StudyPerth is seeking 10 international students to become the next International Student Ambassadors for Perth. Share stories about why Perth is the best place to live, learn and launch your career, and help to advocate on behalf of StudyPerth and Perth’s international student community.

What You’ll Receive

Over $2,000 worth of professional development workshops

$650 Australian Institute of Management WA voucher to attend workshops of your choice

Australian Institute of Management WA membership valued at $75

Corporate photo shoot valued at $100 (hair and makeup included)

Opportunity to develop your social and professional network

About You

You love living and studying in Perth and want to share your experience with the wider community

You’re comfortable writing and speaking in English (fluent language skills aren’t essential)

You’re creative, outgoing and love telling stories and sharing with others

You’re comfortable with answering questions from a range of people – in person and via social media


Be 18 years or older

Be an international student at a CRICOS registered education institution

Studying for at least a six month period between July 2019 to November 2020

Commit to the program for the entire 18-month duration (until November 2020)

Commit to attend an induction workshop on the 6th of August 2019

Commit to approximately six hours per month for this program (including attendance at events and workshops, participation in activities and social media responsibilities and meet ups)

Own a smartphone


Photography skills (ability to capture good quality images)

Interest in developing public speaking

Good social media presence

If this sounds like you, click here to read more about the Ambassador role

Hurry! Applications close Friday 28th of June. 

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  • (a) Tell us about something you often do in your everyday life (b) Compare life in Perth to your hometown (c) Describe what you’re expecting from your time in Perth and why (d) Family are on their way for a visit, where in Perth will you take them and why?