Student Ambassador Awards 2017

One of the ways we seek to make our Open Days welcoming is through the help of our Student Ambassadors. There are around 200 of these, and they take turns to guide students and family through Open Days and Applicant Days; they go into Schools and Colleges; deliver workshops at Staffs Uni and answer your questions from their direct experience.

This is only the second year we’ve run the awards.

The event was a collaboration between Paul Donnelly and Laura Knight and Jamie Leese

We had canapes and prosecco before going into one of our most up to date lecture theatres for the presentation. 


There were twelve section awards given out for different aspects of the ambassador contribution. Bertha Eke more than demonstrated why she won the prize for Enthusiasm, and as someone who has more than once arrived at events to find a ‘crisis’ in progress, I was tickled by Klaudia Szatkowska’s Make the Best of a Bad Job Award.

Award                                                 Winner

Residential Ambassador Award                Sam Pillow

Post 16 Ambassador Award                     Lucy Beaman & Satty Kaur

Best Newcomer                                     Carly Twigg

Ambassador Enthusiasm Award               Bertha Eke

Open Day Ambassador Award                  Jess Prince

Best Communicator Award                     Marlone Judith



Making the best of a bad job award           Klaudia Szatkowska

UCAS Exhibitions Ambassador               Lauren Welsh

Great Minds Bus Tour Ambassador           Arpan Bedi

Services to Admissions & Enrolment       Gitana Duka & Julie-Anne Slevin

Social Media Award                               Sam Pillow   

Above and Beyond Award                       Elli Sarvari



The final award of the evening, to the Ambassador of the year, went to Jess Prince.

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About Farah Mendlesohn

The School of Law, Policing and Forensics at Staffordshire University offers the LLB, MA and LLM; degrees in Policing and Criminal Investigation, Sociology, Criminology and Terrorism and Forensic Science and Investigation. With over fifty staff members we have expertise in rape testing, prevention and prosecution, ballistic testing, fibre analysis, soil analysis, family law and employment law among others. We offer BA and BSc, MSci and MScs along with a Masters by Applied Research in a range of areas including forensic archaeology. @StaffsUniLPF @StaffsFACS_Dept @StaffsUniLaw

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