Duties and Responsibilities
Within Student Support and Wellbeing, the UCL Study Abroad Team is responsible for the delivery of a programme of opportunities for students to gain global experience as part of their UCL studies. The team work to promote global student mobility across the institution, providing a range of services for students considering, preparing for, or undertaking, an international placement.
The role will manage the teams portfolio of short term and virtual mobility opportunities. This includes (but is not limited to) internally managed schemes, the promotion of external opportunities and the management of bursaries that support short-term global opportunities. It also includes promoting and delivering a tailored preparation programme which meets the needs of students on these programmes and working with students and departments to deliver short term and virtual mobility and support students while on placement.
This successful applicant will have knowledge of issues relating to study abroad, international student mobility and short-term mobility. Applicants will have relevant employment within a customer focused environment within HE and the ability to liaise effectively with a wide range of students and outside agencies and institutional partners, as well as internal staff at all levels. You will be committed to providing a responsible, responsive and helpful service.
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19 Feb 2022
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