Become a University Representative

Inspiring the next generation to engage with Asia

Who are we?

The Asia Scotland Institute is a non-profit organisation which exists to promote a greater understanding of Asia through the sharing of knowledge. We run regular events with global leaders from across Asia, with the aim of stimulating curiosity and fostering an environment to promote the exchange of knowledge.

What are University Representatives?

Student Ambassadors are a point of contact for distributing information from the Asia Scotland  Institute to university departments. They build relations with clubs and societies within your  university, share details of Asia Scotland Institute events through social media platforms, and take  part in quarterly meetings to discuss the direction of the Institute and suggest events that may be  of interest to other students. 

Why Become a Representative?

The Institute has a small network of voluntary student ambassadors spread across several Scottish  Universities that assist the Asia Scotland Institute in promoting events and providing input on  topics they would like to see covered. 

We hold ‘Fire Side Chats’ with students meeting privately with our guest speakers prior to our  events, a great opportunity to meet global leaders ranging from CEO’s of global companies, from  heads of state to renowned economists and successful authors. 

In return for assisting in promoting the events of the Institute, we help put student ambassadors in contact with individuals in our network that may be of benefit to them in their future career. 

How do I become a University Representatives?

If you are interested in becoming a student ambassador, please fill out the form with your CV, or email Andrew Brotherston/ Alex Humphreys

Once we have received your details, we will review them and schedule a call to discuss the role of an ambassador further. 

We look forward to hearing from you!