Tutor

Are you a current Medical, Oxford or Cambridge student or graduate? Are you keen to help enthusiastic 16-18 year old's with their UCAS application? Would you like to earn over £150 a day and tutoring opportunities around your studies? Would you like to earn volunteering hours and training opportunities?

What are you going to do

We have a large variety of events and opportunities that you can be a part of!

For example, we run many different types of events in Schools – a really effective way of delivering our services. We also have a series of public events based in London, and finally we help students one-on-one with interviews and admissions tests. Our events mostly run from June through to December; the busiest time is usually September to November when students are working their hardest on their university applications.

Our events focus on improving performance in key areas, such as their Personal Statement, Admissions Test preparation and Interview preparation. We use an individually-designed combination of talks, small group seminars and one-on-one tuition to deliver the best service possible.

Many of our clients require additional private tuition sessions and our dedicated team of tutors don't just make their students work, they inspire them to work. As a one-on-one tutor you can utilise your spare time and experience by helping students gain valuable knowledge either face-to-face or via Skype.

We also offer tutors the opportunity to get involved in expanding the UniAdmissions resources, as well as becoming a UniAdmissions Ambassador and competing against each other for coveted prizes, like tickets to a May Ball!

Finally, we also offer our tutors the opportunity to volunteer and support students from disadvantaged backgrounds in their applications, and reward our tutors for their volunteering hours. To help develop your tutoring skills, we offer tutor training and webinars- we think it's important to support our tutors in developing skills for life after university!

What we offer:

  • Competitive Pay
  • Training
  • Volunteering Opportunities
  • Resource Development Opportunities
  • Prizes

What we ask:

  • You should be registered as a university student at Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, UCL or King's College
  • Approachable
  • Enjoy teaching your subject?
  • Current student or graduate

Extra information

Education Level
University
Location
Other
Working hours per week
1 - 40
Type of Contract
Casual / Part Time Jobs
Salary indication
Between £150.00 and £1,050.00 per week
Responsible for
Tutoring Students
Published at
15-03-2019
Type of Job
Teaching / Instructors / Guides
Full UK/EU driving license preferred
No
Car Preferred
No
Must be eligible to work in the EU
No
Cover Letter Required
No
Languages
English

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