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Apply to be a PASS Mentor or Organiser

PASS is a subject-based mentoring scheme, run for first-year undergraduates by higher-year undergraduates which is very well recognised by employers and other universities

PASS Mentors posing for a social media picture

Students who work on the Peer Assisted Study Support (PASS) programme gain extensive experience in organisation, team management, publicity and most of all clear and tailored communication. This is also a fantastic opportunity to make a positive impact on a new students’ first year experience. 


PASS Mentors are voluntary positions open to students commencing their 2nd and 3rd year undergraduate studies. Whilst the position is voluntary, a £40 bursary is available annually for those who complete training and undertake the required number of sessions. This role gives great exposure to teamwork, communication and organisational skills. 


PASS Student Organisers is a paid position and is also open to students commencing 2nd and 3rd years undergraduate studies. This position requires further commitment and gives great exposure to team leadership and organisational skills.   

How to apply:

The PASS programme is now recruiting for next year's cohort of Mentors (voluntary) and Organisers (paid). Further information on the scheme can be found on our website.

When you are ready to apply as a Mentor, you can fill out the PASS Mentor application form. 

Further down the page, you can find the PASS Student Organiser application form

Or alternatively, please do get in touch with the PASS Coordinator, Fathea Khanum on with any questions you may have. 

We look forward to welcoming you on to the PASS Team. 




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