UPDATE: Thank you all so much for such brilliant applications! We have now closed any further applications and selected our shortlist. Such was the volume of entries we cannot respond directly to everybody. If you haven’t been contacted yet, I’m afraid you haven’t made our shortlist. The standard of entries has been so high we now have a huge headache in selecting one #OzAmbassador for 2018.
For 60 years, the name of our game has been helping Irish people ‘conquer’ foreign lands with our wit, charm, and adventurousness. It’s our mission to get to all four corners of the globe with our growing army of Travel Ambassadors and this time we’re going for the long haul…
We are looking to send one lucky adventurer on a one-year Working Holiday Visa to Australia, complete with your flights to Perth, Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane thanks to our airline partner Etihad. What’s more, we’ll even put you up in a plush hotel in the UAE’s stunning capital city, Abu Dhabi for an unforgettable couple of days among the dunes!
So, how do I apply to become USIT’s #OzAmbassador? It could not be easier. We want a social media addict who wants to grow their channels and show us why Australia is the coolest country in the world! To enter…
- Show us your creative side on social! Tag us using #OzAmbassador across Instagram, Facebook and Twitter showing us your photography flair, your on-camera style or your brilliant blogging.
- Encourage your network to share your entry as this will impact on our three-person shortlist
- Meet our team here in USIT for a chat about your adventure
- Cross your fingers!
In order to qualify as a candidate, applicants must be aged between 18-30 and ready to begin their Australian adventure before May 2018. Entries close on the 24th of October 2017.
Want to see what you’re up against? Each entry will be viewable on our Australian Working Holiday page where you can also vote for your friends, for yourself or for someone else!
Our search for the perfect #OzAmbassador is being sponsored by our Airline partners Etihad Airways, flying thousands of Irish to far-flung destinations since 2007.