Ambassador Application

In order to verify your eligibility as an official IAAC ambassador, please fill out the ambassador application form below. After you applied, the IAAC coordinators will review your application and contact you. Please make sure to enter all information correctly. The blue boxes give you important information and further details while filling out the form.

Thank you! Important: Please contact us if you do not receive a response within seven days (also check your spam folder)! As soon as you are accepted you can log into your ambassador profile online. Make sure to check this page in the coming days. Your name will appear as soon as you are approved:

There was an error with your application! This could have one of the following reasons:
  • Your files were too big. Please compress the files!
  • To your email already exists an application.
  • The connection timed out. Please make sure to have a working internet connection.
  • There was an error with your name. Only English characters are allowed. Do not use non-English characters (for example symbols from Hindi, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, etc.) to avoid issues.
Please try again! If you are still facing problems, please follow these steps: (1) Try a different browser, try a different computer or laptop, or try to compress your file. Make sure that you have a good and working internet connection. (2) If nothing works, please contact us.
The ambassador application period for this year's competition is over. Thank you.

Full Name

IMPORTANT: Make sure to write your full name (forename and surname) correctly. This name will be used for the ambassador certificate! Only English characters are allowed: A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z. Do not use non-English characters (for exmaple symbols from Hindi, Arabic, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, etc.) to avoid misspelling.


Information: We will send you all important information to this email address. Make sure to check the spam folder to receive emails from *!

Date of Birth

Information: You have to be at least 14 years old to become an ambassador.


City or Region

Information: Please select the country and city in which you are currently living.

Name of School or Institute

Information: Please enter the school or institute you are currently affiliated with.

Picture of You

Information: This picture will be used for your personal ambassador page and for public relations work. Please make sure to upload a professional and high quality picture!

Application Letter

Information: Please upload a short motivation letter (max. one page) that explains your reasons and your plans for becoming IAAC ambssador: Which activities would you do as IAAC ambassador? How can you inspire students for astronomy and encourage students to participate in IAAC? Please upload your letter in PDF format or convert your file to PDF here: iLovePdf Convert

Curriculum Vitae (CV)

Information: Please upload your most recent CV in PDF format or convert your file to PDF here: iLovePdf Convert

Transcript / Degrees

Information: Please upload your latest transcript (letter of reference, school results, university results) and/or the offical education degrees you achieved (for example A-Levels, O-Levels, Bachelor, Master, etc.).

Additional Certificate (optional)

Information: Please upload any additional certificates you want us to take into consideration.

Short Personal Introduction and/or Biography

IMPORTANT: This field allows you to write a short personal description, introduction, and/or biography. This has no impact on your application! However, this text will be displayed publicly on your personal ambassador page for other students to read (in case your application is successful). Please write between 50 to 200 words.

Password (for Ambassador Login)

Information: Your password has be at least eight characters long! You will need your password to log into the ambassador interface: Ambassador Login

I agree to the Rules and Data Policy of the IAAC 2019.