By Ella Hicks Realising that you will soon have to enrol into a class like ‘Work Integrated Learning 1’ and acquire an internship in a professional practice… Read more “Getting Prepared for QUT Internship Courses”
These are a few of the skills and benefits that I have learned from my personal internship experience within the start-up industry. Asking questions Industry supervisors have… Read more “A Start-Up Internship”
I am an international student from China studying a Media and Communications degree in an Australian University. As it’s my last year of study I thought gaining… Read more “How To: for International Students, Seeking an Internship Abroad”
From brainstorming sessions, client meetings, to working on entire campaigns, your first internship is your first step towards a career in your field. I’ve sat down with Philippa Noble, a final year communications student at QUT who has just started at her first internship to find out about her experience on the job.
Phillips Group is one of the most well known names in the Brisbane public relations scene. The firm prides itself on delivering world class communication strategies to their range of diverse clients from various industries.
Imagine being on a film set. The harsh lights shining down. Two-stories of scaffolding being set up in front of your eyes to emulate a building. Breathing in the same air as your favourite movie star as she gets her glam done. Sounds like an absolute dream, doesn’t it?
Industry experience is incredibly valuable making the playing field for obtaining an internship equally competitive. Inexperienced students can become wrapped up in the process and stumble into many pitfalls. These are some of the common mistakes that media and communication students make when looking and applying for those highly sought after work experience opportunities. Do the opposite, and that coveted internship will be yours in no time!
In today’s competitive media and communication industry, it is becoming increasingly important for undergraduate students to obtain industry experience. Work experience or internships in your chosen career field provide you with the best chance for securing an undergraduate position; high academic results are no longer enough.
A trend currently occurring amongst university students is completing work experience whilst studying abroad on a student exchange or simply whilst travelling overseas. But is an overseas internship a feasible venture?
Interviews can be a tremendously nerve-racking experience, especially for those students who are about to graduate or have recently graduated. With the majority of us having little to no experience in the realm of interviews, I have compiled a list with simple Do’s and Don’ts when it comes to interviews.
Undertaking an internship at Nova taught me about the different divisions and roles that you can perform when working for radio. Each media organisation has a very… Read more “Working For Nova 106.9”