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The New Zealand Broadcasting School internship

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The New Zealand Broadcasting School internship usually leads to a job in the industry NZBS

Students do a 24-week paid internship to finish the degree. The internship leads to a job in 95 percent of cases.

At the New Zealand Broadcasting School, you will complete a paid six-month industry internship as part of your degree.

This internship provides an effective link between theory and practical aspects of working in the media, and in most cases it leads to a full time job.

The New Zealand Broadcasting School has strong relationships with media companies and is able to quickly respond to market demands. Because of this and the high quality of the education provided, media employers seek out our students knowing they are ready to contribute creative energy, ideas and finely honed practical skills from day one.

During your study, a range of industry professionals will share their expertise and experience, and provide insight into the current state of the industry in New Zealand. Industry experts are consulted regularly about programme content, resourcing and delivery.

The paid internship will enable you to operate credibly in a professional media environment, and to reflect on and critique your performance and behaviour in relation to industry standards.

Did we mention, more than 90 percent of internships lead to a full time job?

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