Media and Broadcasting

To intern abroad is now widely regarded as one of the most effective ways to build your career and gain practical experience in your preferred industry sector. For many, finding a valuable internship in one's home country can be extremely difficult. China is now one of the most important and fastest growing economies in the world. Companies globally are looking to engage with China, and value employees with work experience in China exceedingly. With a practical and hands-on internship, you will immerse yourself in the Chinese culture in a professional business environment and acquire new industry-specific skills, which will provide you an edge in finding your dream career. 

 

Internships Include

  • Airport Pick up and Send Off
  • Visa Application Assistance
  • Mandarin Classes
  • Medical Advice
  • Famous Sites
  • Lunches
  • Certificate
  • Accomodation
  • Doesn't Include

Start Dates

Our programmes run throughout the year allowing to complete an internship in China, which aligns with your availability and university terms. Our internship programmes range from one to three months, starting in April, June and August. 

Prices

Depending how long you choose to go for depends hows much your internship will cost, due to living costs.

1 Month £2099

2 Months £2899

3 Months £3699

The internship programmes take place at Hunan Television in Changsha, China Guangxi Television in Nanning, ZheJiang Television in Hangzhou and Heilongjiang Television Station in Harbin.

 

Available Internships
 
  • Animator

    Animators bring drawings or computer generated characters to life on screen. If you want to use your imagination, and have creative skills like drawing or modelling, this job could be perfect for you....

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  • Broadcast Engineer

    Broadcast engineers work in television, radio and podcasts to make sure that programmes are broadcast at the right times. They also make sure that programmes are of the highest quality. To do this...

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  • Broadcast Presenter

    A broadcast presenter is the public face, or voice, of programmes broadcast on television, radio and the internet. They work on a variety of platforms including: National, regional, satellite and...

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  • Graphic Designer

    A graphic designer works on a variety of products and activities, such as websites, advertising, books, magazines, posters, computer games, product packaging, exhibitions and displays, corporate...

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  • Lighting Technician

    Lighting technicians set up and operate lighting equipment in television and film. They work across all types of programmes and may cover productions inside studios or outside on location.   Work...

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  • Location Manager

    Location managers are responsible for making all the practical arrangements for locations used for film, television or photographic shoots outside the studio. Productions are made in a range of...

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  • Multimedia Programmer

    A multimedia programmer works with different multimedia features such as, text, sound, graphics, digital photography, 2D/3D modelling, animation and video to create products such as websites or...

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  • Multimedia Specialist

    Multimedia specialists combine creative flair and technical skills to design information and communication technology (ICT) based products that entertain, educate or inform the user.    Work...

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  • Press Photographer

    Press photographers take photographs to record news, current events and lifestyle stories. They aim to capture the best images which document an event, tell a story or convey a message and support...

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  • Producer

    Producers play an integral role in the television, film and video industries. A producer will oversee each project from conception to completion and may also be involved in the marketing and...

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  • Programme Researcher

    A programme researcher provides support to the producer and production team.     Work Responsibilities   The variety and type of work carried out by a researcher depends on individual producers and the...

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  • Sound Technician

    Sound technicians are required to assemble, operate and maintain the technical equipment used to record, amplify, enhance, mix or reproduce sound. They identify the sound requirements for a given...

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  • Television Camera Operator

    A television camera operator works with digital, electronic and film cameras and produces required shots by combining the use of complex technology with creative visual skills. They usually work...

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  • Television Floor Manager

    Television floor managers make sure that sets, props and technical equipment are safe, ready to use and in the right position prior to filming. They have a liaising and coordinating role, acting as the...

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  • Television Production Coordinator

    A television production coordinator is responsible for the administration, organisation and secretarial work involved in producing a television programme. You may work on different kinds of...

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  • Video / Film Editor

    As a film or video editor, you'll be responsible for assembling recorded raw material into a finished product that's suitable for broadcasting. The material may include camera footage, dialogue, sound...

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