Journalism work experience gained abroad is a unique and fun way to give your CV that ‘edge’ to secure your perfect graduate role. Programs can focus on print, digital or audio journalism and can offer the candidate the opportunity to substantially enhance their portfolio of work. Some journal-ism work experience programs also offer the opportunity to get involved in some marketing, advertising and PR work, diversifying your work experience and increasing the pool in which to successfully get a job.
Some tasks asked of participants include researching, proof-reading, editing, selecting appropriate stock images, taking original photographs, reporting, writing, interviewing and more. Volunteers will work alongside local journalists and gain a real life insight into all aspects of business and journalism. Participants may also have the chance to have their worked critiqued by some of the best in the business, offering constructive criticism that is second to none to help better future articles and journalistic pieces.
Taking part in journalism work experience abroad is a great way to complement any degree or schooling that specialises in broadcasting, writing, photography, reporting and more. Check out our product listings for the best product to suit your needs.
Live in the a research camp based deep in the rainforest and gain valuable professional travel journalism experience and references.
Do you have a passion for human rights, sharing knowledge and news and promoting discussion? Join us on our law, media or journalism internships and become part of the change for good.
On this project you will work closely with the other staff reporters and will be involved in the intricate day to day running of a newspaper or various magazines on the beautiful island Suva
Do you want to intern in the journalism sector in Madrid, Spain? Do you have journalistic skills and want to put them to good use for a leading publication? Apply Today!
An internship abroad is a great way to experience a new culture, expand your horizons, improve your job prospects and to do something you love in an exotic new country.