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Do You Fancy a Funded Media Internship in Spain?

Seville, Spain

How do you fancy a funded work placement/ internship in Seville, Spain?   You’d be working with a creative company in the area of media, web or design. And you’d be in SPAIN for 13 weeks, learning, soaking up the culture, getting experience, with your accommodation paid. Sounds like a great gig to me!!

 Sound familiar? Well we mentioned this scheme earlier this year and many of the interns who made it onto the scheme had applied as a result of seeing the promotion on this site.  If you didn’t get on that placement then the good news is they are already casting around for the next bunch of interns so check out the details here and apply.

The application deadline is July 19th 2012.  

Here are all the details:

PROJECT MURILLO: INSPIRING CREATIVE COMMUNICATIONS IN ANDALUSIA

Spend 13 weeks in Spain, to undertake a funded work placement with a local company in Seville specialising in media, web, or creative design.  The internship comprises two parts: a media/communications work placement in Seville, and video production for the Virtual School, a global education project, which aims to provide free video-based secondary education for children around the world.

This internship is funded through the EU Leonardo Programme, and applicants must be EU citizens from any participating country except for Spain.  Travel costs, accommodation and a weekly stipend for food will be provided.

Creative industry work placement: You will undertake work placements at companies in the creative sector or a creative project within organisations in other sectors, with mentorship from a professional within the company. You will gain work experience and insight for your own development, as well as marketable skills in media, design and communications.

Design and video production for a global education project: You will also receive training and professional development as a Digital Media Designer (DMD) with Fusion Universal Ltd. You will produce digital media content and videos for the Virtual School project, which aims to provide free video-based education for children around the world.

 

To apply, please contact: bronwen.mcconkey@fusion-universal.com for an application pack.

 

Candidates must:

■    be fluent in the English language and an EU Citizen (not Spain)

■    demonstrate a very high attention to detail

■    have an ability to understand new concepts

■    have a visual mind, enabling them to communicate ideas and concepts clearly

■    demonstrate the conscientiousness to deliver high-quality solutions ‘first time’

■    be flexiblecreative and have a strong desire to develop new skills

■    be passionateadaptable, and willing to contribute (and excited to learn about new cultures and industries!)

 

Desirable skills (though not required):

■    experience making videos, motion graphics, and/or screencasts

■    experience in graphic design, illustration or animation

■    experience in web development and design

■    strong understanding of GCSE level science, maths and ICT, or experience in the education sector

■    Spanish language skills

The programme is open to those in employment, the self-employed and those available for work, including graduates and those who are currently unemployed.

Due to the nature of the placements, participants will be aged 21 or over and must be either UK nationals or nationals of participating EU countries (except Spain) who are employed or undertaking full-time studies in the UK.

And to see their flyer check here: ProjectMurilloFlyer.

 

What are you waiting for – GO FOR IT!!

 

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2 Responses to “Do You Fancy a Funded Media Internship in Spain?”

  1. This. Sounds. AMAZING! Will this opportunity come up again sometime??

    Posted by Fernand | April 24, 2013, 1:15 pm

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