Internship in Radio, Film and Acoustic in New Zealand (individual search)

Duration
min. 8 weeks
Working hours
6-8 hours
Minimum age
from 18 years
Education
depending on the internship

Overview Internship in Radio, Film and Acoustic in New Zealand

Complete an internship in Radio, Film and Acoustic in New Zealand in preparation for your professional career. Our partner organization has the opportunity to search for an internship for you individually.

What would a movie be without the appropriate background music? How should radio stations do without music, effects and sounds? Sound engineers are demanded in TV, radio, music productions and in the film industry. Acoustic engineers also often find a job in cultural institutions like opera or theatres. Who is primarily thrilled by the music industry can also work in a recording studio with various artists. Your task is to ensure that there always is the right sound recorded at the right time. In TV-production you also have to make sure that pictures and sounds match. An acoustic engineer records tunes and effects and mixes them. These tapes are often cut in the end, too.

A good engineer can refine the sounds so that a unique sound quality is given that will enthrall the audience. The profession combines art and technology as a good hearing, creativity, a high level of concentration and a sense of sounds are essential in order to work in the acoustic sector. It is also important to be on the cutting edge of technology and to know the equipment such as mixer console and computer. If you are technologically adept, enjoy all kinds of sounds and want to take up a challenging profession, just have a look to the tasks that the job of an acoustic engineer offers.

Internship abroad service - what's in and what's not in

Services for your internship abroad include the active support in the preparation of your entire stay abroad. The team of our partner organization in each country supports you, wherever you require it:

What’s included:

  • Individual internship placement according your desired branch and time
  • Contractual procedures between the company and the applicant
  • Assisting visa application
  • Information about cheap flights, travel insurances and other important travel documents
  • Orientation on site through a staff member
  • Tips and information about freetime activities
  • Contact person during your stay abroad
  • 24-hour emergency number
  • Regular meetings with all volunteers or interns

Optional additional services:

  • Arrangement of accommodation 
  • Airport transportation with direct transfer to your accommodation
  • Organization of a rental car or scooter

What’s not included:

  • Visa 
  • Flights
  • Insurance
  • Local transport
  • Food and beverage

Your coordinator in New Zealand

Monique is a creative, enthusiastic person with a positive attitude who enjoys a challenge. She has a strong background in hospitality, and a degree in Event Management. Furthermore, she loves to travel, and spent 5 years in the U.K, Ireland, Canada, Australia and Europe. She met her Italian husband in Ireland and they finally returned to New Zealand and now have two beautiful Kiwi/Italian children! As an agent for SGA, she always does her best to find internships for the students that they are going to really enjoy. Having spent time overseas, she knows how important it is to feel happy in a foreign country and so she always tries to support them, however she can while they are there.

Learn more about Monique !