Pearson Internship Programme, Intern - Financial Times
Are you a budding journalist looking to kick start your career in news media?
Would you like to be a part of a programme that offers you a paid internship at one of the world’s top news organisations?
Then you are in the right place!
We’re currently looking for a journalism intern to work at the Financial Times as part of the Pearson Internship Programme (PIP UK).
The Pearson Internship Programme is a positive action programme for recent UK graduates and final year students from visible ethnic minority backgrounds. The programme is run under the Equality Act 2010 (UK). Please note international students are not eligible for the internship programme.
Minimum of 2:1 – all disciplines accepted.
About PIP UK
The Pearson Internship Programme (PIP UK) is a paid, project based internship which provides final year students and recent graduates with a real insight into the world of learning. It has been set up to address the under representation of racial and ethnic diversity within our UK businesses. The programme is run under The Equality Act 2010 (UK).
We are offering a competitive internship allowance of £1389.93 gross per month; a generous holiday allowance and a full training and development programme.
The programme runs for 3 months, from Monday 30th September to Friday 20th December 2013.
About the FT
The Financial Times is the one of the world’s leading business news and information organisations. Founded in 1888; the FT has continued to evolve and innovate, becoming global and pioneering new digital business models and delivery. The iconic newspaper and dynamic website are thriving mainly due to its thought-provoking editorial and international presence. There are several imprints under the FT group which explore not only developed markets, but also the emerging markets across the world. Delivering engaging stories is at the heart of everything we do and we are looking for a talented and aspiring journalist to join us for the duration of the internship.
For more information on this programme and details of how to apply visit http://pipuk.pearson.com
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Friday 26th July 2013.