Music Industry Internships


Music Industry Internships was launched to achieve one ambitious goal - To deliver dynamic music industry internships to students and graduates searching for the opportunity of a lifetime.

Since our launch, we have been fortunate enough to have built a great team dedicated to delivering that goal, and worked with some of the worlds best known labels, studios, venues, festival organisers, and artist management agencies.

We are extremely proud of our achievements and awards to date, but also conscious that this is just the beginning.

To ensure that we deliver our goals, everyone at Music Industry Internships agrees to follow the 6 guiding principles that together make up our identity and ethos. Only by striving to meet each of these 6 guiding principles though our daily


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Yes, I recommend this program

New York, New York!

Interning in New York was a great experience for so many reasons - professional and socially. I was able to meet other people, share experiences, live like the locals in New York, and live my passion in the studio.

Before I went I knew the time would go very fast and each day I tried to see and do something different to really max my experience, and enjoy the time. My housing was with friends and not in the hostel, giving me a lot of freedom and ability to set my own time outside of the internship and weekends.

Music Industry helped me with all the planning before I traveled, but my social activities I planned myself, which I prefer.

Overall i’m very satisfied of this experience and i’d suggest it to everybody to try once, and follow your dreams!

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
ok top ten - statue of liverty - empire state building - Yankee stadium - electric lady studios -pizza slices - the hudson - 40/40 club time square - the highline bridge - central parc - little italy - village vanguard!
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So this my review for June internship in London, England

My experience in London was very very interesting. London is a big city, and lots of things go on each day. When I arrived, I went to my housing, and prepared my clothes for the start. On the first night I traveled around Notting Hill to see the area, and meet my friend who live in London. In my housing food was given each night and also breakfast too.
My first day, I tried to arrive early to work to meet Roger, and took the metro, taking almost 20 minutes. I worked each day, and most of my time was in the studio recording and engineering, mixing and also setting the studio for the sessions with Roger or Tom. The studio was big and the desk and equipment very nice.. The console is 48 fader gemini. they have dynaudio monitoring and avid protools hdx3. In total, I worked with 18 sessions, learning a lot of new tekniques, and how a big studio must operate. Studio work was fun, and good to learn. Roger is great engineer, he passed my lots of tips and skill to use in future. The weekend was for me. I visit the Museum of Natural History, Hyde Park, Palaces, Soho, Covent Garden, Camdentown, Kings Road, Abbey Road Studio, and shopping in Oxford Street. On Sunday I do my language course for 5 hours. I like my time in London very much. The Music Industry Internship is very good. I like to try again next year.

What was the most surprising thing you saw or did?
My amazing moment is to help for sessions with the singer Jorja Smith, and the rapstar Skepta.


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