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We are website and print magazine written by and for university students in the UK.
ITV, as an integrated producer broadcaster, creates, owns and distributes high-quality content on multiple platforms globally.
Do you have a passion for business, journalism, production, or technology and want to start your career with the BBC? We'll have an apprenticeship scheme to suit you.
From the tv documentary that you’ve got playing in the background right now, to the app that you used to order a taxi home with last night - it’s hard to live in the western world and not somehow benefit from the creations of people working in the media industry, every single day. If that intrigues to you, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the media sector offers a huge variety of roles to young professionals and with great career progression opportunities too.
Have you discovered that you’re naturally inquisitive? Do you have a natural talent for writing and talking? Is meeting new people something you enjoy doing in your everyday life? Are you creative? Do you have a gift for getting those arty shots on your camera or find friends always telling you how entertaining your homemade videos are? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then perhaps the world of media is your calling.
The media industry makes sure to keep its working professionals on their toes. This is because the industry is constantly evolving in order to keep up with the amount and changing ways that people now consume and rely on media. This, in turn, has opened up a larger variety of ways that young people to forge their own route into the industry, such as by managing their own social media account or blog.
Alternatively, school leavers can take a more established route and pursue your first job in an existing media or publishing company. Here you’ll get access to mentors and resources.