Internship Programme

Felicity Blunt

People do go out of their way to be helpful in setting you up in the industry.
Felicity Blunt, literary agent

Jean Hannah

I established the roots of a professional network that has been incredibly valuable.
Jean Hannah Edelstein, author

Jessica Coleman

I've gained a huge amount of valuable experience in all aspects of the film and TV industries.
Jessica Coleman, agents' assistant

Everyone starts somewhere - could you start here?

Media and publishing are amongst the most popular career choices for graduates, yet often these industries can seem like a closed shop for those who don't already have experience or contacts.

We offer bright and energetic first-timers an opportunity to discover what agencies are all about. Our internship programme gives graduates an introduction to the world of agenting in our Books, Theatre Film and Television, Presenters and Actors departments.

The internships last for 12 weeks and you will work with agents and their assistants to gain hands-on experience of literary and talent agenting, publishing and the media. You should have good administrative skills and genuine enthusiasm for and interest in the industry.

You also get paid £236 per week, payable in arrears on the last working day of each month, directly into your bank account. In return, we ask that you work from 9.30 to 5.30 (with an hour for lunch) and that you commit to stay here for the full 12 weeks.

Finally, you must also be either a British citizen or have a valid work permit, and you must be a graduate or currently studying as an undergraduate. Unfortunately, we are unable to help interns with work permits, and we can't help you with finding accommodation. You will need to make your own arrangements to live in the Greater London area during your placement.

Ready to apply?

Complete the application form (see bottom right of this page) and email it, along with your CV and covering letter, to jobs@curtisbrown.co.uk.

Good luck!

Availability

Books Department To start w/c 3 November 2014, closing date for applications Monday 13th October. Please apply to jobs@curtisbrown.co.uk

Translation Rights Department Currently on hold.

Theatre, Film & TV Department Currently on hold.

Actors Department Currently on hold.

Presenters Department Currently on hold.

How to apply

Download and complete the application form and email it, along with your CV and covering letter, to the relevant email address specified.

Good luck!

Download the Application (DOC 42 KB)