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Warner Music UK Internship Programme 2017

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11:30 AM | 25 January 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Do you want to be a part of one of the biggest music companies in the world? There are over 10 new internships up for grabs this summer.

Do you want to be a part of one of the biggest music companies in the world?

Warner Music UK is looking for over 10 new interns to join their various marketing, TV, production and promotion teams for 12 months. You can only apply for these roles here on FutureRising - you won’t find them anywhere else.

You may have finished college, graduated from university or be looking for placement year - Warner Music UK are open to people from all backgrounds.

They are looking for talented people with a passion for music, a desire to learn and a creative eye. If you think this might be you, take a look at our jobs section.

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