The Internship scheme are inviting applications for internship placements who will work during part of the period between October 2022 to April 2023.
Many music department graduates have benefitted from internship opportunities arranged by the Department during their studies. They were able to serve as interns in dynamic music /arts orgaizations and got to know first-hand the work of music practitioners (often in line with their career aspirations). Not only have they learned practical skills and broadened their outlook through the internships, their CV is also enriched by this experience. Internship expereince are treasured by most employers and often serves as one of the recruitment considerations.
In 2022/23, we are pleased that seven organizations are offering internship placements to CUHK music undergraduates. The nature of work are very diverse, including performance, school music education and arts administration. An honorarium or allowance is offered for some intern placements. The Music Department Internship Programme 2022/23 involves the following organizations:
- Hong Kong Gaudeamus Dunhuang Ensemble
- Music Children Foundation
- Ponte Orchestra and 澳門青年交響樂團
- Rhapso Arts Management Limited
- St. Paul’s Co-educational Primary School
- Wah Yan College, Kowloon
- Yat Po Singers
Details concerning the nature and time commitment of each intern placement can be found here: PDF
All full-time Music students are welcome to apply. Interested students please state your preference for internship positions, time availability and send a copy of your CV, together with a Statement of Purpose* (approx. 150 words) as well as a copy of your CUHK academic record to Rianna Leung via email@example.com on or before 16th September 2022.
Applicants may be invited to an interview. Successful applicants are required to sign an Agreement of Commitment. Selected student interns are asked to share their internship progress with their Internship Advisor and submit a short report upon completion of the internship. Feedback and evaluation from co-organizers will also be collected and reported to the Board of Studies.
*Applicants can indicate in their Statement of Purpose:
- Why s/he is interested in the position?
- What experience or skill set does s/he have for the position?
- What other qualities s/he has, that could have made the applicant a good candidate for the position?