University of Canterbury student Brigham Riwai-Couch spent two weeks in South Korea earlier this year learning about the country's creative sector and immersing himself in the local culture.
Having never set foot outside of New Zealand, finding herself in the bustling streets of Seoul was an eye-opening and exhilarating experience for CJ Cultural Foundation intern Libby McKinnel.
A love of K-Pop and a desire to learn more about Korean culture meant an internship with Korean entertainment company CJ Cultural Foundation was the perfect fit for Vic Uni student Holly Tudehope.
As s a fifth-year student majoring in law and music, the opportunity to intern at South Korean entertainment company CJ Cultural Foundation felt like the perfect fit for Auckland Uni's Karen Hu.
Intern Kate Falloon says her online internship with Korean entertainment company CJ Cultural Foundation provided her with invaluable insights into Korean culture and a desire to return there to study.
A young New Zealand filmmaker will gain cultural and industry insights when he heads to South Korea thanks to a new partnership between the Foundation and the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC).
Benjamin Brooking reflects on his three-week internship in Seoul learning about South Korea's burgeoning film industry.
Kate Small says she threw herself into the internship experience and didn’t “use the foreigner card” to excuse herself from fully participating in work life.
This is a unique opportunity for a New Zealand student or recent graduate majoring in business, marketing, media and communications, music, or film to gain valuable industry experience.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation is looking for students and recent graduates to undertake online and domestic internships with global Asian companies and New Zealand organisations with an Asia focus.
Eighteen New Zealand tertiary students and recent graduates will experience how business is done in Asia while undertaking domestic, online and in-country internships this summer.