The FT is proud to offer internships offering an insight into the world of journalism.
Internships will be as varied as the news agenda, but we are looking for people who can be flexible enough to research and write their own stories in consultation with editors, assist senior correspondents with reporting, help with curation and take on digital projects that augment our coverage.
Placements up to three months are offered to graduates on the following desks, click to apply:
Other internships on offer include:
Three month placement on FT Weekend Magazine in partnership with Creative Access offers experience in magazine journalism for graduates.
Applications for the 2019 New York summer internship are now closed.
The Audience Engagement internship is for students or graduates with a proven interest in social media engagement and digital journalism. Knowledge of business, economics and financial markets is an advantage. Please apply via the FT's job portal.
The New York Audio internship, aimed at students and graduates with an interest in multimedia journalism and some experience in podcast production. Please apply via the FT’s jobs portal.
All applicants must be eligible to work in the UK or from our New York Office in the USA.
Covering letter (stating availability and preferred areas of interest)
Samples of writing in English (ideally journalistic)
For video we also require an awareness of media management systems and the ability to work with PC, Mac, Adobe and Final Cut Pro
Most of all we are looking for an enthusiasm for journalism and a genuine interest in the FT and our core subjects of business, economics, current affairs or arts and culture.
All London internships are paid at the London Living Wage.
The FT is committed to equality of opportunity. We are determined to create a diverse group at all levels of our company – and we welcome all members of the community we serve to apply for openings and internships with us.
Editorial offer a number of internships and competitive awards, with small bursaries, for aspiring journalists.