Support & Guidance
- 1. Please give an overview of your role and what this involves on a day-to-day basis.
- 2. Have you learnt any new skills, or developed your existing skills?
- How would you rate the training provided during your experience?
- How would you rate your development of industry-specific skills during the experience?
- How would you rate your development of personal / soft skills during the experience?
- Please rate how these skills have helped you in your career development
- 3. Were you given much responsibility during your placement / internship?
- Please rate how meaningful the work you were doing was
- 4. How much support and guidance did you receive during your placement / internship?
- How would you rate the support and guidance from your line manager?
- How would you rate the support and guidance from the wider team?
- 5. What was the company culture and general atmosphere like?
- How would you rate the inclusiveness of the culture?
- How would you rate the social opportunities?
- How would you rate the diversity initiatives?
- How would you rate the charity, sustainability and corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives?
- 6. To what extent did you enjoy your placement / internship?
- Please rate your level of enjoyment on your placement / internship
- Please rate how your experience met your expectations
- Please rate the future employment prospects at NBCUniversal
- 7. Would you recommend NBCUniversal to a friend?
- 8. What advice would you give to others applying to NBCUniversal
If working in development my responsibilities include writing script reports, setting up rooms for meetings, attending meetings, writing spreadsheets and logging information tasks given by my line manager. At CNBC NEWS depending on the department I was mostly just watching the show and helping mix sound and cue Broll, when working with the features department I would transcribe interviews, write distribution and subtitle scripts.
Yes! So many new skills, but the most valuable is definitely working in a professional office environment and building a relationship with your team.
I would say yes because although the work they were giving me might not have been urgent or for people really high up I still felt respected to do the work they asked me.
Support & Guidance
As much as I asked for, I know that in order to get as much out of it as you want you need to be really proactive about asking for guidance etc and whenever I did, my team was very happy to help
Working Title was a bit intimidating and exciting, full of amazing opportunities and great people but the overall culture felt a bit money focused, CNBC was great everyone was really team driven as everyone was working really early and everyone supported each other, Carnival has a lovely culture- everyone is really nice and it's more of a relaxed environment.
I LOVED IT! I couldn't think of anything better, this has been absolutely perfect for me and I am so grateful for this opportunity and I have learnt SO much.
The only advice I would give would be to tell them to go for it and be passionate
Placement Year (10 Months+)