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The BBC is a big place where people with loads of different skills come together to make and support brilliant content. This is your chance to join us for a short time to learn about what we do and help you decide what you want to do in the future.
We have 4 application windows each year and each one will last 2 weeks. When the application window opens, you will only be able to apply to one Work Experience category - TV, Radio, Online or Business and Support. There is no separate category for online work, but all of categories offer placements that have a strong interactive element.
When you choose your category and fill in your online application, we’ll ask you some questions about what interests you and where in the UK you want to be based. If you are successful, we’ll do our best to match you to a placement that’s right for you.
Every Work Experience placement is different, but they’re all designed to give you the opportunity to make the most of your time with us. When you arrive, your Placement Manager will want to find out more about you and what you want to get out of your time with us. They’ll try to get you involved in the things that interest you most.
Remember that Work Experience is unpaid but it’s a learning experience and not a job.
First you need to choose your category. Click on the links below to get full details of each one, find out how the application process works and how to apply online. Remember, you can only apply to one category, so make sure you’ve read everything carefully before you apply.
Please be aware that we receive a lot of applications for Work Experience and we can’t offer a placement to everyone. If you’re not successful this time, you can apply during the next application window.
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