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Hej där!

Jag går mitt sista år på gymnasiet, och det är nu dags för oss att söka inför vår sista praktikperiod. Denna sträcker sig över fem veckor, och kommer att infalla nu i vår. Anledningen till att jag är ute i tid är att jag har förstått att det är svårt att få praktik inom musikbranschen under en sådan kort period, speciellt när man är så ung som jag är (18 år).

Under min praktik vill jag jobba aktivt vid produktion, PR och management på ett skivbolag/studio.

Min första fråga är rätt och slätt: Har ni några allmäna tips? Var söker jag?

Jag undrar även om det finns någon som har gått music & event management programmet i Hultsfred. Funderar nämligen på att gå detta, men jag skulle vilja ha lite mer information av någon som faktiskt har gått där.

Ha det gott!

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