Regent's student chosen for internship with international art publication

Lillie Moller, a postgraduate student on the MA Media & Digital Communications, recently completed an internship with The Art Newspaper. She was selected for the exclusive opportunity late last year. Lillie, who is keen to work in the art sector in the future, felt the opportunity was a valuable next step in her career.

Lille Moller

She said: 'I was fortunate to engage in a three-week project with The Art Newspaper, during which I liaised with major US art institutions to gather their 2023 attendance figures. 

These statistics played a crucial role in The Art Newspaper’s collection of the top 200 most visited art museums worldwide for their 2023 Catalogue. 

This effort provided me with valuable opportunities to establish connections within a prominent art publication and museums and helped to refine my proficiency in Excel and email correspondence.'

The Art Newspaper is a global publication renowned in the art world. Its news and events coverage is fed by a network of more than 50 correspondents working in more than 30 countries, with editorial offices in Paris, Istanbul, Moscow and Shanghai.

Study Media & Digital Communications at Regent's

This internship is an example of one of the many industry-focused, real-world experiences available to you if you study on our MA Media & Digital Communications course.

From global organisations to new start-ups, studying in London offers opportunities to engage with all aspects of the creative arena – gaining valuable work experience and meeting influential industry contacts.

As a student on the course, you'll have direct access to creative networks, events, workshops and industry speakers, both on campus and in the city centre – exposing you to new insights and career options. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to work on live briefs with real clients looking for ideas and talent.

The course also includes an immersive residential experience. 

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