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Internship, nkoda


nkoda has launched a brand new internship scheme, giving ambitious, energetic graduates the opportunity to gain experience in one of the music industry’s most dynamic and fastest-growing startups. Interns will provide general support to the nkoda team for one month, with the potential to take up a permanent role upon completion.

About nkoda

At nkoda, we’re building something that hasn’t been built before. We’re a place committed to bringing music learning, practice and performance to everyone in the world. If you want to challenge yourself, work hard and make sacrifices to realize that goal, we might be the place for you.

nkoda is a sheet music app containing the world’s largest resource of scores, parts and educational materials from every genre. Fresh from a major collaboration with Apple’s App Store and with endorsements from Sir Simon Rattle and Joyce DiDonato, nkoda is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic startups in Europe.

The Role

nkoda’s internship gives you the opportunity to get involved in every aspect of our dynamic startup.

In practice, this will involve:

  • Devising creative ways to ensure nkoda is heard in the digital landscape

  • Identifying and reaching out to players within multiple industries to build relationships

  • Drafting and proofing materials to be sent to external stakeholders

  • Pitching ideas and angles for new and existing projects and contributing to nkoda’s creative process

  • Providing administrative support to the wider team

Skills and experience


  • A passion for music and a desire to learn as much as possible about nkoda and the space in which it sits

  • A willingness to get stuck in and make a meaningful contribution to the team

  • The ability to take initiative and pitch new angles and ideas for projects


  • Ability to read sheet music.

Salary: £1,384 fixed sum

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter to

Please note: if you have not heard from us within 10 working days, please assume that on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.

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