Fujitsu Graduate Reviews

Employer: Fujitsu
4.2
4.2/5 average employee rating (as reviewed by 130 people)

All of the below job reviews are anonymously written by graduates working at Fujitsu to provide you with a unique insight into working there.

9.3
4.7/5
Date added: 14th March 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Everyone is so welcoming. The grad scheme is great as I rotate every 6 months, gaining a variety of knowledge of my account and experiencing many areas. There are numerous opportunities to get involved with projects outside of your day job. I am currently working on a global project alongside my day to day role as my manager is very flexible.Sometimes you can work long hours but the flexibility of the company allows you to take back time on other days.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Service delivery manager
Team:
Business performance
Voted Useful by 10 People
8.5
4.3/5
Date added: 29th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Autonomy, Customer Facing, Regular Performance and Pay Reviews, Mentoring, Support from Senior Colleagues, No London weighting on salary.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Service Delivery Manager
Team:
Financial Services
Voted Useful by 6 People
10
5/5
Date added: 29th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
The culture at Fujitsu is really great. In a Finance based role you are provided with support and adequate study leave. Furthermore at Fujitsu if you really want to achieve something and are dedicated then the business will support you 100%.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Finance
Voted Useful by 5 People
10
5/5
Date added: 19th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Fujitsu is a fantastic working environment which allows you to fully develop into a working professional especially after graduating from University. One of the aspects which I found really pleasing is the fact that senior management and leadership staff are easily accessible and always make time for you. In Scotland (Edinburgh) the Head of Programmes Director operates from his desk in the same open space and environment as a Graduate which shows that networking opportunities are always available at Fujitsu. Great exposure in day-to-day project management activities. As a Project Manager I have been able to delegate with various colleagues within the service desk, engineers, architects, programme directors and finance. All of these actions help to develop individually and to mould into a future qualified project manager.I strongly believe the graduate scheme at Fujitsu is one of the best structured schemes on the market as training modules and networking opportunities are clearly structured for the full two years. With that in mind the majority of Graduate learning modules are based in London which requires travelling back and forward from Scotland. However, with that in mind - all expenses (flights/hotels/evening meals) are fully reimbursed and overall it is always nice to travel to London and to reconnect with all my graduate colleagues! As a Business graduate it can be difficult to fully engage with "tech talk" between the architects and design/build stages of the project plan. However, an understanding of the requirements of the project itself is more important to grasp as opposed to engaging in all the "tech talk".
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Project Manager
Voted Useful by 8 People
8.7
4.4/5
Date added: 16th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Inclusive nature of the company and flat organisational structure mean that involvement and opportunities to work with senior management for projects and rotations as well as for mentoring and coaching is a key feature of the Graduate Scheme. Lack of rotations in some functions. This is dependent on the scheme you apply for.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Commercial Graduate
Team:
Commercial
Voted Useful by 3 People
9.6
4.8/5
Date added: 15th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Fujitsu invest in people and are eager to provide training areas applicable to both your day to day job and organisational management.New joining process could be a little smoother.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Cyber Security Analyst
Team:
Cyber Security
Voted Useful by 9 People
9.4
4.7/5
Date added: 15th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Great networking capabilities and colleagues who are willing to always help you. Opportunity to travel and work across the UK and internationally.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Project Manager
Team:
Application
Voted Useful by 3 People
7.9
4/5
Date added: 08th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
Autonomy, volunteering opportunities, access to senior leaders, career progression, personal developmentBureaucracy.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Service Delivery Manager
Voted Useful by 7 People
8.1
4.1/5
Date added: 08th February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
There is a huge atmosphere of support and education for those new to the business and/or area in which you are working. The job has a formal progression process with mandatory trainings throughout the year, however outside of this you are flexible to learn and progress your career in your own way and time - allowing you to design your career as you wish.Because of the above flexibility it can sometimes feel as if there is no structure to your role, there is also sometimes a disconnect between what you feel you should be doing and what people within the team believe you are doing. There is a tendency to underestimate the ability of the graduates within a team, however this can be rectified by asking for more work/responsibility.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Job Title::
Service Delivery Management Graduate
Team:
Network and Telecomms
Voted Useful by 6 People
8.1
4.1/5
Date added: 02nd February 2016 by Anonymous
What are the best and worst things about your company?
- Fujitsu has a friendly and innovative culture and the people they employee reflects this. - The graduate scheme is very structured and you have a lot of people willing to support you and your career development. - We have appraisals every 6 months, where if you hit your objectives you get a pay rise. - Lots of responsibility if you can prove your worth and gain trust from your co-workers. - There are lots of training opportunities within Fujitsu, however not that many are sales focused. - The solutions and services that we sell are very complex, it takes a while to get your head around all the offerings.
What do you actually do on a day-to-day basis?
Employer:
Career Sector: IT Support & Telecoms
Career: IT Sales
Job Title::
Sales and Business Development Graduate
Team:
Manufacturing, Utilities and Services
Voted Useful by 7 People