All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Capgemini UK plc employees based on 208 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
3.9/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.2/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.4/5
 
Company Culture:
4.1/5
 
Career Progression:
3.7/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.8/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.7/5
 

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Be yourself, show you can be part of a team and think about what experience you have that matches up with the company values

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Application Advice:

Just be yourself and never be afraid to show that you're willing to go out of your comfort zone to go into a role with very little experience or knowledge in.

Interview Advice:

Just relax and take your time answering questions.

PMO Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Speaking from a graduate perspective; take your time through the application. Make sure this is what you want to do, otherwise it will show in later stages of the application process. Browse the site, you will see what our people are like - is this something you like? Be honest.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and be authentic. Knowledge goes hand in hand with personality. Speak up, but don't overshadow others. Find the right balance and it will come naturally. Relax and enjoy it.

Test Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, get ready to travel a lot, team work is very important

Software Engineer, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Ensure you look at the values of capgemini and relate answers to this.

Capgemini Consulting
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Keep in mind the company values

PMO Lead, Projects and Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be truthful and be yourself. We want to know who you are as a person.

Interview Advice:

Smile!
Make sure you have some examples up your sleeve of teamwork / problem solving/ times of when you have worked under pressure.
Also make sure you have a few questions to ask your interviewer at the end. This could be to do with the work culture or what they like most about their job, or perhaps the training opportunities available.

Business Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Technical background extremely advantageous.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you drive home how passionate you are about technology. Very people orientated company.

Test Analyst, Testing at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Be interested in technology, but you don't need to be a guru.

Make sure you do your research, contact the graduate recruitment team if you are unsure of any specific role.

Interview Advice:

Process has changed since I have joined.

Be collaborative.

Associate Consultant, Business Transformation Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what you're applying for! I didn't realise what "consulting" entailed until I got the job, which involves travelling around the country and occasionally abroad. If you don't want to spend time away from home, this job isn't for you.

Interview Advice:

You're not expected to know anything - my interview was with a load of tecchies and I've never coded a day in my life. The interviewers are more interested in your personality, how you interact with peers and superiors, and how you approach new challenges.

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Although a graduate role, having some work experience is beneficial when trying to answer the situational judgement questions.

Interview Advice:

Be honest about what you are like because there are multiple roles which you could fit into. (Potentially not the one you are interviewing for).

Engagement Manager, Application Outsourcing at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Revise and practice!

Interview Advice:

Relax and be prepared

Graduate Applications Consultant, SAP Applications at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and research the job role and company

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, Capgemini look at who you are more than what you have to give. The 7 core values are something we live and breathe here.

Test Analyst, Test & Release Service at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be willing to travel around the UK.

Interview Advice:

Relax.

Software Engineer, AD&I at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Know what role you want to apply for
Read up about the company
Know what makes you stand out

Interview Advice:

Preparation, read about the company
Practice your technical skills
Create an interesting presentation

Software Engineer, Cyber Security at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

It was one of the easiest application processes I have been through so, no need to panic just be honest.

Interview Advice:

Again just be honest and be yourself and show passion!

Service Analyst, Live Service at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Demonstrating the ability to work remotely with a team is a key aspect to succeeding

Interview Advice:

Be yourself but be concise

Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Spend your time understanding what Capgemini is all about; from the industry, to the CR&S projects they are involved in. The more you know about the company you're applying for, the better you'll be able to explain why you'd be the ideal candidate to work here.

Interview Advice:

At Capgemini you will be heavily involved in teamwork so ensure you display the real you. Your personality is the best way to do this so try to leave the nerves aside and show the assessors how you'd fit in well within the company.

Test Analyst, Test and Release Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Prepare well for the presentation, be personable with answers.

Software Engineer, HMRC – Live Service at Capgemini Consulting
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Application Advice:

Show passion for technology and self development

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. The best company for you is the company that will accept you for who you are. Also, show your passion and don't be afraid to admit to your weaknesses.

SAP Functional Consultant, HMRC Account at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

You have gotten to this stage for a reason, so join in, be friendly and show what you can bring to the team.

Test Analyst, T&RS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Really research the company values and the ways in which it works. Have a look at what differentiates Capgemini from other consultancy/IT companies. Take a look at core values as they really are implemented throughout the company.

Interview Advice:

Arrive on time, at this stage they already know you well enough so what is important is how well you communicate and work with people. The loudest person does not get the job, it's all about how you collaborate. Have your presentation ready, you will be given two weeks prior to have prepared for it. Also question us at the end, most the people in the room are not just recruiters they are consultants with experience.

Functional Consultant, Oracle at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself, do not try to be someone you are not

Applications Consultant, APPS UK – Front Office Solutions at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, show your enthusiasm, be a self starter

Interview Advice:

Relax, be yourself, don't be afraid to challenge people if you think they are wrong

SAP Applications Consultant, UK Apps Development at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

- Research the Company, know who their competitors are, who their customers are, know what they offer. Conduct a SWOT analysis on the company - have some case studies where Capgemini have achieved results working with their clients.
- Research the role; this can be tricky when you have limited information on the website about the role. Read graduate blogs, connect with Capgemini on social media and go along to insight events, make and build connections with Capgemini employees to help you better understand the role.
- Practice psychometric testing to ensure you're giving yourself the best opportunity to succeed at the tests.

Interview Advice:

- The application advice applies here too!
- Be yourself.
- It's a chance to see if the company is right for you, as well as the company assessing if you're right for the role/company.

Junior Delivery Manager, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Try to demonstrate how your previous work experience or studies align with Capgmeini's values.

Interview Advice:

Be bold and put yourself forward but also give others a chance to put their point of view across.

Insights and Data Consultant, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Showcase your talents - don't be afraid to speak highly of yourself and highlight all the great things you have done in work experience/ university

Be concise - you are not writing an essay, keep things somewhat formal and to the point on your application, that will help you get everything down that you need

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - it is such a cliche statement but it is so important, this is the first time you will meet people from the business and you need to gauge if it is right for you, as well as the company assessing your strengths

Prepare - come up with scenarios that you wish to speak about in your interview, and what questions these scenarios will apply to. This will help you stay on track in the interview and make you feel at ease as questions come your way

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Capgemini are looking for candidates who fulfill qualities, not necessarily criteria.

Interview Advice:

Take time to think about what the interviewer is asking from you. Compose yourself and don't be afraid to ask to start again. Interviewers understand that this might be the first time you're in this position and they want to get to know you.

Applications Consultant, Apps One – SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure you read up as much as you can on digital interviews and application. Don't tailor it to the job, just be yourself

Interview Advice:

Always be yourself, passion shines through mostly so you want people to know that.

Situational strengths questions - research.

SAP Consultant (Security), Apps UK at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Read the questions provided carefully (if relevant) and begin by wireframing your answer rather than diving in - since there will probably be a word count it's important to lay out individual headings that address each part of each question, and then put the rest of the text in afterwards.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you research on questions often asked at interviews and create a spreadsheet of "STAR" examples - situation unfolding, task required, action taken, result seen. Do your best to memorise this and you can easily answer questions such as "tell me about a time when you failed to meet expectations" or similar. Have similar examples for relevant hard and soft skills.

Service Delivery Analyst, AMS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Do not be put off it is not as 'technical' as you may think.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and knowledgeable.

Applications Consultant, Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Let your personality come through as skills can be taught but personality can't. Have an understanding of the company's background.

SAP Functional Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

With the application, I would answer any questions in the process honestly, but make sure you sell yourself at the same time. Don't make your answers too concise, but, at the same time, don't make them overly long.

Interview Advice:

The interview is strength-based and these are quite difficult to prepare for. My advice would be to do as much preparation as you feel comfortable with, but don't over prepare as this will mean some questions will likely throw you off guard and you also risk sounding if your answers are pre-prepared which is not what is required.

Software Engineer, Digital Experience at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and let yourself come across on the application.

Interview Advice:

Strengths-based Interviewing - break up strengths into three (competence, tone of voice and frequency of application of strength).

Insights and Data Consultant, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Be genuine. They're not just looking for someone who's book smart, some if not most of the questions they ask about previous experience and how you dealt with adversity. They're trying to get to know you as a person. The company hires graduates from a wide range of degrees, so don't be put off if you haven't studied a computer-based subject (although having some IT skills does help).

SAP Applications Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Be yourself and a team player

Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Personal projects (especially ones relating to skills asked for in the job description) are a great way to flesh out short CVs. They're not looking for everything on the list but you should at least know what everything means and have done research on it.

Interview Advice:

It's an assessment day with a chance to ask both HR and someone in your field questions. There's a 1-2-1 interview and a team assessment as well. The hardest question I was asked was something like "Can you give me an example of a time when you've used enterprise data management tools?" or something similar. I didn't understand what it meant and the interviewer could only explain the question so much (for reference examples of databases, data visualisation or ETL tools were what he was looking for).

Everyone is very nice, they'll give you time to think and don't pressure you.

Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Capgemini is very much focused on the 7 core values. Understand them and how do you think you would demonstrate them through experiences and in scenarios. The application has changed since I joined and is now updated to include a digital interview. My advice is to spend enough time doing your research during each stage of the process.

Interview Advice:

Know your own strengths and weaknesses and ensure you demonstrate your strengths using great examples. Capgemini has an amazing culture with a diverse range of people from different backgrounds so ensure you be yourself and let your personality shine through.

Graduate Engagement Manager, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be Honest

Interview Advice:

Be Yourself

SAP Application Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be honest; people at Capgemini are varied and we look for people who stand out.
Strongly relate your past experiences, challenges and work to technology consultancy.
Write concisely and answer the question fully.

Interview Advice:

Be a good team-player; listen closely to your peers, understand properly what they're saying and make relevant suggestions.
Don't be afraid to be bold; make yourself heard.
Spend time carefully reading Capgemini's offerings, past case-studies, and future aspirations.
Spend time learning about technology, IT and agile ways of working.

Associate Consultant, Business Transformation Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Use examples from your university assignments to show what you've done, what you achieved/created/produced and what skills you gained through the process

Interview Advice:

Take part in the activities, be active in conversation, join in and engage with people including other candidates

Software Engineer, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself in the application, a lot of people make their application great but don't necessarily back it up, always be yourself as this is your very own USP, and always be open don't be afraid to try something new.

Business Development Manager / Reference Manager, Strategy Innovation and Growth at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Have a passion for IT.
Make sure you apply for the role that suits you.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself.

Project Coordinator, Project Management / Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Show your interest in technology
Check punctuation

Interview Advice:

Practice strength based interviews and show that you've taken the initiative to do further research on technology trends.

Junior Service Delivery Manager, Application Management Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

They are looking for you to connect with them on a human level, as well as show your technical expertise.
They say they want to be confident they can put you in front of a client from day 1.

Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Apply! Just go for it, it's a fantastic company to work for, great opportunities and great people.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, and be sure to let your voice be heard.

Business Development Manager, StIG at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Prepare real life examples which you can relate to when asked competency based questions. It is always good to demonstrate how you have acted in similar situations.

Junior Project Manager, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Do some Research , Be prepared, Be yourself.

SAP Applications Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be persistent

Interview Advice:

Be confident and outspoken

PMO Analyst, Business Technology at Capgemini Consulting
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Application Advice:

- Don't rush give yourself the best chance when applying by ensuring you have included all of your experiences.

Interview Advice:

- Be confident and natural
- Ask lots of questions
- Act enthusiastic

Associate Consultant, Business Technology Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

+ Be honest and true to yourself
+ Remain Calm and practice
+ Find out what attracts you to SAP.

Interview Advice:

+ Practice your answers
+ Try to use the S.T.A.R method
+ Do not be disheartened by the word consulting.

SAP Applications Consultant, HMRC at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, research the company well and understand its values.

Interview Advice:

Be confident, modest and show that you can be a team player.

Associate Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, Capgemini look for your personality to ensure you align with the culture here, so don't rely solely on your academic achievements!

Interview Advice:

Be heard, but listen to others. In group tasks, listening to other's opinions and taking them on board is as important if not more important than pitching your own.

SAP Basis Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the company and focus on your strengths

Interview Advice:

Strengths based interview - natural responses

HR Graduate, HR at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Give as much detail as possible and why you should be chosen for the next stage.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself! Show flexibility and adaptability. Have a keen interest in IT and demonstrate a collaborative working attitude.

Software Engineer, Data Acquisition at Capgemini Consulting
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Application Advice:

Read your application at least twice.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.
Research the company and demonstrate that you have in the interview.
Ask relevant questions.
Remember you are being watched so please do not be shy or too quiet.

PMO Analyst, Project Management Office at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Speak very carefully with them about your preferred role to get the most.

Software Engineer, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Put down as much technical competencies as possible

Interview Advice:

Show a real passion for technology

Software Engineer, Insights & Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be open and be you. The company wants people with personalities that will fit into the culture, everything else can be trained!

Interview Advice:

Relax, take a breath and don't be afraid to start again. Interviewers should understand that you are nervous and this is likely to be your first job post university.

Applications Consultant, Apps One – SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself. Articulate your passions and skills well.

Interview Advice:

Enjoy the process. The HR team are very nice. Just be you, be polite, be clear and make sure you get across who you are and what drives you.

Associate Consultant, Apps UK at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Take your time to fill out the written application and submit thoughtful answers. Then, in digital/phone interviews, take your time answering and try to showcase strong communication skills. Be authentic rather than "selling" yourself too hard.

Interview Advice:

Be honest about what motivates you and what you enjoy. Focus on talking about things you are passionate about. Be authentic. Try to showcase communication skills in individual and group activities.

Test Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Show that you are able to handle the difficult situations involved with consulting and client based work exampling your work / education history.

Interview Advice:

Respect other candidates at the assessment centre, do your homework and be confident!

Applications Consultant, Packages at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Capgemini really embraces diversity - be proud of your differences and make your application authentic to you! They appreciate that it's our unique traits which make us successful.

Interview Advice:

As our recruitment process now uses video interviewing - practice, practice, practice! Record yourself on camera and pay attention to your energy levels and body language.

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, know our values and see if they are a right fit for you.

Interview Advice:

Have examples ready for all the great experience you have and make sure your passion comes across when you speak!

PMO Analyst, BTS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Capgemini stand by their values so if you show that you have the same values that will help.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you have a brief understanding of the project lifecycle in technology and some sort of interest in technology that you can speak about, however brief. Be confident but not overpowering and friendly with a personality but not informal.

Business Transformation Consultant, Business Technology Solutions at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Know that you can do an IT role without a technical background.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Applications Consultant, Oracle at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself, this is a great graduate scheme with plenty of opportunity for growth and development.

Interview Advice:

Standard competency based questions and prepare thoroughly for the case studies.

Associate Consultant, Operational Excellence at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

You have to be people orientated - interested in technology - be customer focussed and genuinely want to help and also to improve your company

Interview Advice:

Be bright and shiny and be as friendly as possible.
Ask questions and show an interest in the role.
They ask about how things make you feel e.g. when something didn't go to plan - to gage your emotional response.

Associate Consultant, BTS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Your educational background generally does not matter. What matters is that you show structured and analytical thinking, motivation and drive to succeed.

Associate Consultant, Customer Experience at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

If you are not extremely social or you just prefer to concentrate on actual "work" think twice.

Interview Advice:

Expect a general interview as with most other multinational companies.

, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be honest, talk about your experiences, be dedicated and passionate.

Interview Advice:

Be confident and present yourself well.

Software Engineer, J2EE Team at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the company and understand which part of the business you will be working in.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

1- Be enthusiastic.
2- Work as a positive team member.
3- Show passion.

Interview Advice:

Answer the competency questions using SMART technique. Give examples to back up your answers. Research key IT trends and patterns.

Alliance Graduate, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Use the STAR method when answering competency based questions and make sure your input and involvement is well presented and clear for the interviewer to understand your strengths and weaknesses.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you know something about technology and how it is used today. Having business cases of where Capgemini have worked or succeeded will prove useful and show an eagerness and interest in the company.

As a history graduate, I didn't know much about SAP and felt if I had known more it would have helped me prepare for the interview.

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Show that you are able to think for yourself and solve problems. Need a good understanding of IT, but not necessarily specific programming languages.

Interview Advice:

Provide examples of working in a team, under pressure and that you have good time management skills.

Software Engineer Lead, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research on company values. Be confident and a team player.

Interview Advice:

Trends in technology especially Big Data / Cloud computing.

Oracle Applications Consultant, Oracle DBA at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Speak to someone at the graduate events that Capgemini attend. Take their details and show passion for getting into the industry.

Interview Advice:

Be positive, contribute, proactive. enjoy your time at the AC, involve others and try to help other people who you feel need it.

Project Manager, Projects at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Do your research, have something different.

Interview Advice:

What motivates you?

Associate Consultant, Business Technology at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

In addition to the usual sources of information about working at Capgemini (website, careers fair etc), I would highly recommend reading some of the blogs on the website before applying. The CDC blog in particular is fantastic for learning exactly what you will do as a consultant, the lessons learnt from others on the grad scheme and other hints/tips. It is written by CDCers (grad scheme). The capability teams also have blogs, so it's a great source to get an insight into the type of work the team does and the thought leadership on some of the main topics affecting that team.

Example blogs:
-CDC blog: https://www.uk.capgemini-consulting.com/blog/cdc-blogs
-Consumer Experience blog: https://www.capgemini-consulting.com/blog/customer-experience

Interview Advice:

There is a strong emphasis on teamwork so make sure at the team exercise you assert your opinions without overpowering the rest of the group and take on board other people's opinions.

You will be given a case study to prepare for beforehand and I recommend you take the time to prepare this well. Make sure you can get the main points across in the time allocated for this exercise.

In addition to the case study you will be asked the standard competency questions which you can prepare for.

Associate Consultant, Consumer Experience at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be well prepared for what you're getting into.

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Application Advice:

Do your background research to the company, anything you are given to prepare before learn thoroughly, and finally be yourself. Capgemini are very keen that the recruitment is a two way thing and they want to make sure you will fit the company and enjoy the role so they don't take a set number of people, just who they think is right.

Associate Consultant, Business Model Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Do not copy & paste other applications - they always know.

Interview Advice:

Research the CCUK client base and try to use a variety of personal experiences when answering interview questions.

Associate Consultant, Strategy & Operating Model at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Remember that you choose the company as much as the company chooses you.

Interview Advice:

Prepare examples of where you showed relevant qualities (e.g. team work, leadership for consulting in general, and more specifically for the practice you are applying to).

Associate Consultant, CC at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Use the 7 values and relate your application back to them.

Interview Advice:

Give an example of when you had to persuade someone to change their mind.

Sales Graduate, Sales at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Collaboration is vital, at Capgemini no one is out for themselves we work as a team.

Interview Advice:

Working under pressure.
Adaptable to change?
Working as part of Team?
Experience of trying something new?

Sales Operations Analyst, Business Opertations at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be precise in your answers.

Interview Advice:

Be outgoing and show you can listen an build on answers in the group interview.

PMO Lead, PMO at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Sell YOU. This is a very client facing role and you must be able to show you have people skills. You will be given training so experience in the roll is not necessary, just concentrate on selling yourself as a person who can work well with people, under pressure and in a range of environments.

Interview Advice:

Be professional, but be personal. Show yourself and prove that you can communicate well and build relationships with people. Ask questions too.

Business Analyst, Applications Developement and Integration at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

If you are a person who loves socializing, networking and looking for opportunities, Capgemini is the company for you.

Interview Advice:

Depends on which role you are applying for. For technical roles, be prepared with questions on SDLC, cloud etc. plus Capgemini's values and global reach.

Software Engineer, Business Analaytics at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure you clearly understand how the company rates its employees. This will have a big impact on your success (or not) here, and be aware that other consultancies do things very differently. Top tip, if you don't know what the words 'calibration' and 'internal work' mean, do more research.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Be relaxed. Nobody is trying to catch you out.

Associate Consultant, Business Model Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

#NAME?

Interview Advice:

Prepare and don't be overpowering in conversations.

Applications Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

You don't have to be a technical genius. It is sufficient to be willing to learn and be adaptable. We look for people who have strong people skills and can quickly understand challenges and work collaboratively to resolve them.

Interview Advice:

You have to know why you want to be here. One of the questions I was asked was why I would want to move away from a lucrative role in the finance sector. For me the answer was easy, I wanted to work in a place where the culture would allow me to thrive. Also where I would be encouraged to learn through a multitude of training and development opportunities and I would have the opportunity to work in a variety of roles maintaining a certain level of variety in my work life.

Business Analyst, BTS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be honest and relevant.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, yourself and even if you don't have any IT experience be open about it and to learning about it.

Applications Consultant, Delivery at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure you know what the job entails, be yourself.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and be honest, make sure you know what the job is before your go for the interview and mainly be confident!

Business Analyst, Change Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be aware of the area you want to join, whether it is technical or business focused. Do your research before hand.

Interview Advice:

Strengths, knowledge of IT trends, knowledge of competitors, weaknesses and other work experience.

Consultant, Business Analysis at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for more complex DBMS queries and be ready to adapt to new technologies, software, tools and methods of accomplishing tasks that are in the job description. The learning also does not stop at your degree level; Always keep that in mind, expect so much more training on the Job.

Interview Advice:

Talk about what you have done at Uni, your life and education skills. The positives and negatives you have brought out from it as well as the good ideas and skills that you will bring to the company.

Oracle Applications Consultant, Application Development at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

They are looking for people they can mould into what they want, so don't worry if you know nothing about IT - I didn't!

Interview Advice:

Be a team player and let your best features come out. They love personality.

Project Analyst, Infrastructure at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Proving you are collaborative and truly a team player are key.

Interview Advice:

Technology trends.

Small Proposals and bids manager, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure you can demonstrate our 7 values.

General Management Graduate, Core Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be thorough in your research of the company, honest, confident, and show you are a people person.

Interview Advice:

As a graduate they are more interested in your personality and how well you work with other people. Be confident, a team player in the assessment centres, and make sure you contribute to the tasks given!

Analyst, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the company values.

Interview Advice:

Be bold but not domineering.

Oracle Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Learn about the company's culture and history.

Interview Advice:

Who are our clients? What could you contribute?

Network Engineer, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Online Application: Take your time and be as honest as possible. If you are turned down at this stage it's because you either don't fit the personality profile of the company or because you don't meet the requirements.

Phone Interview: Was very straightforward, took around 30 minutes and had an answer saying I'd passed 2 hours later. Make sure you know about the Systems Development Lifecycle and can talk about things you have done in a given context (situation where you showed leadership, etc..)

Assessment Day: Split into four parts: Written test, Face-to-Face Interview, Role Play, Group Scenario.

Written test is straightforward. Verbal reasoning for Technology stream, Verbal and Numerical reasoning for Manangement Consulting stream.

Face-to-Face interview: Similar advice to the telephone interview. Be yourself and make sure you have examples to show off your personality and roundedness

Role Play (one-on-one): Varies from year to year, you are given the topic in advance for the tech stream and on the day for the management consulting stream. If on tech stream, make sure you prepare thoroughly and bring a 'wow factor'.

Group role play: Don't dominate the conversation, it's tempting to steal the spotlight but they want to see you working together and being 'collaborative'.

Interview Advice:

Be honest, show integrity and collaborative spirit, be passionate about the area of technology that interests you, have an understanding of some of their key projects within the Business Unit you are applying for. If possible through internet research, show them how you want to bring 'value added'.

Oracle Applications Consultant, Oracle Delivery Unit at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to be fully immersed in the role

Interview Advice:

Demonstrate how you can relate to the 7 core values of Capgemini

Applications Consultant, Oracle at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

You must be happy to travel and not work from a fixed location; you will spend the majority of your career moving between clients and projects,

Business Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Know Capgemini's core values and clients and understand Project Management at a basic level

Interview Advice:

Have 2 valid experiences to back up all of the key skills/competencies you are looking to demonstrate

Project Coordinator, Projects & Programmes at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the company well and get someone to proof read it.

Interview Advice:

Preparation is key, research the types of questions that are expected and practise these beforehand in mock interviews.

PMO Analyst, PMO at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself!

Project Analyst, Engagement Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Standard

Interview Advice:

Standard Assessment Centre

Application Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Try and emulate the 7 core values.

Interview Advice:

When have you convinced people to change their mind on something and how did you do it?
Have you implemented any improvements which have increased work productivity?

Consultant, Sales at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Ensure you have an interest in IT and make sure this comes through in your application. Ensure you portray your ability to collaborate and work well in team situations and with clients.

Interview Advice:

Research competency based questions which can be found on Wikijobs and the internet.
Be confident in your answers, show ambition, passion for IT, and give good examples.
Know about what the company does and their recent success stories, e.g. what projects they have worked on and who are their clients.

Cybersecurity Business Analyst, Cybersecurity Sales at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the role not just the company you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Always be confident.

Junior Service Delivery Manager, Infrastructure Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

-Do your research
-Be honest
-Be as detailed as possible with previous experiences - these are picked up on in all interview stages
-Be open to show all the interesting things about you - these are the areas that are of most interest to the employer -

Interview Advice:

-Be prepared to link your specific technical knowledge to real world experiences
-Do projects outside of work as these are things that can benefit you in your interview.
-Be confident but work with the other interviewees. Your relationship with them is

Software Engineer, Buisiness Information Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

You need to be willing to travel and be a self starter. Although there is a lot of support available you will not be spoon-fed so you need to have the drive to find things out for yourself. By doing this you will stand out from the crowd and your practicality will also be rewarded and recognised.

Interview Advice:

Don't try and say the 'right' answer. The strengths questions are designed to also find out whether Capgemini will be the right place for you to enjoy your career and there is no right or wrong answer. It just tried to see what you enjoy and whether it aligns to what the role will ask of you.

Graduate Programme Manager, HR at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

- Do your research! Read up on the competencies Cap are looking for and try to put these into your answers to potential interview questions.
- Show your passion for technology when applying for the role
- Think hard about what you are looking to achiev

Interview Advice:

- Are you happy to work on client sites all over the UK?
- Tell me about a time you have worked in a team?
- Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
- Why do you want to work for Capgemini?
- How would you deal with a difficult client?

Infrastructure Transformation Services Graduate, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Review case study material, be prepared - do background research on company, business unit, roles etc.

Interview Advice:

Was primarily on the business case, with personal competency questions afterwards.

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Prepared to be flexible and try as many different roles as possible. You may think you want be a developer but find you actually enjoy the testing side more once you have experienced it.

Software Engineer, BIM at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Apply early
Be honest
Know the company inside out - what are the full range of services we offer, who are our competitors, what were our financials last year (how is the company performing as a whole), what do you think this role involves day to day
Focus on your achievements and give concrete examples - not just fluffy "we did this and then we achieved this" - great to show you worked as part of a team, but how did YOU actually add value to the team, what did YOU actually do
Personality as as important as qualifications - people being our main asset and it being a genuinely people focused culture, it's as important that you're a good fit personality wise and vice versa as all the skills you might bring. Know our values well (modesty, honesty, fun etc.) as that's exactly the kind of person Capgemini are looking for
Have an idea of your longer term career aspirations
Ideally talk to someone who has done the role in the company (try use your network/get in touch with someone on LinkedIn) - get the most accurate view of what it really is like

Interview Advice:

Much of the same as above
In the group exercise, be careful to achieve a balance between speaking up and voicing your opinion and listening and taking on board others' opinion and not taking over - this is key
Have questions for the interviewer too - try to think up challenging ones as well as just asking the generic qs.
Know your presentation well - e.g. if a case study and you mention a technology in your solution, really know why you've chosen cloud for example. Don't just read from a load of slides, how you present is very important
Be confident and if one area doesn't go well, don't fret, you can compensate for it by doing well in the other areas of the assessment centre - it's all taken into account
Practice for the numerical and verbal, no matter how confident you are in your ability, you're in a pressurised environment on the day so every bit of practice helps
Again, make sure your personality comes through - at the end of the day, you're going to need to be someone they'd like to work with!

General Management Graduate, Core Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, and network

Interview Advice:

Use breaks to interact with other candidates and interviewers networking is an important attribute

Graduate SAP consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be passionate about technology and helping people. You need to be able to learn quickly and work well with others. Make sure you tailor your application to company and show you have done your research - include case studies etc.

Interview Advice:

Be positive and outgoing, but don't dominate the group. Make friends with the other applicants - you may end up working together one day!

Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

What others things have you done outside of university? Don't underestimate how volunteering and internships can impress on an application.

Interview Advice:

Read the case study material in detail, is all the information accurate? Mix research with some analysis. Know Capgemini inside out as well as its competitors, be able to easily answer why you chose Capgemini and your motivations for a career in technology and consulting.

Software Engineer, SAP Analytics at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, and show you're a good team player. If you can demonstrate you are able to effectively communicate with others in your team, then thats a good starting point. You don't necessarily have to have all the skills already there, as they don't expect this and you will get all the training you need. Be prepared to work throughout the UK - you may not end up on a project 5 minutes from home.

Interview Advice:

Again, show your personality. Ask questions and come across as enthusiastic to learn and develop and work hard.

Business Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Research the company thoroughly beforehand - but it is huge and there is a lot to learn, so don't worry if you don't know absolutely everything.

Smile and be yourself in the interview - go in with a positive attitude. Always be prepared!

Internal Communications Co-ordinator, Internal Communications at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Assuming you have the basics under your belt, communicate where you can add value to the company. Do your research!

Interview Advice:

Know your material, communicate with confidence.

SAP Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Make sure your attitude is people-focussed - it's really important to the company that it's employees are collaborative by nature.

Interview Advice:

Team working skills, times when you've taken initiative. And make sure you know who the business are and what they actually do - do your research!

General Management Graduate, General Management Graduate Programme at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

The aplication process is different since i applied, but i would suggest that candidates express their capabilities as much as possible, in relation to the core values of Capgemini.

Interview Advice:

- Be yourself
- Preparation is key

Graduate Network Engineer, Networks at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Capgemini is a great company to join as a graduate with friendly atmosphere and a good level of support from colleagues and senior people

Application Consultant, SAP/SCM at Capgemini UK plc
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Interview Advice:

Be ready to answer competency based questions and have them structured in a Situation Time Action Result format.
Be confident in the group tasks and speak up but make sure you listen and let others have their say, it's all about seeing how you interact with others and work in a team.

Associate Consultant, ITS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be truthful. Capgemini is looking for people who can fit in a team and be a good team player.
If you think your personality aligns to Capgemini 7 values, then go for it.

Interview Advice:

SDLC, Latest technologies, competency based questions.

Software Engineer, SAS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and do research on the latest developments within the tech sector.

Interview Advice:

Why I applied to the role and what skills I can bring with me to Capgemini.

Applications consultant, BTS at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and do your research. What makes Capgemini is the people in the company and if you try to be someone else, it will show. Do some research into the company, this is easy to do and can help a lot with the application process. However if research is not done, this is an easy way to mess it up!

Associate Consultant, Finance Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Research the company heavily before applying, especially to understand better the work that Capgemini does for its clients and also the different clients that Capgemini has, across the group as a whole.

Interview Advice:

Try and show the interviewer that you would be a nice person to work with.

Associate Consultant, Operating Model at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

When you go to the assessment centre try to show your best qualities, but don't go in trying to beat everyone else. Otherwise just relax and treat the process as a series of enjoyable conversations (with some competency questions thrown in).

Interview Advice:

Smile.

Associate Consultant, Operating Model & Performance Improvement at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Know the role and be passionate about the organisation - share their values, also understand that the probability of working 9-5 in one office is very slim!

Interview Advice:

Have examples of experiences which tie in to the organisation's values and have a strong feeling of what the role would entail.

Associate Consultant, Programme and Transformation Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - if the culture is right for you - you will be right for it

Interview Advice:

team skills very important

Consultant, Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be a team player

Associate Consultant, Programme and Transformation Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Maybe the best choice in consulting. The CDC (the capgemini graduate scheme) is very well organised, includes excellent training and the people in the firm are willing to help you on every step of the way.

Associate Consulltant, Finance Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Interview Advice:

Absolutely be yourself - we attract only the best in terms of qualifications, experience and skills so it's essential that your personality is your differentiator

Associate Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the nature of the role and the sorts of projects the company does. Try to find someone with consulting experience to explain the lifestyle and the structure of the work.

Interview Advice:

Competency questions, standard motivation questions (e.g. why do you want to work here?), but also a case study which made you think on your feet. Be open-minded, read the business news, read as much as you can on the company website etc. but don't panic because often there isn't a right answer!

Associate Consultant, Digital Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

I would make sure that you understand what Capgemini Consulting is all about and what makes it unique and tailor your responses to that.

Interview Advice:

Be relaxed and try to demonstrate that you would fit in well with the culture of the company.

Associate Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and let your talents shine through. It's not so much about what you have done, but the skills you have and your willingness to learn and apply your skills to the job.

Interview Advice:

During my assessment centre, I was asked to prepare a case study and give a short presentation with recommendations for a fictitious enterprise. I was also given a short situation to comment on and give further recommendations for, as well as some standard capability-based interview questions. These tend to be very similar across the board, so have some concrete examples ready, and make sure they are real and relate to the question at hand. Finally, I was asked to participate in a group exercise during which we were assessed on team working skills.

Associate Consultant, Programme and Transformation Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Interview Advice:

Be yourself

Associate Consultant, Supply Chain at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Go for it! You never know until you give it a go!

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself and demonstrate those core skills!

Associate Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself

Associate Consultant, CDC – Business Analytics at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be enthusiastic, remeber that one of the Capgemini values is fun!

Associate Consultant, Consultant Development Community (CDC) at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and be collaborative and a good team player in the group exercise.

Associate Consultant, Supply Chain Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and do your research. Capgemini choose a diverse range of employees and so there is no point trying to fit the stereotypical candidate as they won't be looking for that. Doing research on the company before hand is not difficult but could improve your chances massively.

Interview Advice:

Be honest and let your personality show through.

Associate Consultant, Finance Transformation at Capgemini UK plc
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Application Advice:

Think about how Capgemini Consulting is unique to other firms (good examples include: the culture of the CDC, Capgemini's focus on developing capabilities in Digital Transformation, the collaborative style of working etc).

Use strong, varied examples that demonstrate that your communication, innovation and collaboration skills.

Interview Advice:

Use strong, varied examples that demonstrate that your communication, innovation and collaboration skills.

Associate Consultant, CIO Advisory at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great training opportunities, fantastic diversity initiatives

Test Analyst, Capgemini / Sogeti Test and Release Service at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Excellent ethical behaviours, training opportunities and type of work.

PMO Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

I love the people I work with. The working environment and that I can talk to anyone about any work-related issue I might be having - does not always need to be your manager. The flat structure makes this a lot easier.

Worst:

The pay. Considerably lower than their competitors. But does the work and the people make up for that? Well, I'm still here.

Test Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Friendly management team, you can always seek for help, many opportunities to study more.

Worst:

Lots of travelling.

Software Engineer, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Working environment

Worst:

Lack of international opportunities

Capgemini Consulting
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Best:

Company values, diversity

PMO Lead, Projects and Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The people. Everyone is always very supportive and encouraging of what you would like to achieve.

Worst:

It is a big company so does take some time for things to get processed and actioned.

Business Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

People are nice.

Worst:

Salary.

Test Analyst, Testing at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The people.

It's a global company.

Associate Consultant, Business Transformation Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

- Good salaries and progression
- Most people are very supportive of junior team members and are willing to help
- Highly regarded within the field

Worst:

- Nobody outside of the field has ever heard of Capgemini
- Senior colleagues are often overworked and it can be hard to get a moment of their time

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great culture (very inclusive).
Opportunity to move around the business.

Worst:

Lacks the competitive edge.
Doesn't act as one business offering which can come across as confusing to the client.
Salary is not high enough.

Engagement Manager, Application Outsourcing at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Broad range of clients and services.

Worst:

N/a

Graduate Applications Consultant, SAP Applications at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Flexibility
support
progression
learning new things
moving within the company
working abroad and all over the UK

Worst:

None come to mind

Test Analyst, Test & Release Service at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

We work closely as a team.
Great opportunities to get involved and network with others.

Worst:

Facilities aren't modern.

Service Analyst, Live Service at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Decent enough benefits package

Worst:

Not that known compared to competitors

Service Delivery Analyst, Application Management at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Sense of community
Ethics
Flat leadership structure

Worst:

Salary
Project locations

Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Ethical company

Worst:

Large company - lots of competition internally

Software Engineer, HMRC – Live Service at Capgemini Consulting
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Best:

It's amazing culture

Worst:

Can't really think much of a bad thing at the moment

SAP Functional Consultant, HMRC Account at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Lots of exposure to clients and senior team.

Worst:

Travelling long distance, sometimes international too.

Functional Consultant, Oracle at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great people, good progression, really look after graduates, lots of social activities

Worst:

n/a

SAP Applications Consultant, UK Apps Development at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

- Collaborative people.
- New opportunities.

Worst:

- In reality little training budget, first pitched your learning is most important thing. Free training online, but face to face training is limited and pushed back on.

Junior Delivery Manager, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Variety of work.

Worst:

Corporate environment.

Insights and Data Consultant, Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

- Focus on graduates/ apprentices
- Friendliness of colleagues
- Work environment

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Very sociable even though we all work away from each other. It also means you're constantly meeting new people.

Worst:

The distance from your core team - the people you are linked with internally you might never work with.

Applications Consultant, Apps One – SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The people, culture etc.

Worst:

N/A

SAP Consultant (Security), Apps UK at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great ethical reputation and good focus on training and development. Lots of opportunities to be had to take advantage of and further your own career if you are self-driven.

Worst:

Very big and naturally hard to manage - a lot of outdated processes and information available online and can often be extremely difficult to find the right person, process, or policy needed to answer a question or get something done.

Service Delivery Analyst, AMS at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great work/life balance.
Helpful team for graduates.
Ethical, diverse and inclusive company.

Worst:

Training framework needs practice.
Not as technical as one would think.

Applications Consultant, Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Getting involved in initiatives such as Urban Synergy. Being given the opportunity to lead a small project.

Worst:

Potentially being placed in any role even though you have gained sufficient knowledge and skills from your previous one.

SAP Functional Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The best thing is that the people make this company, and that means that they care a lot about you, as how you are feeling really effects you. Flexible working times and good client site expense budget.

Worst:

Not a great benefits and bonus package.

Software Engineer, Digital Experience at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The people! The chance to be part of the greater Capgemini Network and getting involved with events going on around the country.

Worst:

Location (this is more of a personal scenario rather than aimed towards the company).

SAP Applications Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Capgemini markets itself as being collaborative. This means instead of sticking strictly to a contract and heavily fining when it's broken, they give more leeway but expect the same in return. This attitude carries over to the management of their employees.

Worst:

Consulting requires travel and that can be tiring. Try not to waste this time, either by catching up on sleep or finding a way to enjoy one of your hobbies on the train or in a car.

Insights and Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Capgemini overall has been such an incredible place for my development. I have progressed very quickly, with 2 promotions within 2 years being on the graduate programme and I put that down to all the amazing support I have received from incredible professionals within the Organisation.

Capgemini has been fundamental in my growth and confidence all around. I now feel I can go into any role and perform regardless of experience. I believe this confidence is down to the various roles I have performed, ranging from technical and business roles and the incredible mentors I have made. I have 5 mentors with different experiences who I regularly have catch-up sessions with. My mentors ensure I am happy and progressing in alignment with my competencies and objectives.

The work life/balance is amazing backed up with many giving back opportunities and a great graduate community which all graduates meet up during socials. As a giving back example, I have joined an initiative in leading a group of graduates in organising and arranging various events such as careers fair events at my old University which has been such an amazing experience and well recognised within Capgemini.

In summary, Capgemini provides such an amazing platform for anyone determined to succeed with their career choice, backed up by the challenging opportunities, amazing support and networks.

Worst:

No negatives. You just have to be flexible in traveling.

Graduate Engagement Manager, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Ethically sound

Worst:

N/A

SAP Application Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Highly ethical, strong working values.
Encourages a helpful and collaborative working environment.
Capgemini has a desire to nurture everyone so that they achieve success.

Associate Consultant, Business Transformation Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Career progression.
Training and development opportunities.
Support given to graduates.

Worst:

Nothing.

Project Coordinator, Project Management / Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The work culture at Capgemini is extremely friendly.

Worst:

Need to collaborate more with other divisions within the company.

Junior Service Delivery Manager, Application Management Services at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The people
The culture
The opportunities

Worst:

None

Business Development Manager, StIG at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Good career progression & opportunities.
Dynamic working environment.
Focus on supporting graduates and team building.

Worst:

Work-life balance lines are blurry.

Junior Project Manager, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Teamwork Culture

PMO Analyst, Business Technology at Capgemini Consulting
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Best:

Company Culture.
Training Opportunities.
Flexibility.

Worst:

Sometimes lack of process/structure.

Security Analyst, Cybersecurity at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

- Clients
- People
- Culture

Worst:

- Pay

Associate Consultant, Business Technology Consulting at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Flexibility, Work/Life Balance, Work Culture and Colleagues. Good support network and grad community.

Worst:

Uncertainty of project/client and location - requires being okay with change. Not much international opportunity for graduates.

Associate Consultant, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Everyone is so nice
The culture
The work-life balance
The attitude towards graduates and apprentices

Worst:

No transparency around pay bands, utter guess work as to what you're working towards.

SAP Basis Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

People are supportive and willing to teach.

Worst:

Grads are hired to fill the gap and not enough good workers are not being developed.

PMO Analyst, Project Management Office at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Career progression.

Worst:

Non graduate salary far higher.

Software Engineer, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Good training opportunities for my role

Worst:

Some of the essential company training exercises are tedious

Software Engineer, Insights & Data at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Flexibility.

Worst:

A lot of travel.

Applications Consultant, Apps One – SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Good people.
Big clients.
Great base office in London.
International/National opportunities.

Associate Consultant, Apps UK at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Authentic, generous, no bull***t company culture. Opportunities for growth and training. Ability to drive your career at your own pace (you can take on as much responsibility and as many opportunities as you want/can handle, but equally will get a lot of support if and when you need it). The people here are seriously great and I never thought I'd feel like this about a consulting company!

Worst:

Consulting is not for everyone - would not recommend if you don't enjoy travel, flexible working (in my experience Capgemini are willing to be pretty flexible with their employees re: working arrangements, but it's a two way street and you have to be prepared to offer flexibility during "crunch time"), or client facing work.

Test Analyst, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Great commitment and focus to graduates and their value

Applications Consultant, Packages at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Freedom and growth opportunities.

Worst:

Salary.

Software Engineer, at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

They are people focused and genuine

Worst:

I am not a fan of the international differences across the organization with regards to structure, benefits, pay schemes etc... but this is only really noticeable on international projects and Capgemini are currently addressing this.

Applications Consultant, SAP at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Many opportunities to get involved with giving back programmes.
Surrounded by great people

Worst:

Not as social in offices outside on London.

PMO Analyst, BTS at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

The culture, the people and the flat heirachy that allows grads to get involved in all strategic discussions and all ideas are welcome

Worst:

The projects are not usually that interesting and can be quite similar, there are too many public sector projects which means a slow environment sometimes.Lowish wage for a successful consultancy

Business Transformation Consultant, Business Technology Solutions at Capgemini UK plc
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Best:

Culture

Worst:

Salary

Applications Consultant, Oracle at Capgemini UK plc
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