All of the below information comes directly from job reviews written by Fujitsu employees based on 145 reviews.
 
 
Responsibility:
3.6/5
 
Work Life Balance:
4/5
 
Environmental Awareness:
4.3/5
 
Compensation & Benefits:
3.7/5
 
Company Culture:
3.8/5
 
Career Progression:
3.8/5
 
Colleagues:
4.2/5
 
Training:
3.7/5
 
Enjoyment:
3.9/5
 
Overall Rating:
3.8/5
 

As well as being nominated as one of the Top 100 companies for Graduates to work with the JobCrowd, we’re also number one for IT Support and Telecoms careers and Environmental & Ethical Awareness.  

At Fujitsu, our unique approach to innovation is centred on people. We are a global ICT company that works with customers on every continent, in every industry. Together, we are empowering people to build a better, more connected society. We are supporting customers on their journey to digital. From increasing efficiency and profitability; through improving customer engagement and enabling new business models; we help them to realise their digital ambitions, and respond effectively to increasing demands from their business, their customers and the market. 

We respect people regardless of their background, ensuring equal opportunities for everyone. We aim to create an environment where everyone can be themselves and feel able to contribute for the success of the Company. If you are talented, enthusiastic, and keen to make a difference – you can succeed in our organisation.

Careers

Business Consultancy, Digital, Analytics, Commercial, Finance, Marketing, Sales, Software and Solution Developers, Business Management, Project Management, IT and Technology Architects, IT Operations and Security, HR, Sales & Technology Development, IT and Technology Testing and Procurement.


Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: DTS Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Very flexible working arrangements providing the customers needs are being met. Work life balance is very important and Fujitsu let you flex around other commitments providing you are delivering what you said you would, when you said you would.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Digital Technology Services Job Title: Project Manager (Graduate)

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great colleagues, tonnes of opportunity for development, fantastic pension, diverse range of projects and accounts, positive work environment, supportive supervisors, work flexibility.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: HI&NTS Job Title: Solutions Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

- Lots of freedom straight away as well as guided training
- Can get involved with lots of extra activities
- Very flexible (with working hours and with where you work)
- Feel like you're helping the team

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Network Architecture Job Title: System Graduate

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Good opportunity to learn about areas you want to work in, supportive managment and a constant push to drive yourself.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Offerings Strategy Job Title: Software and Solutions Developer

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Handed large development project to run from the start including technical development and project deployment.

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms Department: DTS Job Title: Project Manager

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Right from the start I was given responsibility. My manager was happy to let me find my own way of working, guiding and coaching me along the way. Flexible working helps me maintain a work life balance.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Facilities Job Title: Facilities assistant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I get to travel to different sites and learn what they do
The amount of courses on offer for you to apply for
How I get to help with large events which is a confidence booster

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Industry: Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Business Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Flexibility
Can contribute to major companies
Good salary

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Consulting and Professional Services Job Title: Business Consultant

What are the best and worst things about your job?

Great work-life balance and flexible working opportunities. I feel like I really manage my own time, and that good delivery is more important than being in the office 9-5, 5 days a week.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Industry Consulting Job Title: Graduate - Business Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Job Title: Graduate Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Service as a Solution Job Title: Graduate - Engagement Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Job Title: Graduate - Software and Solutions Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Application Solutions Job Title: Graduate - Software Developer

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Strategic Consulting Job Title: Graduate - Business Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Account Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: Hybrid IT Job Title: Solutions Developer Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: N&T Job Title: Graduate Project Management

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Marketing Job Title: Marketing Executive

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Procurement Department: IT Hardware Job Title: Procurement Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Job Title: Graduate Business Consulting

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, Software & IT Development Department: SaaS Cloud IT Job Title: Project Management

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Offerings Job Title: Offerings Manager

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Digital Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Department: IT Process Automation Job Title: IT Operations and Cybersecurity Graduate

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Consulting Job Title: Graduate Business Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Department: Consulting Practice Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: IT Development & Consulting, IT Consulting Department: Strategic Consulting Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Systems Job Title: Graduate HR Advisor

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Job Title: HR Graduate

Industry: Consulting, Management Consulting (Strategy) Department: Digital Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Business performance Job Title: Service delivery manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Finance

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Financial Services Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Application Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Cyber Security Job Title: Cyber Security Analyst

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Department: Network and Telecomms Job Title: Service Delivery Management Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Manufacturing, Utilities and Services Job Title: Sales and Business Development Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting Job Title: Technical Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Solutions & Software Development Job Title: Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Arts & Media, Advertising Administration

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Systems Analyst Department: Industrial Placement Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Document Processing Solutions Job Title: Service Delivery Graduate

Industry: Accountancy & Insurance, Accountancy Department: Cost Accounting Job Title: Cost Accountant, Finance Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Rail Job Title: Project Manager

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Applications Transformation Job Title: Software & Solutions Development Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Managed Infrastructure Services Job Title: Gradate Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Job Title: Graduate Trainee

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Department: Managed Infrastructure Services Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Commercial & Legal Job Title: Commercial Graduate

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Department: Learning and Development Job Title: HR Advisor

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Engineering Services Job Title: Graduate Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Client Engagement Job Title: Graduate Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Defence Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Department: Project Support Job Title: HR Advisor

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting Department: Oracle CRM Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Defence & National Security Job Title: Project Management Graduate Trainee

Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Graduate Rotations Job Title: Marketing Executive- Internal Communication

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Department: HR Projects Job Title: HR Advisor

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Department: HR Job Title: HR Advisor

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Service Delivery Job Title: Graduate Trainee

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Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Department: Rotational within Marketing Job Title: Marketing Executive

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Industry: Arts & Media, Marketing Executive Job Title: Marketing Executive- Internal Communication

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Scottish Accounts Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Service Delivery Job Title: Service Delivery Manager

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Design & User Interface Department: D&NS Job Title: Infrastructure Systems Architect

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Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Projects Job Title: HR Advisor

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: Defence and National Security Job Title: Graduate Software and Solutions Developer

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Testing Department: Live System Testing Job Title: Project Tester

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, Software & IT Development Department: AMO Software & Solutions Development Job Title: Technical Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting Department: SII Team Job Title: Technical Graduate

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting Department: Managed Infrastructure Services Job Title: Service Design & Implementation

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Defence Job Title: Sales Executive

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Infrastructure & Networks Department: Governance Job Title: Operations Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Innovation Solutions Job Title: CSA Graduate

Department: Product Management Job Title: Product Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Business Analyst Department: Business Operations Job Title: Business Services Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Public Sector Job Title: Sales Gradute

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Consulting Department: Central Government Job Title: Business Consultant

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Department: HR Systems Job Title: HR Advisor

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Business Analyst Department: Finance Job Title: Management Accountant

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Rotational Graduate Scheme Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Graduate

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Account Management Job Title: Service Delivery Management

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Department: Public Sector Sales Job Title: Public Sector Sales Graduate Trainee

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Business Analyst Department: Commercial Job Title: Commercial Executive

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Security Department: Network Security Job Title: Graduate Trainee

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Graduate Project Manager

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Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Department: Project Management Job Title: Project Leader

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: Engineering and Manufacturing, Business Analyst Department: Technical Job Title: Graduate

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), Human Resources Graduate Scheme Job Title: Human Resource Advisor

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Job Title: Bid Manager

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Project Management Job Title: Project Co-Ordinator

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Sales Job Title: Sales

Industry: Support Services (Including Recruitment), HR Advisor Job Title: HR Advisor

Industry: IT Support & Telecoms, IT Design & User Interface Job Title: Solutions Architect

Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Finance

What are the best and worst things about your job?

I am given the opportunity to study along side gaining on the job experience. There are also a number of people in the office who have completed their studies and therefore can help if I need it.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The opportunities! There are opportunities everywhere, if you want to take them. Fujitsu is very focused on allowing its employees (apprentices especially) to learn and progress as far as they can within the business. If you want to learn more about a subject, ask around and you should find someone willing to help you out.

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Industry: IT Development & Consulting Department: Defence

What are the best and worst things about your job?

The flexibility I'm offered to help me with my work study balance.
Also, enjoying software development is a major benefit.

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Application Advice:

Engage with current grads in the role you are applying for to get a better understanding of the job before you apply.

Interview Advice:

Video interview - be yourself and bring some energy when you record your answer.

Project Manager, DTS at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Apply early, be your friendly and genuine self, take time to do yourself justice, emphasise your unique selling points, and don't be perturbed by initial testing phases.

Interview Advice:

Don't be dismayed if other applicants at the assessment centre are from a more technical/IT background - especially in the Project Management field Fujitsu are really seeking candidates with strong communication, are able to organise effectively, have good time management, are self motivated, and are willing to learn.

Project Manager (Graduate), Digital Technology Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

There are people involved in the scheme from a number of different backgrounds, so don't be put off if you think you're degree "isn't relevant", as you'll get enough job training to perform your role!

Solutions Developer, HI&NTS at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Read up on Fujitsu, understand the core values and know about the technical side of the role if you're applying for a technical role

Interview Advice:

know about SCRUM method, understand the company and its ethical views.

System Graduate, Network Architecture at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

I cold called staff via linked in to ask questions and get a feel for the company. Do your homework and try to understand the variety of offerings by the company. No we don't make cameras!

Interview Advice:

Understand the competencies outlined in the job description and get some relatable examples to discuss. Laying things out in the STAR format helps you fully explain yourself.

Project Manager, DTS at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be sure you understand there will be ample opportunity to train yourself through various courses, but it can sometimes not be busy so expect some good and bad days.

Interview Advice:

Be calm and friendly as the team are exactly that so they'll be looking for a nice person, keep questions short as some answers you get will be too long to remember.

Facilities Assistant, Facilities at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

If applying for consulting remember that it is very people orientated, so don't be afraid to show off your personality. We deal with clients on a daily basis so as long as you can show that you're friendly and charismatic then you stand a good chance.

Interview Advice:

A lot of team building and critical thinking exercises. The final interview asked self reflective questions like 'what are the downsides of being a consultant' and questions that focused around current affairs eg. 'What impact do you think Brexit will have on consulting?'

Business Consultant, Consulting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Pay attention to spelling and grammar.

Use the STAR (Situation, Task, Action, Result) methodology when answering video interview questions. Use recent experiences as examples where ever you can - even if they didn't happen in work, an account of how you dealt with a situation while travelling or in uni will be more effective than talking about being a prefect in junior school.

Answer the question asked, not the one you wanted to hear or prepared for.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for some questions on current affairs - for example, in my 2017 interview I was asked how I thought Brexit might impact Fujitsu's business, as they'd just transitioned to a Europe-wide organisation rather than individual country organisations.

Remember that 'winning' any group task is not the goal - what they're looking at is how you interact with other people. Shouting over anyone won't make a good impression.

Prepare an interesting fact about yourself to share!

Be yourself and relax - if you force a good fit, a few months down the line it might not work any more.

Business Consultant, Consulting and Professional Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the company, it's background, potential new clients, vision and objectives and new research and development.

Graduate – Business Consultant, Industry Consulting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Tailor your CV to the role you will be applying for at Fujitsu. Plan out some potential answers for your interviews beforehand and do your research about the organisation.

Interview Advice:

Keep your answers concise - make sure you talk about what you did (avoid "we") in a specific scenario, how your actions yielded a favourable result and how that applies to the job you're applying for. You will mostly be asked competency-based questions so think of a few scenarios that could relate to a number of competencies (e.g. dealing with difficult situations, giving and receiving feedback, working to a tight deadline, etc).

Graduate Consultant, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Know your stuff. Come prepared with examples to back up every claim you make.

Graduate – Engagement Manager, Service as a Solution at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be confident in interviews and focus on your experience so far, using examples of real projects/team work you have participated in.

Interview Advice:

Always ask what the company can offer to you, like why should you take a job at Fujitsu?

Graduate – Software and Solutions Developer, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Get a wide range of skills.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Graduate – Software Developer, Application Solutions at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Describe problems/challenges you've faced in the workplace/wherever and describe what you did to resolve them in detail - and mention what you would do differently if faced with the issue again. Showing you learn from mistakes and change your thinking demonstrates a desire to improve, willingness to self-critique and critical analysis skills - all pretty important

Interview Advice:

The focus is on working well with a team, solving problems innovatively, and demonstrating some level of financial competency/business awareness, so bear these things in mind - research won't help massively.

Do plenty of research into the history, ethos and guiding principles of Fujitsu and mention them when appropriate. In particular they love to hear about 'Lean' thinking so do some research into its principles.

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be confident, don't be scared to give an opinion. Don't sit quietly in the corner and watch other people contribute.

Interview Advice:

Prepare with good examples of previous environments you've been in but don't be too robotic and scripted, if you are friendly and get to know the interviewer they are probably going to help you more by prompting you and helping to jog your memory of things you've done. If you haven't had previous experience of something then be honest and be keen to learn. They can teach you the skills and seem to mostly be looking for personalities rather than the finished article with all the skillsets.

Graduate – Business Consultant, Strategic Consulting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Try not to worry too much about the video interview - everyone finds it a challenging experience.

Interview Advice:

In the interview I was asked 'what would your friends say is bad about you', which caught me slightly off guard.

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Don't worry too much about the video interview! It's not as scary as it looks!

Interview Advice:

The hardest question I was asked was to think of three areas in which I was in need of development.

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Don't be worried about not knowing what role/job area you want to go into.

Interview Advice:

Describe an example of how you've managed a budget.
Describe an example of how you've changed a process for the better.

Solutions Developer Graduate, Hybrid IT at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Go for it! Research the company and the different graduate roles to find the right role for you.

Interview Advice:

Attention to detail and preparation is everything in the interview process.

Graduate Project Management, N&T at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself and make sure you are completely prepared with lots of real life examples for the interview and assessment day. For instance Q: When have you shown leadership in a working environment? Make sure you have a real life example as your answer. Be confident even if you don't know the answer, they don't expect you to know everything. Good luck!

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Do your research on the company-They DO NOT make cameras! Try and identify what skills each question is looking for you to evidence and make sure you highlight this clearly in your response. Set the scene clearly- explain the situation you were in at the time, what the problem was, how you went about resolving it and what skills allowed you to overcome the issue. Then provide a summary of what you've said and what you did.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself-get your personality across as much as you can. You can always be taught a role, or the skills needed to succeed, but the most important thing is showing that you are willing to learn and are determined to succeed. Fujitsu look for Graduates who are team players and are easy to get on with, so try and get this across as much as possible.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Focus on how IT affects everyday people, as opposed to the details of the technology.

Interview Advice:

Similar to application advice.

Business Consultant, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be sure you're clear on the role before you apply - I thought it would include more maths than it actually does. It also includes a lot of contractual work.

This is a great job if you like talking/meeting with new people and dealing with external clients so be prepared to be constantly on the phone to internal clients and also external suppliers - there's no time to be shy. In your application highlight your communication skills - this is key in this role.

Interview Advice:

In this role one of your main roles is communicating with suppliers/fellow employees so be confident in your interview and show you are comfortable when meeting new people.

Really know the company you are applying to, and show you are passionate about the industry they are in - I was told this was one of the main reasons I was given the job because I had a lot of knowledge of Fujitsu.

Prepare lots of examples you can use for all the standard interview questions, e.g. teamwork, problem solving etc. There's nothing worse than having no answer to a question.

Procurement Manager, IT Hardware at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure you practice the tests and prepare for the video interviews and assessment centres. Uses specific techniques like S.T.A.R and do your research on the role you are applying for, and any recent business the company has done, in relation to that area.

Interview Advice:

Just keep calm and be prepared, also be yourself, they are looking for someone who they feel fits into their company and who they can build into a future leader.

Graduate Business Consulting, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

On the assessment day, stay calm, be yourself and have fun. Don't forget that the other candidates are in the same position as you so are just as anxious and nervous. Get to the assessment centre with plenty of time to spare as this can really calm your nerves and also gives you an opportunity to talk to the other candidates. (Who one day you may be working with!)

On the day of the assessment centre, don't fixate on things you think you did badly on. The point of an assessment centre is to push you and see how you perform under pressure. There's a range of activities that you'll be asked to complete on the day so if you feel you've done bad on one exercise, you have room to compensate yourself on another task.

Interview Advice:

Fujitsu value these competencies so make sure you have examples of when you have demonstrated these as this could come up in the interview. Have a variety of examples that include previous work experience/ University experience/ general hobbies etc.

-Leadership
-Passion for results
-Delivering customer value
-Driving Innovation

At the end of your interview, you may have an opportunity to ask the interviewer questions so make sure you have a few prepared to ask them.

Project Management, SaaS Cloud IT at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, and prepare well. Know what the role will entail, know what the company does and who its competitors are.

Offerings Manager, Offerings at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Fujitsu hire good candidates, not necessarily those who have extensive knowledge on the company. Make sure you have multiple examples to show off you skills.

Interview Advice:

You will have an online application, online tests, a video interview and an assessment centre. This varies per role but they generally take two from the assessment centre. The assessment centre is split in to three parts and is over half a day.

Project Manager, Digital at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

When completing online assessments and video interviews stay calm and don't overthink them. Overthinking what you are going to be asked on something like a video interview can sometimes do more harm than good when a question you weren't expecting is asked and panics you as it wasn't what you were expecting and had practised answers to. Be yourself in any interview you have and don't worry if you haven't answered a question exactly how you would have liked, interviews are sometimes meant to throw curveball questions and see how you react.

Interview Advice:

Research some common questions beforehand but don't put too much pressure on yourself to research every one. It might calm your nerves to look into some commonly asked questions and prepare a loose answer but the chances are they will be completely different! Go into the interview calm and with an open mind.

IT Operations and Cybersecurity Graduate, IT Process Automation at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

It is a long process but worth the wait. Present yourself honestly and play on your strengths.

Business Consultant, Consulting Practice at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, it is recognised that you are not going to have a lot of experience at this stage of your career, so as long as you draw from your personality and the experience you do have you should do well.

Interview Advice:

What is your biggest area for improvement?

Where do you see the UK economy in the next 5 years?

Business Consultant, Strategic Consulting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Thoroughly research the company, especially the Fujitsu leadership competencies. Each stage of the application is based around them, from the online form to the assessment centre.

Fujitsu are looking for graduates with potential- do not spend time worrying that you should be the complete package immediately and show off tons of commercial business knowledge. I had no experience of a business based role whatsoever and this did not put me at a disadvantage at all. All stages of the process are competency based.

Interview Advice:

The questions are evidence/scenario based. For each leadership competency, I would suggest you have a detailed example of a time you PERSONALLY have shown this competency. If you are talking about a team based example, ensure you really make it clear what YOU did to help.

Show that you are self aware. You will be asked what you feel you need to work on and develop. If there is something you know you need to improve, do not be afraid to say it.

Graduate HR Advisor, HR Systems at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be prepared to work hard. In a big company HR duties are required in personnel management all over. From advising managers and managing disciplinary in case management to training staff and developing training materials in Learning and development. It can at times be overwhelming but it is never dull.

Interview Advice:

Learn everything about the company and its values. Apply that knowledge when you attend. It will always benefit you.

HR Graduate, HR at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research Fujitsu - why do you (genuinely) want to work for Fujitsu and within the particular role?

Interview Advice:

Be yourself - it's just as much an opportunity for you to see if you'd fit in, as it is for the interviewer.

Practice competency based questions.

Business Consultant, Digital at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Take your time with the written questions on your application. I know after application and application, it can become tedious but this is a great grad scheme.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself as personality is key in the day as well as your qualifications and capabilities.

Service delivery manager, Business performance at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure that you research the company well and know what you want to do. I found the best way to prepare for both the telephone interview and assessment day was to know what Fujitsu was about, the awards they have won, the area that you are applying for and most of all why you want to be in that role.

Interview Advice:

Although preparing and knowing as much as you can about Fujitsu is great, make sure you have a couple of questions prepared for the assessors. This shows that your interest goes beyond simply knowing about the company and that you care about the response of people already working within Fujitsu.

Finance, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Relate back to outcomes and customer value when giving examples at assessment/interview.

Interview Advice:

Situation, Task, Achievement, Results

Service Delivery Manager, Financial Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Take your time on your application, ensure you use the STAR framework and to make sure examples used can be verified in telephone and face-to-face interviews. Also try to use a variety of examples when relating to competencies - which will look good when picking out a variety of past experiences (work, charity/volunteering, university learning, exploring new adventures/opportunities).

Interview Advice:

Really be yourself! At the assessment centre it's important to put forward who you really are, rather than what you think the assessor is looking for. This will help to put you at ease and to communicate your past experiences more confidently.

Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Show understanding and interest in the IT sector, Fujitsu's offerings and the function you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Ask as many questions as possible- obtainable qualifications, the development and career path of the interviewer, what development potential is possible for a Graduate in this area?

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

On the online application provide clear, structured evidence in answer to the questions provided.
Don't be afraid to talk openly about your own activity and personal achievements.

Project Manager, Application at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Practical Security experience? Self Management.

Interview Advice:

Know your strengths and weaknesses and don't be afraid to admit them.

Cyber Security Analyst, Cyber Security at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Show genuine interest in the company and the role you are applying for. This is a great company to work for and there is the added bonus of the ability to design your career path. Show willing and initiative.

Interview Advice:

Asked to evidence the skills mentioned within the role criteria.
Asked how you would deal with certain scenarios.
Be well dressed, passionate and show self-motivation alongside any skills the job description looks for.

Service Delivery Management Graduate, Network and Telecomms at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the different roles available with the company and try and find out what people actually do.

Interview Advice:

Consider your current skills and experience, and how you can transfer these to a potential role within Fujitsu. Be confident and outgoing, it's all about the people!

Service Delivery Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Triple check spelling and grammar. Tailor your CV to the job role and company. At the top of your CV include a profile, discussing yourself and why you are a good fit for the company.

Interview Advice:

Make sure your personality shines through. When applying for a graduate or placement position, managers understand that you might not have a wealth of IT services experience and knowledge. People hire people, so try and get over the nerves and be yourself.

Sales and Business Development Graduate, Manufacturing, Utilities and Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure you have a variety of different examples and experiences to use for the competency interview. Show something different and when you have gone the extra mile always helps!

Interview Advice:

Research about Fujitsu, have questions ready.

Technical Consultant, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

When answering interview questions, try and take your examples from a lot of different areas such as previous jobs, volunteering, studying towards your degree etc. The feedback I received after my interview concentrated on how the interviewer really liked that I had many different examples to pull from when answering.

Interview Advice:

Quite a lot of standard competency based questions ("an example of a time you had to lead a team") and then further questions from your example given.

Graduate Trainee, Solutions & Software Development at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

If applying for grad scheme, apply early!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself.

Customer Solutions Architect, Finance at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

I would advise them to brush up on the background information about the company. Demonstrate where you have proactively taken part in work experience and gained skills that are useful for the job you are applying for.

Interview Advice:

Name a time when you have demonstrated good customer service, name a time when you have exceeded expectations, name a time when you have overcome a challenging situation.

Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Knowledge of Fujitsu and our clients.

Interview Advice:

Presentational skills and data analysis skills are essential in my role so I would advise showing competencies for these.

Service Delivery Manager, Industrial Placement at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Take time over the written questions - use the STAR approach when answering them and give a range of examples (from University, work, work experience, personal life etc.)

Interview Advice:

Use a range of examples when answering the questions. I was asked about team work, customer relationships, challenging situations and 3 areas I felt I could develop.

Service Delivery Graduate, Document Processing Solutions at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Apply as early as possible. Be honest and genuine.

Interview Advice:

Try to stay relaxed when being asked a question and be confident with the answer you are giving.

Cost Accountant, Finance Graduate, Cost Accounting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be prepared for hard and challenging work, that is also very satisfying and motivating. Be willing to learn and continuing to learn.

Interview Advice:

Ask questions, what do you want to know more about?

Project Manager, Rail at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Visit Fujitsu's website and get to know the company so that you know where you're standing.
And start learning about IT if you haven't yet!

Interview Advice:

Show you're a proactive person not needing anyone to tell you what the next thing to do is.

Sales rep, Private sector accounts at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Fill in the application and tailor your CV to fit the role you are going for. Be prepared for interview/assessment centre and know the business.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared and know the path you want to take at this point. Treat the interview as if it is the only job you want on the planet and be interactive with the assessor. The FJ staff are really sociable and love interviewees who get involved.

Project Lead, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Application is mainly competency based so make sure you have good examples! Read up on Fujitsu's values.

Interview Advice:

Just be yourself. The interview is a chance for Fujitsu to get to know you. It's not too stressful!

Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself, be self aware and be confident. Fujitsu doesn't just look at skills and experience but also personality and potential.

Interview Advice:

Take time to think about your answers and relax.

Software & Solutions Development Graduate, Applications Transformation at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Apply now!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself, research the company really well and act professional.

Service Delivery Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Do not be discouraged by the fact that this job is IT related. Every project in the future will have an element of IT in it so Fujitsu provides a good learning curve so that technical details don't scare you in the future. I would advise for the interview process to be thoughtful of some of the key values that Fujitsu have as part of their mantra. If you can show a real demonstration of times when you have put a customer first for example, this will be well received.

Interview Advice:

Explain a time where you took customer feedback and turned it into an improvement in how you delivered a service.

Gradate Project Manager, Managed Infrastructure Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

The recruitment process is centered around the candidates' competencies therefore try and ensure you have a range of examples to draw from and that you cover a reasonable range of competencies.

Interview Advice:

Again, the interviews are based around competencies so try and ensure you have examples prepared that will demonstrate your strength in the competencies. One thing that caught me was instead of the standard, "what is your greatest weakness?", I was asked to list a few examples of areas I could improve. Another thing to bear in mind in an interview for Fujitsu is that Fujitsu in the UK and Ireland mainly provides services and therefore is very customer focused. If you can provide examples to demonstrate your competency in dealing with a 'customer' it is likely to work in your favour.

Graduate Trainee, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Get in early on the applications and make sure you know what Fujitsu actually do. Do research around your chosen field. And on the day of the interview, just be yourself! And ask questions.

Interview Advice:

I was asked the typical kind of competency questions. Be prepared and try and recall solid examples before you get into the interview. If you have a phone/video interview, practise timing your answers beforehand. It may seem like a long time to answer a question, but you'll surprise yourself at how much you're able to talk about something you did that you're proud of.

There will likely be a group project as part of the assessment. Don't be too quiet, but don't be a know-it-all! Neither will get you very far.

Try and think outside of the box, make yourself stand out.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Positivity and confidence.

Interview Advice:

Research lean (Sense and Respond).
Don't be overpowering on group activities... good leaders involve everyone.

Project Manager, Managed Infrastructure Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Ensure that you try and understand fully what you are applying for. This is not a pathway into becoming a lawyer, and although legal degrees are suitable, they are not required.
Do not be phased by the "legal" nature of the work - common sense, logic, and understanding of principles will prevail. My French and English degree has not been a hindrance at all.

Interview Advice:

There are 3 components to the screening process:
The Interview. Interviews are highly competency based. They draw upon your experiences. They don't all need to be related to the job, so don't start making up corporate scenario or pseudo-legal situations, but be honest.
The presentation. Don't be phased by the short timescales, or worry too much about how "pretty" your slides are. Focus on information output and completing your pitch within the time.
The group exercise. You are being monitored here as an individual, as well as part of the group. Your only aim is to complete the task, not to be the loudest in the team.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial & Legal at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Definitely use relevant examples and talk about actual experience from the past that brought in some results. Be concise but specific, it gives it more credibility and you'll stand out from the crowd.

Interview Advice:

All the typical interview questions such as team working, leadership examples, when things don't go as planned, making a tough decision, acting upon something ethically, questioning, persuading etc.

Oracle Business Intelligence Consultant, Oracle Practice at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Know about the company - its history, its recent changes, and what it is looking to do in the future. See if you can speak to people who already work here (reach out through LinkedIn).

Project Manager, Government at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the company, the company values and the role you are applying for. Try to demonstrate through your C.V. and application form that you have these values and skills.

Interview Advice:

Remember to use a variety of examples in your answers. It doesn't necessarily matter if you don't have specific experience in the area you are applying for, the interviewers are looking for someone who can demonstrate the key transferable skills needed for that particular role. Fujitsu will train you to do the role.

HR Advisor, Learning and Development at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure that when answering the application questions you make sure you are aware of the companies values. Being aware of Fujitsu's key values and beliefs will really help you to stand out amongst other applicants.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you answer every question with an example if you can, this shows that what you are saying is true.
At the beginning of my interview I was asked if I wanted to look at my CV for guidance, I said no. I think this really helped in my interview as it showed that what I was saying is true.
Questions I was asked:
What are your three biggest weaknesses? - When asked this question make sure that despite the fact you are talking about negative things turn it into something positive.
Have you ever had to work with someone difficult? How did you handle this?

Graduate Service Delivery Manager, Engineering Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Just be yourself and think about the answers in your application.
Make sure that you don't make your answers too wordy!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and remember to make eye contact!

Graduate Service Delivery Manager, Client Engagement at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Know the company you are applying for, and make sure you are clear about why you want to work for Fujitsu. For me personally their values and company ethos really stood out from other companies, and whenever asked 'why have you applied to Fujitsu?' I made sure to highlight this, and illustrated how I would fit in well with the companies views.

Interview Advice:

Revise and do your homework beforehand! Know everything you can about the company, research and then research some more. Prepare for the interview and any possible questions that you might expect to be asked.

Service Delivery Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

- Be honest and be yourself

- Take your time, if you rush an application it is obvious. When it comes to your future career, spend all the time you need to perfect your applications!

- Research office locations and roles and make sure that you only

Interview Advice:

- Do lots of research about what is happening in the industry and company - just show your interviewer that you've made the effort to understand.

- Enjoy the process and be confident - if you are right for the job and the job is right for you then you

Project Manager, Defence at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure you come across as passionate and enthusiastic as to why you would like to work for Fujitsu. Sell yourself make sure you include work experience you have, extra activities and anything else that you feel will make you stand out from the crowd. If Fujitsu go to your university go and talk to the recruiters and ask them what they are looking for.

Interview Advice:

Make sure you do some research on the company and have a think about your personal attributes and a few real word examples you could give for each one. The key is to be confident show conviction in your answers and most of all be yourself. I always feel you are either right for the role or you are not all you can do is your best and what will be will be.

HR Advisor, Project Support at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Don't worry if you don't have an IT degree or IT experience. Fujitsu recruits graduates with lots of different degrees - it’s beneficial to the company to have the different perspectives offered by various backgrounds. Be thorough with your answers and make sure you research and understand the Fujitsu core values.

Interview Advice:

Before you go, read up on Fujitsu, what the company does, its values and its recent achievements. At the interview, be honest and true to yourself - Fujitsu will base their decision on your personality, teamwork and how you apply yourself to the tasks as much as on your knowledge and experience. It's OK to be nervous, everyone is in the same boat, just try to relax and enjoy the day. Finally, ask lots of questions and make sure you fully understand the role.

Business Consultant, Oracle CRM at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Look at the recruitment criteria and identify where your previous experience (through university and wider) fits in well.
Identify why you want to work for the company - what it can do for you and what you can do for the company.

Interview Advice:

Be professional and courteous through any interview or assessment centre.
Answer with examples and be sure to go into a reasonable level of detail but without repeating yourself.

Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

We're big on "continuous improvement" so think of examples where you've raised and owned an improvement to current processes.

Interview Advice:

If you are given materials for a presentation use all of them - even if you think they seem unnecessary/waste of time (e.g. I was complimented on using all the different coloured pens). They want to see what you'll do with what you've got.

Project Management Graduate Trainee, Defence & National Security at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Get to know the company and industry and show an interest. also have a good understanding of what the role you are applying for.

Be personable and friendly to both the assessors and the other candidates you are up against. Fujitsu is a very open and friendly company so having and showing off these interpersonal skills will help.

Interview Advice:

What do you know about Fujitsu and other general competency questions such as dealing with problems, handling a budget, greatest achievement etc.

Marketing Executive- Internal Communication, Graduate Rotations at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Really research Fujitsu before you apply. Don't assume you know what we do without checking!
Give detailed answers and demonstrate why you are passionate about working for us.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and relax - your interviewer wants you to do well!
Keep track of time in the group exercise and the presentation, it will really help you out.

HR Advisor, HR Projects at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be truthful and show that you understand how you fit into the company. Apply early to try and get into the earlier assessment centres.

Interview Advice:

Be confident in yourself and make sure you demonstrate why you think you would fit in well if you were to join the company.

Sales Graduate, Public Sector at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Network!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and thinking of a range of different examples from your life when answering competency based questions.

HR Advisor, HR at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Show passion, Fujitsu is about the people, you can learn the skills!

Interview Advice:

Once again, passion, show that you want to work there, research the company, find out what they really do.

Service Delivery Manager, Infrastructure Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be youself and let yourself shine!

Interview Advice:

Fujitsu's interview process was the most relaxed interview I attended. They really make you feel at ease, they do not try and trick you and they probe you to get the information they require. It's a really pleasant experience so just be yourself!

Service Delivery Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

- Make sure you understand what Fujitsu actually does
- Fujitsu is keen to drive innovation at the moment, so show that you've got what it takes to improve things
- Try to understand what makes Fujitsu different to other IT services providers

Graduate Trainee, Service Delivery at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research Fujitsu as a company. Try and identify the sectors in which the company operates. Furthermore, identify who Fujitsu's clients are and how we serve them.

Have a reason for wanting the role. Don't just apply because "It was my last application" or "I missed deadlines to other schemes". It's not professional.

Interview Advice:

Research the company both prior to your phone interview and assessment centre. There's a lot of information out there, both from sites like this and the Fujitsu website itself. Don't be afraid to ask the recruitment teams questions prior, during and after assessments. They're a great team and extremely helpful.

Make sure you're yourself in all stages of the assessment process. They're wanting to hire a person and not someone who can purely follow a script. Let your personality shine out.

Show that you have real world experiences and can relate personal situations to the bigger picture. Show significance to what you do and why you do.

Take full advantage of Fujitsu's social media. Be it Youtube, twitter or the Facebook graduate recruitment page. There's a lot on there that will help you understand the company, how it operates, what it's values are and where it sees you fitting.

Be calm, relaxed and collected. Easier said than done but if you can pull it off, you'll look like natural and ready to be confronted with questions. Remember to be yourself at all times and be honest with your answers. Providing you mean what you say and give justification, no response is too silly.

Customer Solution Architect, Defence & Nationl Security at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

- Be able to demonstrate knowledge of B2B / IT Marketing.
- Demonstrate a willingness to learn and 'get stuck in'.

Marketing Executive, Rotational within Marketing at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

- Understand how your experience and skills (gained through university course, part time jobs, hobbies and sports) relate to the role requirements and demonstrate examples
- Research the company and be able to illustrate how you would fit in

Interview Advice:

- Asked company specific questions around what they do
- Asked questions around skills (included in the role requirements) and how I have demonstrated these

Project Manager, Public Sector Account at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be personable, know your role you are applying to- try to use examples to show you have the right experience for the job or willing to learn- all rounded person.

Interview Advice:

the interview questions are competency based so try to use examples to show you are well rounded academically, sociably, CSR minded, etc

Marketing Executive- Internal Communication, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Most importantly, make every effort to understand the Commercial role as NOT a legal role but a business role requiring some legal competence. Also, try to understand the company ethos and whether you really suit it.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

The online tests are similar to most that are out there, so you can practise these. Numerical, logical reasoning and I think, but might not have, verbal reasoning.
First and foremost, for the telephone interviews: KNOW THE COMPANY. Too many people think Fujitsu make cameras. Research, think and take your time to answer the questions. Make sure they are relevant and detailed.
In terms of the assessment centres, it is a case of be yourself, make sure you contribute - more so in the team exercise. The A.C is very fair and gives you every opportunity to succeed. You just have to take it.

Interview Advice:

All interview questions are competency based….”can you tell me about a time”. Again, research the role for which you are applying, match these against the job spec, description and key competencies and you will be able to work out some of the questions and prepare answers beforehand.

Graduate Project Manager, Scottish Accounts at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - there's 'X' amount of other competent candidates going for a similar role - you need to define yourself and outline your aspirations - be calm and collected when delivering your answer and presenting yourself at all stages of the interview process.

Interview Advice:

Personally I don't think it makes a difference to the question you may be asked on the day - you should prepare your answers to adequately answer any variance of question. There are multiple resources online to help you prepare your structured answering through tools like 'STAR' and 'Top100 interview questions'.
I tailored my answers so that any answer was flexible and could be easily adapted to meet the interviewers specific request (e.g. Tell me about a time....Responsibility/Difficult team member/problem and how you overcame it and/or result)

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Application Advice:

Make sure you bring to the table examples of everything you've done, and say how you can apply them to the workplace. Get across your personalty - Fujitsu invest a lot of time and money in their people, thats what makes the organisation so great.

Interview Advice:

Again, get across your personality. Be confident, but not arrogant. Be prepared for banter from the managers who you can laugh with - its not all work and no play! But always remember you are there for 1 reason, work comes first.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be very clear about why you would benefit Fujitsu if they employed you: what experience do you have, what knowledge do you have and show that you can easily fit in as part of a team.

In the telephone interview, they are looking for clear competencies, have your answers prepared using the STARL technique. Also, do your research: what do Fujitsu do, who are its customers, what is happening in the IT industry as a whole.

In the assessment centre, you will have a competency based interview, a presentation exercise based on a case-study you are given and a group task. You are being assessed at all times, keep that and the competencies in mind at all times.

Interview Advice:

Try and be confident - believe in yourself.
Don't dominate the group task, ensure you are heard but not letting others speak and putting others down will not be liked by the assesors.

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Before applying get involved in anything you can, and anything you can afford to give your time to. It isn't just the grades, in fact I would say the more experience and the more projects/opportunities you have got yourself involved in are more important, as this is what sets you apart from the thousands of others who also get good grades.

Interview Advice:

Know the company. Research everything you can and if possible, refer to it when asking questions/presenting anything.

Service Delivery Manager, Service Delivery at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Sell yourself as a whole, not just yourself as a graduate of your particular degree. Fujitsu are looking for people with a broad range of skills and experiences, and are therefore very interested in extracurricular details.

Demonstrate that you have researched the company, and based on this knowledge emphasise how and why working for Fujitsu is relevant to your career development goals. In your research look beyond Fujitsu's work in IT and into its interaction with society through corporate social responsibility, etc.

Interview Advice:

The application advice is also very relevant here. In your answers, demonstrate that you are passionate about working for Fujitsu by demonstrating an understanding of how working for them furthers your own goals.

In your answers to competency questions (e.g. "Give an example of a time when...."), don't just draw on your academic background but give answers that draw on extracurricular experiences, e.g. gap year experiences, situations encountered in sports clubs, etc.

Software Developer, Software Development at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Know the company you're applying to; read local news and events regarding the company.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm, try and come up with some good examples before you attend an interview; think of the common things such as team work, finance management etc.

Infrastructure Systems Architect, D&NS at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Challenge the company. Fujitsu listens to its employees, and your views are valued. Be wanting to make a change for the greater good.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself. Your academic achievements have gotten you to this stage, now it's time to show that you will be an easy person to work with. Do not overthink questions or tasks, try to make everything come naturally

Sales, Business Applications at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the company before putting in your initial application - they like to see that you understand what Fujitsu do and are passionate about it!

Interview Advice:

Be yourself and make sure you know your own CV and experience!

HR Advisor, HR Projects at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Get ready to work hard but also understand that the benefits of working at Fujistu are great.

Interview Advice:

Stay calm, answer questions honestly & fight your corner.

Public Sector Sales, Public Sector at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Do plenty of research into the company. They are not publically known but very big in the world of IT. Also be prepared to put application skills into practice, taking part in interviews and group exercises as well as numeracy and literacy tests. Be yourself. The company is looking for genuine people who get on well with others. Ask plenty of questions and be enthusiastic.

Interview Advice:

Competency based questions based on previous work life experience. Things like working in teams to complete tasks. A couple of questions to throw you as well, like what have been your most challenging experiences or similar. Be ready to take a moment to think carefully and give your best answer. Not just the first thing that comes to mind.

Graduate Software and Solutions Developer, Defence and National Security at Fujitsu
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Interview Advice:

Do plenty of research into the company, and why you've applied for your particular role. Have plenty of case studies for work qualities such as team work you have done and leadership roles etc. The process is fairly short really and you hear back quickly.

Project Tester, Live System Testing at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the company and prepare for every stage. Think about different scenarios you have experienced, both positive and negative and look at how you performed well and where you could have done better. Be calm but also yourself. The company wants personality not just someone who ticks some academic and professional boxes.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared, be friendly at the assessment centre at all times, even to the other candiates. Think before you answer a question, it doesn't have to be the first thing you think of.

Technical Graduate, AMO Software & Solutions Development at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure you use examples and concepts from outside of work or schooling. We are a company that really engages with its employees, so being able to give examples of what you do outside of the avergae schooling day will really help show you off.

Interview Advice:

Similar to above but just make sure you are yourself and don't overanalyse or think anything, have your prep sheet created long before your interview and really show off why you would be a great asset to Fujitsu.

Technical Graduate, SII Team at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Apply as early as possible to be in a with a good chance and do your research on the company and any products/projects they may be doing (check newspaper articles, tech blogs, etc.).

Interview Advice:

One question I was asked was: "Demonstrate ways in which you save money"

Oracle HR/Payroll Analyst, Oracle HR & Payroll at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Fujitsu highly values attitude, probably as much or more than knowledge because the knowledge can be taught. The company also values individuality and so show your true yourself, be hard working, and be a team player and you'll do fine.

Interview Advice:

Be professional but be yourself and show your personality. Draw on real experiences you have had over theoretical things. Make sure you talk about the result you brought about otherwise you are just telling a story about the situation.

Project Management Graduate, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Evidence your day-to-day skills/abilities. Whilst a background in the specific area is useful, it's not a write-off if you don't have specific knowledge relating to the scheme. Show that you are a team player, a logical thinker, a nice approachable person and a hard worker. Don't just focus on academic achievements for this, use your extra-curricular experiences too.

Interview Advice:

Same as application advice. Show that you're a good person to work with and a willing learner.

Be genuine and confident in your face to face interview

Be logical and consistent in your presentation

Be confident and work well in the team excercise. Guide, don't command..

Service Design & Implementation, Managed Infrastructure Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Don't think of getting this job as the last hurdle. Remember to talk about what happens after that, with your continued development and future prospects.

Interview Advice:

Remember you are assessed from the minute you walk through the door, so be polite and friendly to everyone you meet.

Software Developer, Business Applications Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Best IT graduate scheme available from feedback across friends/peers.

Interview Advice:

Research, and have relevant examples that aren't all from group work at university.

Sales Executive, Defence at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

As per most Graduate applications, take your time to do the initial application and do think hard about what you want to do and why.

Interview Advice:

Prepare for competency based questions.
Be a team player.
Be genuine; skills can be taught but personality is unique .

Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research! Use the competencies that are on the Fujitsu website, these are key aspects of what the company looks for. Do practice online tests so you get used to the style.

Interview Advice:

Again, use the Fujitsu competencies; these are the most important tools. Use lots of examples in your answers to show your versatility. Be yourself!

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Know why you want a job with an IT company
Have examples prepared
Be willing to push yourself and be a young leader

Interview Advice:

Team Work - Your role
Your future career plans
About the industry - how do you keep up to date with knowledge

Operations Manager, Governance at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

As with many things, you get out what you put in. Many companies will brag about opportunities, but having worked for several large ones before, this is the only company where if you want to take a hold of a project or step up your responsibilities or work load, there is always a chance to. 'The work is there if you want it' is the phrase an old Fujitsu graduate passed on to me, so I would reiterate that and say go for it and get stuck in!

CSA Graduate, Innovation Solutions at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Do reserch on Fujitsu as they are not a consumer brand, understand (as much as possible) what they do and how they benefit customers on the population of the UK.

Interview Advice:

Standard competenecy based questions.

What do Fujitsu do?

Product Manager, Product Management at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Make sure you research the role you are applying for, and most importantly, make sure it is a job you actually want!

Interview Advice:

Research the company before your phone interview, and make sure you draw from different experiences. Talk about uni work, paid work, interests and any volunteering you may have done. If you get to an assessment centre, be assertive but not domineering towards the other candidates and assessors.

Business Services Graduate, Business Operations at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and look at the website and other information on the company to understand what is important to the business.

Interview Advice:

Lots of competency based questions, be prepared and make sure that you are being yourself. If you are relaxed and speak up then you will show the interviewers, who will notice what you have to offer.

Sales Gradute, Public Sector at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Gain some knowledge around what Fujitsu UK&I do and how it varies across its other sectors across the world.
Research into what offerings Fujitsu provide and who the competitors are.
Need to be a candidate that fits the criteria, this does not only include good results and knowledge, but also includes other skills like volunteering and being a team player etc.

Interview Advice:

When asked to answer questions, always try to plan the answer so that it has an Introduction, the main point, and a conclusion. Stay precise to the point.
Typical questions include:
An example of a complex project that you have led that required you to analyse the situation, determine key priorities and produce a plan?
Describe an occasion when you went out of your way to satisfy or exceed someone else’s expectations?
Describe a situation of when you have influenced someone more senior or experienced than yourself where they initially disagreed with your viewpoint?
What has been your biggest achievement to date and why?
Etc.

Business Consultant, Central Government at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

In the early stages of your application, ensure you research the company thoroughly. It's also really important that you tell us in your initial application why this company's the one for you and, concurrently, why we should recruit you ahead of the competition.

The application also requires you to sit online tests and it's essential that you've practiced these online beforehand. There are a few sites out there that allow you to take mock tests for free so do take advantage of them.

Interview Advice:

Again and as with all interviews, preparation is key. Having a good raft of information about the company and the role for which you're applying will be a great asset, as will the ability to answer the questions asked of you with solid examples from your experiences in work and education. Essentially, you should think about the key skills and competencies that you've already acquired in advance of the interview so they're at the forefront of your mind,should you be asked a question that relates to them.

HR Advisor, HR Systems at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

The soft skills are very important. You need to be able to demonstrate that you'll fit in well with a team, communicate effectively and have an eye for the detail.

Academics alone will get you nowhere you need to have achieved outside of University.

Interview Advice:

Be prepared for a variety of standard assessment centre activities

Management Accountant, Finance at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research the company first. It may not be what you think it is.

Commercial Graduate, Commercial at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be creative and think outside the box

Interview Advice:

Self-confidence
Quality is always better than quantity

Service Delivery Management, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

make sure you know what Fujitsu does and why you want to work in the IT industry.

Graduate, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Honest.
Discuss what you find interesting.
To-the-point, NOT 'waffley'.

Interview Advice:

Talkative, NOT arrogant.
Open.
Come across as a 'Team Player'.

Public Sector Sales Graduate Trainee, Public Sector Sales at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Give detailed and honest answers. Don't think that you have to have conquered the world to qualify for a job. Just be able to demonstrate that you have skills which will serve you well in the work place without exaggerating.

Interview Advice:

Learn about the company before you apply or have an interview, show that you're interested in the work they do and demonstrate what you feel you can contribute to the company. I cannot overstate the importance of soft skills and evidencing them.

Commercial Executive, Commercial at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself - what I got from the assessments is that they're looking for something in you as a person, regardless of your experience/role you're applying for.

Interview Advice:

Try and relax, the interview process is long but each stage isn't as bad as you expect it to be!

Graduate Trainee, Network Security at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Learn about the IT industry - look at competitors, advisors

Interview Advice:

Where are my opportunities of growth?

Sales and Business Development, Manufacturing, Utilties and Services – Private Sector at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be ready for a challenge. Be a team player. Be yourself. Have good examples of competency based questions and allow plenty of time to get the application done as early as possible. Applications still need to be processed so you want to be at the front of the queue.

Interview Advice:

Don't try to be someone you think Fujitsu wants, but aim to demonstrate all of your personal skills, best attributes and relevant experience in the various situations you might be asked. If what you demonstrate matches with what Fujitsu want, then Fujitsu could be right for you. If it doesn't match then it's not a problem because another company may be a better fit for you, so don't be disappointed. If you have good communication skills, enjoy working in a team and have drive and determination you will really enjoy working at Fujitsu. Just be yourself and be positive.

Technical Graduate: Messaging, Microsoft Professional Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Get your application in early. Its a comprehensive application process, and its always good to have a job offer as soon as possible.

Interview Advice:

Its a long day at interview stage, so be prepared for this. Make sure you really sell yourself in your interview, right from the moment you walk through the door.
Some questions are quite tough, you may not have come accross something they are asking you, but just remember to adapt another situation to suit your needs. Even if its not really the same scenario, talk about it as it might demonstrate some attributes we are looking for.

Software Developer, Business Application Services at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Research into the company and just be friendly and confident.

Interview Advice:

Lots of competency based questions, just have various examples of good work that you have done prepared that you could apply to different scenarios. Always ensuring to highlight relevant skills.

Finance Graduate, Cost Accounting at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Look carefully at the different graduate streams to decide which one suits you the best, then when you get to your interview you will be genuinely enthusiastic about the role. Research the company as a whole and the CSR initiatives they are involved in. Look for recent news items about Fujitsu to make your knowledge up to date.

Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Be yourself and don't try to put on a fake persona at the assessment centre. It is a company full of warm people so just try to relax and be yourself!

Interview Advice:

Try and think your previous experiences at University and Internships/Work Expereience and think about what skills you have gained from these.

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Have relevant examples for competency based questions, use the STAR format, as you should for any interview. Be confident, and prepared to think on your feet.

Interview Advice:

General competency based questions:

1. Tell me about a time when you have had to manage a budget...
2. Tell me about a time when you have had to work as part of a team, leading onto something bad about team and how you resolved it

Business Consultant, SAP at Fujitsu
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Application Advice:

Go for it!
Fujitsu is a great company, very diverse in lots of locations; there's a variety of roles and the people are genuinely willing to help you.

Interview Advice:

Be yourself; skills you can learn, but attitude is unique to you.

Project Leader, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Best:

Supportive, industry leader, care about employees, care about diversity, care about sustainability, offer excellent training, offer excellent pension, offer excellent salary, listen to less senior members of staff.

Worst:

As in most large companies - some beaurocracy.

Project Manager (Graduate), Digital Technology Services at Fujitsu
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Best:

- ethics, social responsibility
- Ask pages very helpful and speedy when you have a HR or IT problem.

Solutions Developer, HI&NTS at Fujitsu
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Best:

Very ethical, emphasis on customers and people.

Worst:

sometimes they make business decisions I do not understand the viability of.

System Graduate, Network Architecture at Fujitsu
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Best:

Great environment and people.

Worst:

"The Process" to achieve results becomes frustrating.

Software and Solutions Developer, Offerings Strategy at Fujitsu
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Best:

How big the organisation is which is reassuring
How you can contact every single person makes talking to people more comfortable

Worst:

Future is unsure for some sites as tenants have taken over large spaces
Job satisfaction in other employees is low which can effect your satisfaction

Facilities Assistant, Facilities at Fujitsu
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Best:

During the graduate programme your performance is assessed every 6 months and you get a pay rise in line with this. It's a well-structured way of rewarding effort and helping you feel like you're progressing, even though you're still on the scheme.

Worst:

It's a big, corporate company, so there's a lot of process to anything.

Business Consultant, Consulting and Professional Services at Fujitsu
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Best:

Culture and the people you work with - dedicated and motivated!

Worst:

New organisational restructure change can be demotivating.

Graduate – Business Consultant, Industry Consulting at Fujitsu
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Best:

Work-life balance, work from home opportunities, varied workload

Worst:

Quiet periods, distrust or dislike of graduates in some business areas

Graduate Consultant, at Fujitsu
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Best:

Offer up a lot of training and the graduate scheme is well looked after by the grad team in charge

Worst:

Large company so its easy to sometimes get a little lost in the shuffle if you dont find your place straight away.

Graduate – Engagement Manager, Service as a Solution at Fujitsu
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Best:

Great Graduate community and good training

Graduate – Software Developer, Application Solutions at Fujitsu
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Best:

Good pay, kind of ethical-ish, challenging job and variety of roles available

Worst:

The aforementioned Agenda 2020 programme

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Best:

Freedom and flexibility

Graduate – Business Consultant, Strategic Consulting at Fujitsu
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Best:

Work life balance: As a company, Fujitsu encourages a healthy work life balance. Provided I have fulfilled my commitments, I am usually out of the office in good time, and have the flexibility to work from home regularly.

Worst:

Personal Development: There doesn't appear a great deal of focus on developing employees outside of their immediate role. Personal development is generally self-driven.

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Best:

Fujitsu runs some really interesting and innovative projects, and the Fujitsu way make it a company that you can be proud to work for.

Worst:

Considering it's an IT company, it seems very behind on innovations and communications methods to be used internally.

Graduate Project Manager, at Fujitsu
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Best:

Flexibility - work when you want, where you want.

Worst:

Redundancies

Solutions Developer Graduate, Hybrid IT at Fujitsu
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Best:

Entrust graduates with meaningful work.

Worst:

Not as customer facing as I expected- this could be specific to my role at the moment however.

Graduate Project Management, N&T at Fujitsu
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Best:

International company with lots of opportunity.

Worst:

No-one knows who you work for and think you work for the camera company Fujifilm.

Graduate Project Manager, Project Management at Fujitsu
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Best:

It's a global brand, and therefore presents great opportunities to interact with foreign colleagues, and potentially travel abroad in the future.

Worst:

The company is going through a period of change, and this has caused some uncertainty in some areas.

Marketing Executive, Marketing at Fujitsu
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Best:

Focus on work/life balance. Expected to work hard whilst at work but also have the time to relax as well.

Business Consultant, at Fujitsu
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Best:

The company has a huge global presence - with headquarters in Japan. So will likely be the opportunity to travel - the Procurement graduate from a previous year as already travelled to Spain with work.

It's in one of the biggest industries - IT. I've learnt quite a bit about IT since being here even though my role isn't technical.

It invests a lot in training/development. I have already started studying for Procurement exams where I'll receive a recognised Procurement qualification.

Worst:

I feel the management structure isn't the strongest - I find it hard to get any guidance/advice on my career going forward.

I felt the company was unprepared for new graduates. My first 2/3 months were boring at Fujitsu and I didn't have much to get on with at all. It has now picked up since my third month here.

Procurement Manager, IT Hardware at Fujitsu
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Best:

It's a global, reputable company, so even if you only wanted to work here for 2 years on the gradate scheme, this will look good on your part

Worst:

Unfortunately redundancies were announced earlier last year within the company which could make you feel uneasy and put you off applying for the scheme here at Fujitsu. However, this shouldn't be the case as Fujitsu are expanding in other new business areas and that's why grads are needed- to being in new knowledge and ways of working.

Project Management, SaaS Cloud IT at Fujitsu
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Best:

The culture and people, there are lots of people who want to help you to succeed and lots of opportunities to do this.

Worst:

Some parts of the business need to join up better - this is something that I believe will improve in the next few months.

Offerings Manager, Offerings at Fujitsu
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Best:

Lots of responsibility, salary, flexible working, good work/life balance, really good grad community, not a lot of middle management

Worst:

lots of different systems, not always easy to find information, if you don't like a challenge it can feel like you're dropped in at the deep end, not a lot of middle management

Project Manager, Digital at Fujitsu
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Best:

flexibility, mentoring scheme, large responsibility,

IT Operations and Cybersecurity Graduate, IT Process Automation at Fujitsu
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Best:

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Worst:

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Graduate Business Consultant, Consulting at Fujitsu
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Best:

Very invested in the development of graduates. Offer flexible working.

Worst:

N/A

Business Consultant, Consulting Practice at Fujitsu
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Best:

Great salary and very well established grad scheme

Worst:

For a technology company very little of the technology we sell is invested back into the company which is a real shame as it would make it much easier to sell to clients if we also had first hand experience of the products/services

Business Consultant, Strategic Consulting at Fujitsu
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Best:

Grad Focus. There are always graduate opportunities. if you like to get involved then there's a lot of opportunities to do so.

Worst:

Hmmmm. if you don't like having responsibilities then not for you

HR Graduate, HR at Fujitsu
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Best:

Very encouraging of career progression and value input and taking the initiative irrespective of your level.

Worst:

It's a big company so will take a little longer to get to know everyone, but with a variety of projects it's not an issue!

Business Consultant, Digital at Fujitsu
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