Start your career with Fujitsu – hear from our current Graduates

Each year we recruit a large number of outstanding graduates for our in-demand Graduate Program to inject new ideas, innovative thinking and positive energy into Fujitsu.

Graduate Program Details

Graduate employees start with us in early February 2019.

Each new employee is paired up with a buddy and a mentor from within the business to help with a smooth transition into life at Fujitsu. We provide the right kinds of tools and training to ensure all our graduates can achieve career success through mentoring, peer support, professional development module training and e-learning.

We profiled some of our current Graduates to hear what they thought of the Fujitsu Graduate Program…

Billy Conditsis Graduate – Digital Business Group
Sydney, Australia

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Why Fujitsu? What inspired you to apply?

My previous work experience was also with an IT company so I was always hearing about Fujitsu winning over deals and the amazing tech they were releasing. This led me to research more about the company and from that point on I knew that it was a company I needed to be a part of.

Describe a Fujitsu graduate in 3 words
Fun, Innovative, Digital!

What are some of your day to day tasks within the grad program?

Keeping up to date with emails, attending different types of meetings with key stakeholders across the business, learning more about the company and our offerings, meeting and introducing myself to new people, preaching ‘The Fujitsu Way’.


Samantha Wolstenholme, Business Development Graduate
Brisbane, Australia

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Why Fujitsu? What inspired you to apply?
I craved a career in which I can embrace digital innovation and sustainable application of technology in business. These are fields that I am particularly passionate about and keen to learn more about. The Grad Program itself is second to none, offering graduates a dynamic and structured introduction into such a vibrant, multi-faceted organization with the guidance of learned mentors and buddies. The supportive, dynamic corporate culture at Fujitsu reflects exactly the kind of workplace that I’d always wished to work in.

Describe a Fujitsu graduate in 3 words
Self-starter, enterprising, innovative.

What skills do you believe a Graduate might need to be successful in the program?
Graduates really have to be unafraid to take initiative in this program. There is a heavy emphasis on on-the-job learning from day one, and it is important for grads to demonstrate that they are keen to learn and to find ways to get themselves involved. The ability to communicate confidently and effectively is also essential to succeed, as well as a good work ethic and the ability to think outside the box. Time management skills are also incredibly important, and especially during the early stages of the program when everything is new and there is so much to learn – listening and absorbing information is vital. And feel free to ask as many questions as you need!

What are some of your day to day tasks within the grad program?
Currently I spend the majority of my time assisting my mentor with lead generation, specifically through research activities and preparation of relevant documentation. I’ve also assisted the Sales team with preparing bid materials, and I will be assisting the Events team with organising upcoming events and inviting key stakeholders.


Rachel McLeod, Graduate – Digital Business Group
Wellington, New Zealand

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Why Fujitsu? What inspired you to apply?
When it came to selecting an organization to work for, I wanted one that cared more about their people and the wider community than their profit margins. I also wanted room to develop and grow. Fujitsu is a global company that values its employees and is evolving in ways that benefit humanity. It has a large variety of roles and positions across the globe and plenty of opportunities for movement, making it the perfect company for me to work for.

Describe a Fujitsu graduate in 3 words
Adaptable, Enthusiastic and Open-Minded.

What skills do you believe a Graduate might need to be successful in the program?
Graduates should be problem-solvers, they should be confident in networking, have clear communications skills, and be dedicated, adaptable and creative.
What are some of your day to day tasks within the grad program?
Currently I’ve been reading up on current global innovations within the digital field, creating/editing documentation for Digital Offerings, creating content to post on social media and converting offerings into layman’s terms for Sales teams.

 What are some of your day to day tasks?

Currently I’ve been reading up on global innovations within the digital field. I have been attending meetings, creating and editing collateral for our digital offerings, helping revamp our internal offerings site, and even co-ordinating an event. I have also attended workshops and partner events to increase my industry knowledge.