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Fujitsu

4.2
  • > 100,000 employees

Application Process & Interviews at Fujitsu

7.9
7.9 rating for Recruitment, based on 7 reviews
Please describe the interview process and assessments.
Assessment centre was well thought out and incorporated a good mix of 1-1 interviews and group sessions.
Graduate, Sydney
2 stages. One informal one panel interview
Experienced, Melbourne
Sent in my CV, then did an online video interview, group interview and had a final meeting with the manager.
Experienced, Sydney
One interview followed by a role-play exercise that was designed for a group, but only I did it due to the nature of the role
Graduate, Sydney
I was a last minute find the day before group interview so I had a difference experience to others. However I enjoyed the group and 1-1 interviews. I felt it was done effectively and those that were chosen were the standouts.
Graduate, Sydney
- 7 month process from initiation to hired - HR testing online and phone interview - 2 individual interviews - 2 panel interviews - 1 presentation/pitch Offer
Midlevel, Sydney
What questions were you asked in your interviews?
Why did I choose this company? What strengths can I bring? What challenges have I faced in previous roles and how did I deal with them?
Graduate, Sydney
How would i handle conflict. Give an example of a time you took on a leadership role
Experienced, Melbourne
About my skills from university studies and my goals for the future. Also a lot of questions about teamwork.
Experienced, Sydney
Goals Aspirations What you want to get out of the company Describe yourself etc
Graduate, Sydney
- "why me" presentation to future management. - group exercise - develop a charity event as a team and present separately - Generic interview question (strength, weaknesses, what you want in a career, how has your education/experience prepared you for.
Graduate, Sydney
Behavioural and empathy related questions
Midlevel, Sydney
Do you have any specific tips and advice for candidates applying to your company? How would you recommend they best prepare?
Be yourself, be confident in your abilities, don't worry about applying for a job that is a little technical if you didn't study a technical degree.
Graduate, Sydney
Learn about Fujitsu and our Japanese heritage. It is one of our differentiating features and we are proud of it
Experienced, Melbourne
Read up about Fujitsu!
Experienced, Sydney
Confidence Understand why you want to work
Graduate, Sydney
The best way to prepare is to look up interview question and really focus on your response. When you are talking about being in the company, describe in ways that you will be bringing value. Breathe, and think about what you are going to say. Ask questions, what is the team structure? what are the areas of focus for the company? etc.
Graduate, Sydney
Research the company and its growth areas within the industry
Midlevel, Sydney