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FDM Group Grduate Scheme
« on: January 14, 2013, 08:35:26 AM »

FDM Group provide IT development solutions to over 200 clients throughout the world and to date has trained more than 3,000 individuals in expert IT solutions and offer services such as Project Management Office & Analysis, Development, Testing, Application Support, Infrastructure and Training.

FDM Group is currently the UK’s largest graduate employer and is keen to address the balance of women in the IT industry. Figures suggest that only 16% of all British IT job seekers are women, and yet FDM boast a female majority within their management team.

In order to provide unique IT solutions for their clients worldwide from their offices in UK, USA, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland, FDM recruit IT graduates to work with them as IT Consultants on two-year graduate schemes at their FDM Academy. If you’re interested in a role, visit their website at for more information. As well as company and graduate programme information there are even hints and tips about how to improve your CV writing skills.

Applications are considered throughout the year, and vacancies are advertised on their FDM Academy graduate website.

As an FDM graduate you can choose to specialise in:

- Java Development
- .Net Development
- Testing
- Project Analysis
- Infrastructure
- Application Support

What is the recruitment process?

To apply to the FDM Group Graduate Programme you will need to complete the online application form and attach your current CV which should take just a matter of minutes.

If you are considered eligible you will be asked to attend an Assessment and Interview Session. This will include you being observed undertaking group and individual tasks as well as a one-to-one interview. Make sure you wear smart clothes.

FDM endeavour to let you know as soon as possible if you have been successful, and you are likely to have some feedback within 28 days of attending the Assessment Centre.

What do I need to apply?

If you’re interested in a place at the FDM Academy then you will ideally have an IT related degree or background, although subjects such as maths, physics and engineering may also be considered.
You should be geographically flexible.

If you’re interested in an international opportunity you will also need to be bilingual.


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Re: FDM Group Grduate Scheme
« Reply #1 on: January 28, 2013, 10:56:48 AM »
This is fantastic! especially as they are aiming more at women.  I don't know why more women don't apply for IT graduate positions or do IT at degree level.  My nephew is doing an IT degree at the moment so I will point him in this direction, I think he speaks German has he has lived there for part of his life too

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Re: FDM Group Grduate Scheme
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2013, 10:28:21 PM »
Speaking more than one language really does come in handy in many situations. In Britain, young people don't seem to speak other languages as fluently as people in other European countries.

I do think it should be encouraged, simply because of opportunities like this. If you're fairly fluent at popular languages such as German, French, Spanish etc., this might be something worth looking into if it interests you.

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