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Fujitsu Graduate Business Consultant Interview Questions

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Graduate Business Consultant Interview

Anonymous Interview Candidate in London, England (UK)
No Offer
Neutral Experience
Difficult Interview

Application

I applied online. I interviewed at Fujitsu (London, England (UK)) in February 2018.

Interview

It was a video interview. I cannot remember how long you have to prepare for it but you are given 1 minute to answer. Shorter than most video interviews but pretty standard. The questions were all in the format of 'Tell me a time when...' or 'Give an example when you demonstrated...' Most of the questions centered around the values and work ethics of Fujitsu so make sure you familiarize yourself with them.

Interview Questions

  • What was your biggest mistake and what did you learn from it?   1 Answer

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    Graduate Business Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    Declined Offer
    Neutral Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Fujitsu.

    Interview

    1- Finish an online situational assessment where you have to grade an action by its effectiveness in a given situation.
    2- Online aptitude test, verbal, numerical and logical. Quite standard, you have 3 minutes to answer each one.
    3- Video interview. You have to answer a question after 30 seconds of receiving it and for 1 minute. Can be tricky, as they are all questions about past situations in your life or work experiences, and can be hard to explain the full situation in 1 min.
    4- If you succeed , you are invited to the assessment center at the company

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    Graduate Business Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Bracknell, England (UK)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 4 weeks. I interviewed at Fujitsu (Bracknell, England (UK)) in January 2017.

    Interview

    Very helpful and polite staff. Assessment day started as introductions. then 2 group tasks and one presentation. After lunch people who weren't successful were asked to go home, while those who were prepared for interview. One final interview at the end.

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    Business Consultant Graduate Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I interviewed at Fujitsu in April 2019.

    Interview

    Applied online, did a standard ability test (reading, numerical analysis & abstract pattern recognition). This was followed by an online pre-recorded interview with mainly personality related questions. The next step was an in person assessment center at their offices.

    Interview Questions

    • Tell us about one time you did the 'right' thing even though it made things more difficult for you.   Answer Question

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    Graduate Business Consultant Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Manchester, England (UK)
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. The process took 7+ months. I interviewed at Fujitsu (Manchester, England (UK)) in March 2019.

    Interview

    Typically process before the assessment day. Graduates are actually the ones who mark and assess your video interviews, I thought mine went horrendously and I managed to get through so just keep going.

    Assessment day

    As an introduction we had to pick a movie star to play the role of our life. Personally, I think its really important to make sure you pick someone whom is relevant (i.e. said person would play me because they've played a vast amount of role and I believe I'm quite a diverse individual) as opposed to anything too relaxed (someone said Seth Rogen because they are 'quite chilled', definitely not a good choice). This section is not marked so I wouldn't go overboard, just a justified answer in a relaxed form.

    Next we had our first group task which involved building a robot (there were three more sections but we didn't get past the original task). Each of us took a turn to see how the robot needs to be laid out, and then we would describe it to the group without showing them the picture or pointing. This section isn't about how fast you complete it as a group, or how well you perform individually, the most important thing is how well you interact with your team. Don't be that person who tries to dominate the task.

    Presentations are next. Relax, take your time, make sure you don't use your slides as references too much. It is a chance to impress so bring in relevant notes if you have any which help to demonstrate how you're genuinely interested in technology.

    Last group task is about 4/5 sheets of information, you sit down and are given a role (Financial director/HR/etc etc), the main point is to select which Fujitsu location would be best for your role. Make sure you fully understand your role and look for all the relevant information that will affect your decision, write them all down and formulate some good points which justify your answer. Listen to people when they are talking, let people speak but equally get your point across in a polite manner.

    Lunch follows. They'll pick the people they want to go for the final stage of the process.

    Lastly, there is an interview. I believe these will be tailored to your CV so there isn't too much advice I can give you. I would just say try to show enthusiasm in the interview and take your time answering the questions, think about the question before giving an answer.

    I spoke to a graduate who said the hiring managers are looking more towards personalities rather than your skills. From my experiences on the day and how I approached it, I think you have to prove you're motivated for the role, use lunch as part of the assessment day rather than just a casual chat to the other individuals on the day. Listen closely at the start for who's hiring for which position, figure out the one you like the sound of best and make sure you go up to them and ask questions about the role. They know you won't know what their role actually entails so don't worry about asking silly questions.

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