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I would describe the culture as supportive and flexible. The majority of my colleagues are always happy to help and teach me things.
What do you love about working at Fujitsu?
I believe there are no limits here. I want to exceed my potential and have an incredibly successful career- I feel I'm on my way to achieving that. I also have a fantastic support network here – people I see as family. I moved across the country for this role, so that's really important to me.
What is a typical day like for you?
A typical day would start with coming into the office for 8AM, doing general admin and preparing for the day. On my current account, the focus is around IT infrastructure and development. I normally have multiple meetings and leave the office at round 4PM. After work I will either to go the gym or attend a university webinar.
What made you apply to Fujitsu?
I read Fujitsu's degree advert online, I liked how flexible it was with different specialisation routes. At first I didn’t apply, but a few weeks later my father and I had to take a detour through Winchester. Driving through the city, we fell in love with it and I tried to recall where I had read the name ‘Winchester’ before. I finally realised it was the advert for Fujitsu’s Degree Apprenticeship scheme at the University of Winchester.
What training do you receive on the programme?
My BSc (Hons) in Digital and Technology Solutions is my main form of training. Other than my degree, my managers are very supportive of me undertaking external courses and qualifications that help me in my role.
What is the company culture like?
I would describe the culture as supportive and flexible. The majority of my colleagues are always happy to help and teach me things. I am fortunate enough to have incredibly supportive managers who encourage me to always be the best I can be.