Digital education in schools:
Our vision. Our plans. Our goals.
Teachers for Tomorrow
Teaching is your passion? We are here to support you! With "Teachers for Tomorrow" we would like to thank all teachers, because today's teachers are building tomorrow's society. To meet your challenges in digitalization at school, Fujitsu helps with products, services, and solutions that make your life easier and education more successful.
How to drive digitalization in school?
In the Fujitsu Inspiring Teachers video series, we let educators (from all over Europe) have their say. What are their insights? How do they implement digitalization in schools? They report on their challenges, successes and the opportunities. Get inspired!
James Culley – LDEUTC
FIDA Study 2022
Almost all of Europe lags behind in teaching digital skills. Among other things, the FIDA study shows that in most European countries there are deficits in digital literacy in schools. This needs to change. FIDA (Fujitsu Program for International Digital Skills Assessment) is a biennial research initiative that identifies the digital literacy needs of students and provides valuable insights for appropriate action. You can find more compelling results in the current study.
Learning from our expertise
Fujitsu successfully cooperates with various universities and can rely on many years of experience, which helps to meet growing technical requirements and continuously improve the quality of teaching.
Fujitsu Products & Services for Education
Especially for schools we offer a wide range of services, as well as special hardware and software offers that are tailored to the needs of schools.
Digitalization for a better future
As a company of the future, Fujitsu is doing everything in its power to ensure that our planet remains as wonderful in the future. That's why we offer the latest corporate audits and transparent insights into how we live social responsibility and sustainability. We offer insights into assessing the carbon footprint of our products and the greenhouse gas emissions from transporting client computing devices.