Are you looking to take your first step into your technology career, but not sure where to start? The FDM Graduate Programme could be for you.
No matter what you’ve studied or what your background is, here at FDM we believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to have an amazing career in IT and technology. That’s why, in 2018, we launched the careers of over 1,100 graduates. As the UK’s leading IT Graduate Employer, FDM Group is a FTSE 250 employer with a global footprint working with some of the world’s most reputable organisations such as; Adidas Services, HSBC and EPAM Systems.
We currently have over 3,700 consultants on-site and you could be next! FDM’s services within Asia have expanded and we now require a number of bilingual (English with Mandarin or Cantonese) IT Consultants to work closely with key clients in mainland China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Australia. We are currently seeking a number of high-calibre candidates with the drive to work in IT and business sectors, to join our award-winning Graduate Programme. We have a variety of programmes for you to train on, including Project Support Officer, Business Analyst, Software Developer (JAVA), Application Support Analyst or MX.3 Support Analyst.
How is the programme structured?
Your journey will begin in one of FDM’s training academies in London, Leeds or Glasgow, where you will receive commercially relevant training and the chance to gain industry recognised qualifications, as well as mentoring and support throughout. Our award-winning Graduate Programme provides a wealth of opportunity to gain transferable skills as well as becoming an expert within your field. After successfully completing your training, you will work with one or more of our clients across the APAC region during the two-year programme.
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Whether you’ve been studying for a role in the technology industry or not, we have exciting opportunities available for you. We have multiple start dates all year round, so why not make an application today?