Fujitsu Day in Gothenburg

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Hi, my name is Gizem Bozkus and I am one of five graduates at Fujitsu Sweden. I have been with the company for almost three months now and it has been great so far! The past few months have been a combination of personal development, learning about the company as a whole and getting started on new projects.

Just last week all graduates took part in “Fujitsu Day” in Gothenburg, which involved several really interesting seminars about different services we provide our customers. The day was really valuable, packed with lots of information and even the chance to try out some of our new products and innovations! However, on the way home from Gothenburg our train broke down for several hours. More precisely, it ended up taking us 6 extra hours to get back to Stockholm via a detour. But hey, at least we graduates had plenty of time to get to know each other better over free sandwiches and now we can also say we have been to Falköping 😉

Have a nice day everyone!

Was happy to be stuck with these lovely ladies.

Was happy to be stuck with these lovely ladies.


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My Fujitsu Trainee Position and Travels


Hi, my name is Rachel Dee Thor and I’m one of the five new Fujitsu Sweden graduates. Originally from Toronto, I recently graduated with a MSc. General Management from the Stockholm School of Economics. I’m really happy to share my experiences with those of you looking for your own fantastic trainee position after graduation!

It’s been just two months since I started here at the Stockholm office and I’ve already learned so much. My position is within our Managed Infrastructure Services (MIS) area where I work with a large retail customer. My team manages a range of services for this retailer such as Service Desk, Technical and Maintenance, Data Center and Network and Communication services. The plan for me as a trainee is to experience all the different areas of this account throughout the program before deciding which role will be a good fit. Since my team is spread out across Europe, this also means I get to do some travelling.

To understand the ways of working at our Fujitsu Service Desks, I visited my colleagues up in Östersund last month and then made my way to Poland for a few days last week. Both visits were super valuable in understanding what services we’re managing from headquarters. For the remainder of this month I’ll be attending different trainings. First a three-day Lean course in Gothenburg, then back to the London for a couple days focusing on innovation before rounding off the month in Linköping doing the next module for the graduate program. On a normal day at the office in Stockholm I have a variety of projects and responsibilities. Several of these tasks involve implementing standardized processes at the team management or service delivery level, while I also have the chance to shadow and assist my manager in some day-to-day activities and customer relations.


I hope this gave you a little insight into what it can be like as a graduate within MIS, Fujitsu!

Visiting the Service Desk :)

Visiting the Service Desk 🙂


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Introduction days in London

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Hi everyone!

My name is Stina Nilsson Helander and I’m the other trainee located at the Gothenburg office.  I’m originally from Stockholm, but I’ve spent the last four years in Linköping were I studied Business and Administration at Linköping University. So for me, both the Graduate Programme and Gothenburg are very new and exciting!

During our second week at Fujitsu we travelled to London to meet all the other graduates from across EMEIA for a two day introduction. In total we are about 80 graduates enrolled in the programme, with the majority being based in the UK and Ireland. In addition to us five Swedes, we also have one graduate located in France, one in Belgium and another in the Netherlands.

The two days in London were really fun! It was a great mix of information regarding the programme and the company. We also took part in several group exercises that ranged from a team juggling challenge to testing our Lean skills by becoming paper airplane manufacturers. One of the main focuses during these two days was to network and start building relationships with as many of the graduates as possible, but I think only a few managed to talk to all 80 of us! Now we’re looking forward to the next joint event together. This event will be held in Stockholm and introduce us to the Lean methodology (Sense and Respond) used in Fujitsu.

Have a great weekend everyone! 🙂



Fujitsu EMEIA Graduates 2016


The fives Swedes


First day in London


Celebrating a grads birthday


“The Gothenburg twins” exploring London








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The first week as a Fujitsu Graduate

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Hello everyone!

My name is Stefania Reynisdottir and I´m one of this year’s Fujitsu Sweden graduates. I originally come from Iceland but I have been living in Gothenburg the last two years. Before I got this position I was a student at Chalmers University of Technology where I studied Industrial Engineering.

The Fujitsu Graduate Programme is a 2 year international programme with around 80 graduates across EMEIA. This is the first year that Fujitsu Sweden has launched the programme which is really exciting. In total we are five graduates, three of us are located in Stockholm and two of us in Gothenburg. Together we want to share with you our journey as a Fujitsu Graduate.


Maria (Director HR), Gizem, Camilla, Stina, Stefania, Rachel and Karin (Managing Director)

We started on the 12th of September and already in the first week, myself and Stina, (the other graduate located at the Gothenburg office) travelled to Stockholm for two days to meet the other graduates. Our first day was an introduction day for all new Fujitsu employees in Sweden. We were introduced to the management team, learned about the different business lines within the company and lastly were introduced to Lean@Fujitsu which is a really big part of the Fujitsu Way. This was introduced by dividing us into two groups to play a Lean Game so that we could experience and test the Lean principles and practices in action. The second day of introduction was organized specifically for just us five graduates, then we met more colleagues from different departments and learned more about the different areas within Fujitsu.

These two days were really fun and packed with valuable information regarding the company. However, the best part was to get to know the other graduates which to our pleasant surprise were all girls!  🙂

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