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Capgemini is a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services with a presence in 44 countries.

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About Capgemini

With more than 125,000 people in 44 countries, Capgemini is one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2012 global revenues of EUR 10.3 billion. Together with it's clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business and technology solutions that fit their needs and drive the results they want.

Your Career

What to expect

Working collaboratively is what gives Capgemini the edge. You'll be joining other professionals, sharing ideas and using common processes and methodologies, as you work on innovative technology development for clients on a whole range of diverse and challenging assignments. This collaboration ensures that you and your team can make the most of your skills.

If you're looking to develop a broad range of experience and skills, to work alongside experts in the newest technologies, and to gain exposure to different potential career routes - then a career in Capgemini is the right choice for you.

Whether you have a degree in Finance, Business Management, HR, Computer Science or another subject there are a range of options working with clients in many different industries solving today's business challenges. You'll be offered the opportunity to gain professional qualifications as well as developing the wider skills you need to succeed in the business world.

From the moment you join, you'll be working on live projects, enjoying real responsibility and making a significant contribution to the company's success. You'll learn first-hand from experts and soon you'll become an expert too.


Management Consulting Programme

    You will being with a two-week induction led by graduating CDC members; providing you with the basic skills for your first project. After that, your formal training starts with a residential Consulting Skills Workshop run by its corporate university. You then complete a number of learning events within its academy structure, providing you with skills in communication, strategic analysis, collaborative working, financial analysis and other management disciplines.

    You'll be placed in one of the capability teams, which cover the full spectrum of the business. After six months, you'll have the option to stay with this team or rotate into another one.

    During your programme you will be allocated an experience consultant as your mentor. They will help you to plan your performance and development. You will also have access to an experienced graduate scheme manager as well as a 'buddy'.

Technology Graduate Programme

    There are four components that make up your full Technology Graduate Programme training:

    • Formal Training: Both role-specific and personal skills; virtual training, face-to-face or a blend of both. You'll be encouraged to achieve professional recognition, including various accreditations and certifications.
    • Informal Training: You'll continually be working with industry experts who will help you to apply your new skills and develop new knowledge on the job.
    • Networking: You'll build contacts within the graduate community, and later across the business.
    • Mentoring: Once you join, you'll be assigned a 'buddy' - typically a graduate already on the programme - along with several senior staff to support, guide and mentor you

General Management Prgramme

    There's a carefully defined and closely monitored learning and development framework for the General Management Programme. Within that framework, training is tailored both to your aspirations and what you need at any given time e.g, additional training (if required) each time you move on to a different business area.

    You'll meet senior business leaders on a regular basis so you really understand what your function within the organisation is. From day one you'll be given a list of names to speak to in other strategic business units, so you'll quickly create a network and understand how the company works. Regular business updates are organised across the company, so your knowledge becomes well-rounded.

What does the future hold?

Capgemini is always growing and so should you. It prioritises the personal development of it's team members with the Capgemini Group University.

In addition...

Capgemini has 300 offices in 44 countries across the world. You'll have opportunities to travel or work in different locations.