Why choose the FDM Business Consulting Graduate Programme?
At FDM, we will give you the opportunity, skills and support to launch your successful career through our acclaimed Business Graduate Scheme. Following our renowned training programme, you will have the knowledge and confidence to work as an FDM Business Consultant with our industry-leading clients.
Every year, we launch the careers of thousands of graduates across the globe who go on to work with our clients on exciting tech projects. This could be influencing multi-million pound ventures or helping to develop cutting-edge technologies and applications.
As an FDM Business Consultant, you’ll work as a fully integrated member of our clients’ teams, allowing you to have a positive impact and make a real difference.
What you’ll do on the Business Consulting Graduate Programme
Our extensive training programme will equip you with the skills and confidence you need for a real step up in your career, covering both technical and commercial modules, as well as professional skills.
After completing the FDM Business Graduate Programme foundational training, you will be offered two distinct routes. You can follow the Risk, Regulation and Compliance pathway or the Business Consultant pathway, where you will train to enter a role as either a Project Support Officer or a Business Analyst.
Once trained, you will be placed on-site with one of our clients and get started on the exciting projects they have in store for you.
Business Consulting Graduate Programme career pathsOf the three pathways available, you might already have a clear idea which specialisation you would like to pick, or you might not be sure which career path suits you best. If you’re uncertain, apply to our Business Graduate Programme and we will provide you with guidance and information to help you decide.
Business Analysts are solution finders and problem solvers. Their role is to work with teams and departments across the business, gathering requirements and developing a deep understanding of an issue or opportunity. As an FDM Business Analyst, you will play an instrumental role at the heart of an organisation, giving critical insight into the design, development and delivery of projects to drive improvements or growth.Learn More
Project Support Officers (PSO) are programme organisers and people co-ordinators, working closely with Project Managers to plan, direct and drive forward key projects. As an FDM PSO you will directly impact the efficiency and effectiveness of important company-wide projects, and have a broad influence across all departments.Learn More
Risk, Regulation and Compliance Analysts (RRC) are forecasters and navigators. Working mainly in the financial sector, they use their commercial knowledge and experience to identify potential risks, safeguard assets against threat and analyse an organisation’s capacity for success within the industry. As an FDM RRC Analyst, you will play a strategic role predicting trends and future changes to ensure a business remains viable, profitable and safe.Learn More
What our consultants say
Business Analyst at Netcompany UK
University of Sussex
“FDM provided a platform and foundation for me to practice my passion for IT and I am now in my third year as a consultant. In my time on-site at the Home Office, I have been involved in two critical Agile projects impacting all departments within the organisation.”
KYC Analyst at Deutsche Bank Ireland
“My main responsibilities are the management of clients in the UAE and Qatar as well as Risk Management and Compliance focusing on Terrorist Financing and Money Laundering within Commercial Investment Banking. FDM gave me the opportunity to move abroad and work in Dublin, which has been a fantastic experience.”
Member of the CIO’s Office at British Airways
University of Exeter
“My daily activities involve engagement with stakeholders, governance of the IT department and Risk Management. During the implementation of a new Risk Management process across the whole IT department, I had the chance to work alongside very senior people which has increased my network and given me a great understanding of the department as a whole.”
Do you qualify for the FDM Business Graduate Programme?
At FDM, we focus on hiring adaptable, passionate and ambitious individuals who really want to make a difference for our clients. It is your drive that matters, not the details of your degree. That’s why we welcome candidates from all degree subjects and universities and no prior experience is needed.
If you are excited about starting your career in business, particularly within a tech environment, apply now. You will need to be:
- Educated to degree level (2:2 or higher)
- An excellent communicator
- Eligible to work in the UK
- Geographically flexible within the UK
- Able to commit to the full 2-year graduate careers programme
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Simply submit your application and CV here to kick-start your FDM journey.
A member of the FDM recruitment team will call you to discuss the programme and your career aspirations. Read our top tips for a telephone interview to find out how to ace this stage. This is also a great opportunity for you to ask us any questions you might have and get a feel for FDM.
During the video interview, we will ask you a few questions to find out more about you and your career goals. This can be completed from your computer, tablet or mobile phone. You can find our top tips on how to ace this stage of the interview on our blog.
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Support and Development
Our goal is to ensure happy and successful placements, which is why we have several support programmes in place to do just that. From learning and development to engagement and networking to wellbeing programmes, we’ll be with you every step of the way.
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