Supporting our
university partners


Universities

Universities

FDM has over 170 partnerships with university careers services and academic departments across the world. We support universities’ employability strategies by providing programming that prepares their graduates for the corporate world, helping to hone the skills they need to build meaningful and rewarding long term careers.

FDM’s engagements on university campuses have included:

  • Curriculum projects with first and second year students to develop skills for real life business challenges
  • Professional skills, personal brand, CV and interview workshops
  • Sponsorship of student societies and university skills awards across all subject disciplines
  • Hackathons and digital workshops
  • Contributing to faculty advisory boards and employability strategy groups
  • Promoting opportunities for women in STEM via bespoke workshops and initiatives

Global Recruitment 2019

3,900+ FDM consultants worldwide

3,900+ FDM consultants worldwide

2,100+ careers launched in 2019 globally

2,100+ careers launched in 2019 globally

900+ graduate recruitment events held globally in 2019

900+ graduate recruitment events held globally in 2019

We recruit from 500+ universities

We recruit from 500+ universities

c 60,000 applications

c 60,000 applications

7,000+ candidates assessed

7,000+ candidates assessed

1,200+ assessment centres

1,200+ assessment centres

“FDM provides opportunities and a stepping stone for graduates to launch their career in IT, banking and other business services. Graduates gain fruitful experience especially when they are placed with blue chip organisations in Asia Pacific.”

Business Career Development, City University of Hong Kong

“FDM have a unique understanding of the digital transformation happening in the finance and technology sector. We are deeply impressed with FDM on taking the journey with our graduates and helping them to implement a roadmap for success. We look forward to keeping a close collaboration with them on building up a bigger population of IT consulting professionals in Hong Kong.”

Career Development Officer, Hong Kong Baptist University