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Oracle Overview

Redwood City, CA (US)
10000+ employees
Company - Public (ORCL)
Enterprise Software & Network Solutions
€5 to €10 billion (EUR) per year

SAP, Salesforce, Microsoft

Oracle is the world’s leading provider of business software. But you probably already knew that. With a presence in over 175 countries, we are one of the biggest technology companies on the planet. What you might not know is that we are leading a cloud ... Read more

Mission: To help people see data in new ways, discover insights, unlock endless possibilities.

Oracle Reviews

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    Positive Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I have been working at Oracle full-time (More than 10 years)


    flexible, nice offices, health care


    more money, some managers are not managers more they knew people and had no skills

    Advice to Management

    more opportunities for promotions

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Oracle Photos

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Oracle Interviews



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Getting an Interview





    Graduate Software Developer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through a recruiter. I interviewed at Oracle.


    I was contacted via linkedin and asked if I would like to interview with oracle for a graduate position, I accepted the offer and had 1 phone interview with the company.

    Firstly they used a phonecall instead of something like skype/zoom etc. and called from the UK (I was in Ireland), meaning I could barely hear the interviewer because of the bad phone line which could have easily been avoided.

    Secondly, the interviewer was a recruiter and asked lots of technical questions that seemed to be more "tech buzzwords" than actual questions. For example, I said I had worked creating API endpoints in my previous work and was asked "what companies endpoints did I work with", to which I kind of just had to reiterate that I was the one making the endpoints for the company I was working for.

    The recruiter didn't seem to have read my CV, meaning a lot of questions were very basic things that at first I thought were being clarified but instead seemed to be the first time that they had heard the answer. It was pointed out that this wasn't a "graduate program" but instead I would keep the title graduate for an indefinite period which sounds like an awful system.

    They did not come back to me after this screening and I would recommend other graduates avoid them.

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Company Updates

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Oracle Awards & Accolades

  • Candidates’ Choice Award(Enterprise Software & Network Solutions), Glassdoor, 2015
  • The 15 Most Powerful Tech Companies(#10 - in America), Business Insider, 2015
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