Google tops with business, engineering students

IBM, KPMG also popular in Universum's global rankings
|hrreporter.com|Last Updated: 10/01/2012

Google is definitely the top choice of students with a business or engineer background, according to Universum’s global index of top employers.

In surveying the preferences of more than 144,000 career seekers from 12 of the the world’s economies — Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, Spain, the United Kingdom and United States — Google came out on top both in the business and engineering category.

The World's Most Attractive Employers Index highlights the world’s most powerful employer brands, companies that excel in talent attraction and retention.

The automotive industry is becoming increasingly popular with students, found Universum, and oil, gas and energy are also attracting engineering students. Management consulting is on the rise in the business index.

The World’s Most Attractive Employers for 2012

Business

1. Google
2. KPMG
3. Procter & Gamble
4. Microsoft
5. Deloitte
6. Ernst & Young
7. PwC
8. J.P. Morgan
9. Coca-Cola Company
10. Goldman Sachs
11. Apple
12. L’Oreal
13. BMW
14. McKinsey & Company
15. Sony
16. IBM
17. The Boston Consulting Group
18. Adidas
19. Morgan Stanley
20. Johnson & Johnson
21. Ikea
22. Bank of America Merrill Lynch
23. Deutsche Bank
24. Nestle
25. LVMH
26. HSBC
27. Unilever
28. Accenture
29. Citi
30. Bain & Company
31. PepsiCo
32. General Electric
33. Kraft Foods
34. Volkswagen
35. Credit Suisse
36. UBS
37. American Express
38. Heineken
39. Intel
40. Esso/Exxon Mobile
41. HP
42. Siemens
43. Shell
44. Daimler
45. Toyota
46. Ford Motor Company
47. Pfizer
48. 3M
49. Dell
50. Mars

Engineering

1. Google
2. IBM
3. Microsoft
4. BMW
5. Intel
6. General Electric
7. Siemens
8. Apple
9. Sony
10. Procter & Gamble
11. Shell
12. Volkswagen
13. Johnson & Johnson
14. Coca-Cola Company
15. General Motors
16. Esso/Exxon Mobil
17. Ford Motor Company
18. Toyota
19. McKinsey & Company
20. HP
21. BP
22. Nestle
23. Cisco Systems
24. Daimler
25. Bosch
26. Schlumberger
27. 3M
28. Unilever
29. L’Oreal
30. Pfizer
31. Goldman Sachs
32. Bayer
33. Accenture
34. Philips
35. Ikea
36. Dell
37. BASF
38. The Boston Consulting Group
39. Kraft Foods
40. J.P. Morgan
41. Adidas
42. Oracle
43. Volvo Cars
44. Lenovo
45. Deloitte
46. Schneider Electric
47. Nokia
48. Novartis
49. PepsiCo
50. LVMH

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