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Global top 50 engineering companies

Not sure where to start your job hunt? Find out who UK students voted to be the best engineering firms to work for

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Sony took the ninth place this year

Almost 200,000 business and engineering students from top universities weighed in on what companies and employer characteristics they find most attractive. 

As in the last four years, the 2013 rankings are compiled from student surveys in the world’s 12 largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Russia, UK and USA.

Top 50 engineering and IT companies in the world

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

Source: universumglobal.com

Top tip: Want to find employment with one of these global companies? Many firms will offer student placements and apprenticeship opportunities. Make sure you visit the company's website to find out what they have an offer that could suit you.

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