Business students see EY as most attractive advisory

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Big Four professional services firm EY is the most attractive advisory company for college students engaged in business-related studies, reveals new global research involving 230,000 students carried out by Universum, according to a press release sent to the Budapest Business Journal.

EY achieved third place overall among all companies, ranking just below Google and Goldman Sachs among business students.

"In Hungary, we do everything to make our company the primary target of college students after their years of studies," says Botond Rencz, EYʼs country managing partner for Hungary. "Therefore, among others, we provide a unique package of benefits, inspiring office environment, global knowledge database, and flexible work process for the youth, alongside the unparalleled expertise they could learn from our experienced colleagues."

Globally, EY spent approximately USD 500 million and 13 million work hours on training inside the organization, with special attention on getting to know emerging technologies. EYʼs recognition grew by 24% among IT students in the past year, partially due to this, according to the press release.

EY currently employs 260,000 people in 150 countries all around the world. In Hungary, the company is planning to hire more than 100 new employees by the end of the business year in June 2019.

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