The top 50 dream companies for business students around the world

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Google is on top yet again.

The company is famous for its appealing perks, great pay, and an exceptional workplace culture - so it's no surprise that undergraduate business students find the search giant to be the most desirable employer.

Universum, a global research and advisory firm, surveyed 145,437 undergraduates studying business in the 12 countries with the world's largest GDPs - Germany, France, UK, Italy, Russia, US, China, Japan, Brazil, India, Canada, and South Korea.

The business students were asked to choose the companies and organizations they'd most like to work for.

Universum then put together a ranking of the most desirable employers, based on the number of undergraduate business students who chose a company as one of their dream employers.

Google, which specializes in online advertising technologies, cloud computing, software, and, of course, search, landed at the top of the list for a third consecutive year.

Goldman Sachs, Apple, EY, and PwC rounded out the top five.

Here are the top 50:

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