Audi Voted Europe’s Top Employer

Audi Voted Europe’s Top Employer

Audi is once again the preferred employer among students, capturing a fourth consecutive win in the renowned employer rankings of the research institutes Trendence and Universum.

Recently, Audi Hungaria was voted Hungary’s most attractive company and Audi Brussels took first place in the Belgian “Employer of the Year” survey. According to the latest Universum survey, every fourth German engineer and nearly every fifth graduate in business management would like to start their career at the German automaker.

The Audi Group plans on recruiting around 4,800 employees worldwide this year, with 1,500 in Germany alone. In addition, 700 people will get to enjoy a traineeship or apprenticeship at Audi this year.

Every year, Universum polls more than 23,000 students of 107 universities while the Tredence survey takes the opinions of 37,000 students of 130 universities. The Universum survey also revealed that Audi is rising among IT students and graduates in natural sciences. The automaker has moved up from 13th place to sixth place among those graduates.

“Once again this year, we are the Number One preferred employer amongst students,” said Thomas Sigi, Board of Management Member for Human Resources and Labor Relations Director at Audi AG. “Our attractive working conditions and the excellent development opportunities in Germany and at our international sites appeal to future specialists and executives.”

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