Disney landed at No. 1 on the Humanities list, No. 2 on the Business list, No. 8 on the Natural Science list, No. 9 on the Computer Science list, No. 9 on the Engineering list and No. 11 on the MBA list.
More than 46,000 business, computer science, engineering, humanities/liberal arts/education and natural sciences undergraduate students, along with MBA candidates, were surveyed between October 2013 and January 2014. Universum then created six lists based on responses from students within each academic discipline. Participants chose an unlimited number of employers they would consider working for from a list of 230. From their considered employers, students were asked to choose their top five “ideal” employers.
At Disney, we aim to provide employees highly creative and innovative atmospheres using the latest technology to deliver groundbreaking, memorable entertainment experiences for our global audiences. By doing so, the Company’s outstanding storytelling has engaged consumers everywhere. Whether it’s the phenomenal success of Frozen at the box office and beyond or expanding our theme park presence to Shanghai, we continue to remain committed to building strong brands, growing our franchises and delivering world-class guest experiences.
It’s gratifying to know that tomorrow’s dreamers and doers view Disney as an ideal employer, and we always look forward to welcoming the next generation of employees that will write the next chapter of our story. Visit DisneyCareers.com and DisneyInterns.com for more information about working at Disney, and follow Facebook.com/DisneyCareers and Facebook.com/DisneyInterns to learn about job and internship opportunities in real time.