With 100-plus colleges and universities, an unparalleled concentration of internationally renowned science and technology businesses, and a dynamic start-up culture fueled by ever-expanding venture capital resources, the Boston region is more than Silicon Valley East. Boston is home to the first officially designated Innovation Districts in the United States.
Boston is a truly global city–placed among the top 30 most economically powerful cities in the world–a youthful, lively community whose focus is on educating the next generation of technology leaders.
World-class culture and recreation, amazing job and internship opportunities, and a reputation as one of the country’s most livable (not to mention historic and beautiful) cities—no wonder more than 250,000 students choose to study and launch their careers here.
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