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Yale University School of Management

ONE REGION. 15 TOWNS. UNLIMITED POTENTIAL.


KEY SECTORS
Entrance to Smilow Cancer Center at Yale New Haven Hospital
Healthcare
Yale University Harkness Gate
Higher Education
Science Park in New Haven
Life Science
Hammonasset Beach State Park
Arts, Culture, & Tourism
Medtronic
Manufacturing
Center for Engineering Innovation Design at Yale University
Technology Sector

VIBRANT ECONOMY

Did you know that Greater New Haven is a hub of education, with six prestigious colleges and universities including the world-renown Yale University? Moreover, the education sector produces a skilled workforce that fosters innovation and growth. The healthcare and life sciences industries are booming here, and the arts, culture, and tourism scene is making a remarkable recovery. The manufacturing sector also offers excellent career opportunities for high school graduates and those with higher education degrees. All these aspects together make Greater New Haven a flourishing innovation center and a wonderful place to live, learn, work, and play.

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Greater New Haven/New England Regional Map

PRIME LOCATION

Located approximately halfway between Boston and New York City, New Haven is strategically positioned along the Interstate 95 corridor, a key transportation route linking the two metropolitan areas. Train service is provided by Metro-North (NYC) and Amtrak (NYC & Boston).