About Washington University in St. Louis
Washington University in St. Louis is a private teaching and research university offering a variety of undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs. The University's educational mission is centered on developing students to be bold, independent, and creative thinkers in serving a global society.
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About St. Louis
Washington University students have many opportunities to explore the vibrant metropolitan area of St. Louis. Beyond the comfortable suburban campus is a learning lab, well-stocked with the cultural and business resources of a major city. Home to many well-known international and regional businesses, St. Louis is known as a hub for medical and technological research and innovation. CNN Money named St. Louis one of the top five "Fastest growing cities for tech jobs" in 2012. Students appreciate convenient access to the region's resources. In 2009, Forbes Magazine listed St. Louis as No. 4 on its "Most Affordable Places To Live Well" list.
Employers in St. Louis
There are many companies in the St. Louis area that can offer employment opportunities to ESE graduates. Examples include Ameren, Anheuser-Busch, Antibody Research Corporation, Biomerieux, Boeing, DuPont, EKG Labs, Elekta, Emerson Electric, Exegy, Flight Safety International, GeoEye, Hunter Engineering , Intelligrated,Jost Chemical, Lickenbrock Technologies , Mallinckrodt, MasterCard, Medtronic, MEMC Electronic Materials Inc., Monsanto, Neursolutions , New Leaf Symbiotics, Northrop Grumman, Observable Networks, Pfizer, PhysAssist,Pulse Therapeutics, Sachs Electric, SAIC, Sigma-Aldrich, Splice Machine, Stability Biologics, and SunEdison.
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