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Why Chicago?


Chicago is the third largest city in the United States. With its metropolitan area, commonly referred to as Chicagoland, Chicago is the most populous city in the Midwest Region of the United States. Rich in history and renowned for its architecture, Chicago is classified as a true alpha city. Since its foundation, Chicago has always been a major transportation hub. Centrally located within the United States, Chicago provides easy access to the world. The city has 2,900 daily flights, including direct and nonstop service, to more than 200 cities worldwide. It serves as a hub for all six Class-One North American Railroads, six major U.S. Interstates, and is the business, financial, and cultural capital of the Midwest. Since the Chicago World’s Fair of 1893, Chicago has been regarded as one of the ten most influential cities in the world.

Chicago provides the perfect blend of business and pleasure. As a major world financial center, Chicago is home to the nation’s second largest central business district and many Fortune 500 companies. Additional various Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the Chicagoland area. With two airports, ten national highways, and major train access from all areas of the country, Chicago is easily accessible from anywhere in the world.

There are a large number of colleges and universities in the Chicagoland area that attract a large population of students from all over the world. Consistently ranked among the top in the nation, the University of Chicago and Northwestern University were recently named among the top universities in United States by Forbes Magazine. Any field of study imaginable can be found at Chicago’s numerous colleges and universities.

Looking for something with a little more excitement? Chicago has a large theatre district with the latest Broadway plays, ballets, and musicals. There are several renowned museums in various areas of interest—from children’s museums to a planetarium. In addition, Chicago is home to two zoos and an aquarium. The city also has numerous parks and outdoor activities in which to partake, or you can choose to take a stroll down the Magnificent Mile for a day of shopping. Want to sit and relax? How about catching a game? There are nine professional sports teams within the area and over twenty minor league teams.

Chicago has an incredibly diverse population. The city’s diversity is represented by exotic cuisines and numerous festivals representing cultures from around the world. In fact, over 20% of the population is foreign born. Walking through the streets of Chicago, over 40 different languages can be heard. Wherever you are in the city, you are bound to feel at home in Chicago.


Diversity is widely seen as one the city’s most enduring features. Richard M. Daley, former Mayor of Chicago, has said, “We welcome immigrants from other lands as we have for generations. Out of our diversity comes our city’s greatest strength.” Current Mayor of Chicago has continued Chicago’s long-standing tradition of welcoming immigrants to the city. As Mayor Emanuel has recently stated, “I am committed to making Chicago the most immigrant-friendly city in the world”.