From our founding as an engineering school in 1946, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences builds upon its proud legacy of excellent educational programs and world-class research.
Our nine departments offer a broad array of educational programs for undergraduate and graduate students.
Multidisciplinary teams collaborate in our research centers, institutes and collaborative projects to address a wide variety of topics such as health care, personal security and recovery from natural disasters.
We are the largest and most comprehensive of the SUNY engineering schools. Our faculty and students have access to world-class experimental and computational facilities and are active in multidisciplinary research initiatives at UB. Explore this website to learn more about our school.
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Excellent support services for international students and scholars are one reason UB has managed to triple its international enrollment in the past 15 years. We offer a special, week-long orientation for international students, along with an array of ongoing support services designed to help members of our international community succeed in the classroom and enjoy all that Buffalo has to offer.
Campus Living provides residential environments that assist students in being academically and personally successful. Official on-campus housing for students includes both residence halls and apartment complexes.
The School of Engineering and Applied Sciences occupies six buildings on UB's North Campus: Bell, Bonner, Davis, Furnas, Jarvis and Ketter Hall. Together, these buildings form an outstanding educational and research facility, comprising 275,000 square feet of laboratory and office space.
UB's international student clubs possess a wealth of information about academic programs, campus resources, social opportunities and life in Buffalo. While the clubs are all very different, they revolve around specific countries, cultures, languages and/or religions. It is easy to get involved with any club in which you have an interest—regardless of your own affiliation. All you need is a desire to get involved and to learn.
I like that there are alot of clubs and events, Another positive feedback is that if you are graduating from a sunny school and want to transfer to UB about 90% of your classes will transfer correctly. A negative of UB is that they spend so much money on American football and that leaves the other sports for men with barely any budget and thats why they cancelled the men...
The campus is very nice. All buildings are connected with inside corridor so that during winter season people don't need to walk from outside. . All building are very clean. Professors are always willing to help you when you asking for help. There are lots of The only issue with me is the lack of parking lots. Although it already has plenty, but I am always having a hard...
I think the faculty are excellent and knowledgeable, and the students are collaborative and interested in learning from one another, with many networking opportunities. While my studies are focused on Cybersecurity, I think the CS&E program is well rounded enough that the degree requirements give me a good foundation. Also, plentiful internship opportunities.
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