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.
University at Buffalo, The State University of New York School of Engineering and Applied Sciences has fully accredited programs and offers degrees for every level of education—undergraduate, graduate and doctoral.
Students and faculty from across the globe come to our school to conduct high-impact original research in science and engineering, to become leaders in engineering disciplines and related fields, and to find creative solutions to the most pressing challenges facing society.
36,000+ alumni in 50 states and 70 countries around the globe.
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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.
UB offers 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.
International Student and Scholar Services is the office at UB that helps members of our international community adjust to life in Buffalo. Support includes immigration services, trips, activities, workshops on all aspects of studying and living in the U.S., and more.
From the shores of Lake LaSalle to high-tech Greiner Hall, UB has a home for everyone. These are the only official on-campus housing options for UB students.
At UB, we are fortunate to have many vibrant International Student Clubs, which are a wonderful resource for new students.
UB's international student clubs and organizations 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.
In addition to our campus-wide international student clubs, the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences offers over 45 science and engineering related clubs and organizations.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
Some of the professors at University at Buffalo are just awesome and their curriculum and teaching methods justify the pains you take to come to this university, people around are friendly - always willing to help
The environment is good and gain new ideas about Electrical engineering field.I am graduate Electrical engineer with knowledge to improve systems and research further in this field.
This is a very large university, and it's easy to get lost in the scope of it all. It has a lot of strengths, but you need to be strong to make sure you cover the bases needed to graduate. The English Literature program is excellent.