United States, New York

Established in 1846, the University at Buffalo is a first-class, research-intensive public university dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence. Nearly 31,503 students receive a heartfelt welcome every year by the flagship institution of the State University of New York (SUNY) system. Sophomores at UB pursue their academic interests through more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs in the broad spectrum of academic domains. The provision of high-quality teaching methods is ensured by the ratio of undergraduate students to undergraduate faculty, which is only 13:1. The School of Applied Sciences and Engineering in-particular out-stands and cooperates with companies in various ways, from continuing education, joint research projects to collaborative work arrangements for apprentices. Such exceptional accomplishments make the University at Buffalo the first choice for international students.

Campus Life

The university is a multi-campus institution. The North Campus is located in the town of Amherst, where most of the university’s undergraduate courses are located. Moreover, students living in the North Campus describe it as their small city. As they have their catering services, a bus system, postal codes and even a highway! The south campus is situated in a residential area in Buffalo and includes classic and ivy-covered buildings. The urban campus is the newest of the three campuses. Further, the students can establish a life-long relationship with each other by participating in more than 600 peculiar student organizations and clubs. UB has more than ten student dormitories and five campus apartment communities. Campus life makes it easier to study, meet new people and thrive overall. The residential dining centers, food courts, food trucks and snack bars are suitable for all tastes while providing healthy food choices.

Noted Alumni

The University of Buffalo is a renowned frontrunner and has been recognized by top university publications and guides for its outstanding value and high-quality education. In recent reports published by US News and WR, The Wall Street Journal and THE, UB is among the top 40 public national universities. Moreover, according to statistics from the Institute of International Education, it is one of the top 25 institutions from the last 15 years in the United States that have hosted international students. In terms of higher education values, Kiplinger's also rated University at Buffalo as one of the best institutions.