UB is a premier public research university in the northeastern United States. The largest and most comprehensive campus in the 64-campus SUNY system, we are an established leader and are consistently recognized by top university guides and publications for our excellent value, high-quality academics and inclusion and engagement of international students.
With 29 departments, 16 special programs, five strategic initiatives and 23 centers and institutes, the College is the largest interdisciplinary acedemic unit at the University at Buffalo. We offer degrees in:
Work alongside our 450 dedicated, internationally-recognized faculty in cutting-edge research and artistic spaces. From crucial advances in climate science and addiction studies to understanding democracy or pushing the boundaries of creative expression, there's a project—and an expert mentor—for you.
Meet Atindra, a graduate student from India studying within the Department of Biological Sciences.
Meet Nan, a graduate student from China studying international trade within the Department of Geography.
Meet Ana, a graduate student from Georgia studying within the Department of Global Gender and Sexuality Studies.
Learn more about the College of Arts and Sciences' Graduate International Trade Program.
UB offers many funding opportunities for graduate students, such as research and teaching assistantships (contact your program of interest to learn more about degree-specific funding), Presidential Fellowships and Dean's Scholarships, dissertation fellowships and the Mark Diamond Research Fund.
Graduate fairs, info sessions and virtual events offer the perfect opportunity for up-close learning about the College, campus culture, financial aid options and what sets UB apart from the crowd.
To receive more information on a specific graduate program or international application requirements, applicants should contact the College of Arts and Sciences graduate enrollment team, at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the department or program to which they are applying to.
For a general overview of UB's international admissions process and university-wide resources, please visit the International Undergraduate Admissions website.