UB creates critical thinkers, creative problem solvers, knowledge creators and leaders. We’ll help you achieve your goals through close collaborative relationships with our faculty, research opportunities, mentoring, internships and experiential learning.
We encourage our students to make connections and engage with the world, and we’ll help you develop the skills and mindset that will position you for success.
UB provides important career planning and placement resources from the moment you arrive on campus, and we remain a helpful resource for you after you graduate. Our career counselors can help you identify your skills and strengths, develop your academic path, connect you with mentoring programs, and help you apply for campus jobs and off-campus internships.
UB offers opportunities to work on campus in many jobs that will help you gain valuable work experience. Campus jobs are another way to explore a field you might want to pursue — and earn money for college.
Internships are a great way to explore options, try out fields of interest, build your network and begin defining career goals. UB has hundreds of valuable internship opportunities.
UB connects you with our faculty experts and to potential employers off campus. Hundreds of top companies visit UB annually. They include Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo! and they recruit students and graduates for internships and full-time employment.
When you graduate from UB, you'll have a great degree that creates possibilities and connects you with enough fellow alumni to help you feel welcome anywhere. With 25 regional and 12 international alumni association chapters, UB makes it easy to stay in touch and build your professional network.
While you’re a student, we help connect you to a large network of alumni at corporations around the globe. Meet alumni on campus for mentoring, advice and conversation. You can even join our alumni for a day at their workplace to see what the working world is really like!
Here are just a few of our many accomplished UB alumni:
The UB Mentor Network has 450+ alumni, parents and employers who serve as a resource to UB students and recent graduates, offering their perspective on career choice, internships, job searching, continuing education and professional advancement.
At UB Career Conversations, students network with alumni from all over the world without leaving campus.