In addition to the 50+ programs UB offers, many directed by our
faculty, you can choose among 600 programs offered by other SUNY
campuses in more than 60 countries.
Hallstatter See, Austria
Photo: Tyler Sleap
Studying abroad adds to your UB education through courses,
research and learning environments not available at UB.
Archaeological dig, Turkey
Photo: Peter Biehl, Archaeology
Study abroad isn’t as expensive as you think; costs can be
comparable to studying at UB, and they can be defrayed by one of
our many scholarships.
Photo: Zachary Barkin, Architecture
Studying abroad gives you a real edge and makes your resume
Sahara Desert, Morocco
Photo: Julie Ficarra, International Studies
Studying abroad is one of the best ways to acquire global
awareness and cross-cultural skills, essential tools for the global
International Christian University, Japan
Photo: Linda Huang, Business
There is no better way to gain fluency in a language than
through an immersion experience abroad.
Photo: Benny K. Higo, Communication
Employers and graduate schools recognize the benefits of study
abroad in preparing students for advanced study and careers in the
Photo: Zakaria Boucetta, Architecture
Why studying abroad is right for you:
Confront language and cultural barriers and come to terms with the
stories of a city and a nation indelibly marked by 20th century
January 5 - January 23, 2015; 3 credits
Broaden your knowledge of social issues, policies and
practices within a foreign cultural context in Moldova this
January 9-19, 2015; 3 credits
Join Cecil Foster, an internationally respected
author, academic, and native Barbadian, for a close-up look
at the politics, history and culture of Barbados.
January 4 - January 23, 2015; 3 credits
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