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Campus-Wide International News

  • UB ranked among nation’s best for sustainable activities

    Times Higher Education Impact Rankings recognize UB for the impact of its global health research, climate action and clean energy pursuits.

  • UB celebrates milestone anniversary in Singapore

    UB-SIM has produced nearly 6,500 UB alumni over the course of its 20 years.

  • Teaching a passion for UB Fulbright recipient

    Feeling like a “shadow” during middle school and high school inspired Leah Cabarga to become the teacher-mentor she ever had.

  • A global view of climate-resilient buildings

    An NSF-funded project gives graduate students with the UB RENEW Institute international research experience.

  • UB hosts leading international AI conference

    Attendees from around the world discuss cutting-edge research, with social media as the common theme.

  • Polish scholars return to UB for ‘reunion’ conference

    Fifteen past participants in a visiting scholar program with the Jagiellonian University in Krakow returned to celebrate the success of the program. 

  • UB to partner with UPSA

    The agreement provides a platform for the institutions in Buffalo and Ghana to partner for a wide range of academic pursuits.

  • Mbah sets sights on elevating Nigerian schools

    As commissioner of education in Enugu State, the UB history professor aims to reform the schools through experiential learning models.

What We Do

  • International Faculty Launch Program
    The goal of an International Faculty Launch Program at the University at Buffalo is to provide advice, information, and encouragement for new international faculty, within a confidential and positive atmosphere.
  • Establishing New International Agreements
    UB schools and departments wishing to develop new international affiliations that require formal agreements should review this information and follow these guidelines.
  • Degree Programs & Training
    The Office of International Education collaborates with participating schools in the development, approval and delivery of UB degree programs in other countries.
  • Partnerships
    The University at Buffalo maintains institutional partnerships with more than 80 leading universities around the globe. These affiliations significantly enhance UB’s international engagement and global reach, and help advance the university’s research, education and service missions.
  • Scholars at Risk
    As a diverse and inclusive scholarly community committed to academic freedom, UB has established the UB Scholars at Risk Fellowship to afford highly qualified academics around the world who are threatened in their own countries the opportunity to continue their research and teaching in a safe and supportive environment at UB. 
  • Singapore Campus
    UB offers a variety of undergraduate programs in the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), which prepares highly qualified graduates for exciting careers in Singapore—as well as advanced degree programs in Singapore and abroad.