Our Programs

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UB’s global engagement is mediated by a rich portfolio of study abroad programs, overseas degree offerings, and international partnerships. In accordance with the university’s strategic plan, the Office of International Education partners with faculty and departments to develop and support these best-practice programs and advance the comprehensive internationalization of UB.


  • Establishing new international agreements
    UB schools and departments wishing to develop new international affiliations that require formal agreements should contact John Wood in the Office of International Education, which is responsible for reviewing and approving such agreements. An institutional agreement is normally developed once an institutional relationship has already been established and has been shown to be sustainable and mutually beneficial.
  • International Partners
    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.  
  • Study Abroad
    In addition to the 80+ programs UB offers, many directed by our faculty, you can choose among 600 programs offered by other SUNY campuses in more than 60 countries.
  • Other Overseas Programs
    The Office of International Education collaborates with participating schools in the development, approval and delivery of UB degree programs in other countries.
  • UB Singapore Campus
    With a rich history spanning two decades, the University at Buffalo's undergraduate programs in the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), also known as the UB/SIM Program, have flourished from a modest beginning with 50 students in the Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) program in 2004 to a thriving community of 1500 students pursuing baccalaureate degrees in seven diverse majors: Business Administration, Communication, Economics, Geographic Information Science, International Trade, Psychology, and Sociology.