The International Education office offers several programs for both students and faculty. We are committed to providing excellent service from the moment you contact our office to the completion of your program.
For more information abour the various programs Buffalo State has to offer, please visit the International Education website
Buffalo State has a rich history of study abroad, beginning with the first ever SUNY sponsored program in 1961 to Siena, Italy. Buffalo State has been sending students on short-term, semester, and year-long study abroad programs to over 70 countries ever since!
Buffalo State students may study abroad as an exchange student for a semester or two, go on a faculty-led short-term trip, or travel with other SUNY students as a participant in programs that span the globe.
The International Education Office is located in South Wing 430, visit us and our staff will be happy to explore opportunities for you to see the World.
Since 1976, Buffalo State has had students participate in the NSE. The National Student Exchange offers students the opportunity to study for a semester or year at one of over 170 colleges and universities throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Guam, and Canada. Participating in NSE enables students to access different campuses' resources, faculty and courses while living in a different geographical and cultural setting of North America. You can check out a school you are considering for graduate studies, or area where you think you might want to live one day.
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