UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO - [UB], BUFFALO - ADMISSION

Buffalo, New YorkLOCATION
UniversitySCHOOL TYPE
Estd 1846Established Year
  30648Enrollment

Admission

University at Buffalo (UB) offers admissions in 110 undergraduate and more than 300 graduate courses among three campuses. This university has an acceptance rate of 56% which makes it moderately selective. University at Buffalo also offers online as well as summer programs. The total number of students enrolled is 30,604 out of which 21,020 are for Undergraduate and 9,628 for Graduate courses.

  • The university accepts applications for summer, spring, fall, and winter sessions but enrollment for major courses happen during summer and fall sessions.
  • Students aiming for UG: can apply through a UB International Application form / State University of New York (SUNY ) Application / Common Application / Coalition Application.
  • Students aiming for PG: can apply through different forms for different courses.
  • For Graduate courses, the deadlines vary but remain fixed for Under-graduate.

Highlights

Application PortalUG: UB International Application form / State University of New York (SUNY ) Application / Common/Coalition Application. PG: Varies with every school
Application FeeUG: 50 USD PG: 50 USD - 100 USD
Acceptance Rate56%
Mode of paymentVisa, MasterCard, and Discover
ACT Score25-30
SAT Score1190 - 1350
International application deadlineFall: February 1; Spring: October 1
Academic CalendarSemester
IntakeFall and spring
Work experienceRequired for graduate courses
Financial aidNot available for international students

University at Buffalo Admission Deadlines

The application deadlines for undergraduate and graduate programs are :

Early action applicationNov 15
Regular decision applicationFeb 1
Scholarship consideration applicationDec 15

University at Buffalo International Students Language Requirements

International students are required to demonstrate English language proficiency by providing scores of any one of the following tests given below to be eligible for admission:

English proficiency testsMinimum Score (UG)Minimum Score (PG)
TOEFL (PBT)523550
IELTS6.06.5
Pearson Test of English (PTE)5055
TOEFL (IBT)7079

If a student fails to demonstrate the required proficiency he/she has to apply for a bridge admission and study in UB’s English Language Institute Intensive English Program for two semesters.

How to Apply for Undergraduate Programs at the University at Buffalo

Basic instructions

  • The candidate needs to review the transcripts or state exam results and show that he/she has earned the equivalent of a U.S. high school diploma.
  • If one has already completed secondary school, then they need to submit graduation document along with transcripts when completing their application.
  • If the candidate is still in college, he/she can take proof of completion of secondary school when leaving for the school and later submit transcripts.
  • Candidates must have an equivalent score of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0

SAT/ACT

The candidates need to submit their SAT/ACT scores to the University at Buffalo admissions office electronically.

Test neededScores
ACT25-30
SAT1190-1350
GPA91-96

The candidate can also take direct admission on the basis of SAT/ACT for the following courses:

  • Engineering Biological Sciences
  • Dental Medicine Combined BS/DDS
  • Architecture

SAT/ACT Score for International Students

Test typeScore required
ACT (Reading and English)18
SAT I (old version)450
SAT I (new version)500

Other Requirements

Personal Essay

A personal essay describing how one excels beyond the scores and grades must also be submitted for admission at the University at Buffalo. The title of the essay varies according to the course chosen.

Recommendations

Finally, you need to submit a teacher recommendation written by a teacher familiar with your academic work.

How to Apply for Graduate Programs for University at Buffalo

  • Students need to have a bachelor's degree (or higher) or the equivalent from an accredited/government recognized college or university.
  • The grade required is a B-grade (GPA of 3.0) or higher from the bachelor's degree (or equivalent) courses. For international students, the scores are evaluated by UB's Office of International Admissions.
  • Letters of recommendation.
  • An internship or relevant work experience (for some programs).

Tests Required for Graduate Admission at the University at Buffalo:

Students are required to check whether the course they are applying to requires any special test like DAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MAT, MCAT or PCAT.

Other required documents

  1. Copies of transcripts
  2. Letters of recommendation
  3. Statement of purpose
  4. Personal statement
  5. Scholarship essay
  6. CV/resume
  7. Portfolio
  8. Writing sample
  9. Proof of certification/licensure

Popular courses at the University at Buffalo

Course nameMode of applicationDeadline
Communicative Disorders and Sciences Master of Arts (MA)SOPHAS online application formJanuary 15
Communicative Disorders and Sciences Doctor of Audiology (AuD)AAMC, Gadmit, SOPHAS Application formsApril-July
Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Doctor of Medicine (MD)PharmCAS application formSeptember 4
School of Law Juris Doctor (JD)LSAT and GRE Scores and application formEarly decision: Nov 15 Regular decision: March 1
School of Management (MBA)GMAT or GRE along with application formJune 1

Immigration and Final Documents Required for International Students

  • Send a scanned copy of your passport that includes your name, citizenship, date of birth and picture.
  • Students also need to fill a financial form which explains the payment of tuition fees.
  • To apply for a visa, students need to provide bank statements from their account or parents account which reflects that they can afford first year’s tuition fee.
  • After this, the University at Buffalo will issue your I-20 and DS-2019 required for admission.
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