Start with our easy-to-use, paperless, online electronic admission system.
UB offers our applicants the convenience of completing their application in a 100% self-managed paperless electronic environment. Specifically, the process saves more than 200,000 pages of paper each year, while streamlining the application process for our applicants.
Please use the electronic online application, then select your program.
All international applicants must document their ability to meet all educational and living expenses for the entire period of their intended study. The Graduate Financial Aid Form(s) and supporting materials should be submitted directly to the academic department. International applicants must also score a minimum of 79 on the Internet-Based TOEFL (IBT) to be considered for admission.
If you are applying to any of one of the professional degree programs, please follow the appropriate links for further application and admissions information:
Many programs require that you take a standardized graduate or professional admission exam. Test preparation has been proven to make a difference. We recommend that you consider studying from preparation guides, attending a review course, or using online study tools to prepare thoroughly.
Please use the links below as reference after you visit your departmental website; many of the sites below have suggestions for test preparation:
Many of these tests are offered regularly in computer-adaptive format by UB’s Career Services office in Capen Hall, room 259 (716-645-2232, extension 115).
Faculty members in each department evaluate completed
applications and make admission decisions. You will be notified
whether or not you have been offered admission; if you are offered
admission, your notification will generally include information
regarding any associated offer of financial assistance or