A Guide to Transportation Options in Buffalo

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Bus, train and bicycle

Written by: Shashank Shivananda, MS in MIS ’24 As a student navigating life in Buffalo without a car, you might initially feel limited in your transportation options. However, fear not! Buffalo offers a range of transportation mediums tailored to students’ Continue reading A Guide to Transportation Options in Buffalo

Are You A Good Fit for UB’s JD/MBA Program?

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Sarah Jiva, JD/MBA '26

Written by: Sarah Jiva, JD/MBA ’26 I vividly remember learning about and applying for the JD/MBA program at the University at Buffalo. I felt all the feelings that one does as you embark on a new life adventure—excitement, anxiety and Continue reading Are You A Good Fit for UB’s JD/MBA Program?

MS in Management or MBA: Which program is right for you?

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MBA or MS in Management?

There’s much to consider when applying to graduate school. You’re trying to decide on your next career goal, the program that will help you achieve that goal, the right fit for a school and the program you’re looking for. Not Continue reading MS in Management or MBA: Which program is right for you?

What I Learned About Myself in the First Semester of the UB MBA Program

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Three professional students

Written by: Fahmida Fija, MBA ’25 The UB MBA program, with a strong emphasis on real-world applications and practical learning methods, has brought a unique blend of challenges and fascination for me. Having completed just one semester, I can confidently Continue reading What I Learned About Myself in the First Semester of the UB MBA Program

How I Transitioned from Fashion to Analytics

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fashion, textile, and photos

Written by: Tanushree Agarwal, MS in Business Analytics ’24 Career shift!? Daunting, isn’t it? I totally get it. After much contemplation I made one myself, transitioning from the ever-colorful world of fashion to a completely different sphere—the world of numbers Continue reading How I Transitioned from Fashion to Analytics

Why Stay for an MBA? Choosing the JD/MBA Directly after Undergraduate School

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Grace Conrad, JD/MBA '27

Written by: Grace Conrad, JD/MBA ’27 As a first-year JD/MBA student, I have been asked numerous times over the last year, “Why did you stay at UB for grad school?” In June 2023, I graduated with a BS in Business Continue reading Why Stay for an MBA? Choosing the JD/MBA Directly after Undergraduate School

Toronto to Buffalo: The UB MS in Business Analytics Program is Worth the Trip

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Right side of the image: Buffalo, New York's City Hall building. Left side of the image: Toronto, Canada's CN tower building

Written by: Imran Nafis Rashid, MSBA ’24 Embarking on a journey to earn a Master’s of Science in Business Analytics at the University at Buffalo was more than a mere academic pursuit, it was a deliberate step towards enriching my Continue reading Toronto to Buffalo: The UB MS in Business Analytics Program is Worth the Trip

Enriching Experience: Why I’m Pursuing an MBA after Two Master’s Degrees

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Graduation cap on top of a pile of books

Written by: Neetu Sharma, MBA ’24 Embarking on the pursuit of an MBA at the University at Buffalo stands as a testament to the strategic orchestration of my educational trajectory, interwoven with the pursuit of multidisciplinary knowledge. My academic journey Continue reading Enriching Experience: Why I’m Pursuing an MBA after Two Master’s Degrees

The Best Indian Food Near UB’s Campus 

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Many different types of Indian dishes on the table

Written by: Nirali Shah, DDS, MBA ’25 To all Indian students at UB who are missing the comfort of home-cooked delights, fear not! Here’s your ultimate guide to the best Indian restaurants in the vicinity, ensuring your taste buds do Continue reading The Best Indian Food Near UB’s Campus 

Buffalo: A Place I Now Call Home 

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Alexia Hecico and three other track members on the UB's women track team

Written by: Alexia Hecico, MS in Business Analytics ’24 I remember my first day at UB. I was 19 and had just traveled for over 30 hours. You would expect me to say I was tired, overwhelmed and scared, but Continue reading Buffalo: A Place I Now Call Home