A Guide to Transportation Options in Buffalo

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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

Work-Life Harmony: Strategies for MBA Success at UB

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Written by: Matthew Mullens, MBA ’25 Embarking on an MBA journey at the University of Buffalo is an exciting and challenging endeavor. But like me, you may be motivated to acquire a graduate assistantship to gain experience, a part-time job, Continue reading Work-Life Harmony: Strategies for MBA Success at UB

How I Grew My Business and Earned an MBA at the Same Time

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Written by: Matthew Mullens, MBA ’25 Enrolling in a top-ranked MBA program brings a unique set of challenges and opportunities, especially for those with entrepreneurial aspirations. As a student entrepreneur, you’re probably someone who has a vision and is passionate Continue reading How I Grew My Business and Earned an MBA at the Same Time

Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

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Written by: Peter Bouris, MBA ’24 Networking is a crucial part of every MBA program. In fact, for many, it is one of the biggest reasons to pursue an MBA. However, it is daunting for almost all first-year students, especially Continue reading Networking at UB as a First-Year MBA Student

Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

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Embarking on a journey to study in the United States is a dream for many, but navigating the complex process of obtaining a student visa can be daunting. In this two-part podcast series (listen on Apple Podcasts or Spotify), we Continue reading Building a Bridge to Success: Mastering the International Student Visa and H1B Journey

How to Find the Right Living Space as a Graduate Student

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Written by: Henry Okaro, MS in Finance ’24 When planning on which school or institution to attend for graduate school, a key factor to consider is the living spaces or accommodations available. Often, we tend to ask ourselves these questions:  Continue reading How to Find the Right Living Space as a Graduate Student

How to Give Back to the Community as a UB Student

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Written by: Nandini Mehta, MS in MIS ‘23  As a large public university, the University at Buffalo is home to a vibrant and diverse community of students, each with their own unique interests, passions, and background. Many students are also Continue reading How to Give Back to the Community as a UB Student

Why I Chose UB’s Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program 

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Written by: Vikram Adithya Ganesh, MS in MIS ‘23  Once I decided to pursue a MS MIS program over an MBA degree, I began to investigate universities that offer MS in MIS. I shortlisted universities based on three criteria: a Continue reading Why I Chose UB’s Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program 

Why I Chose UB and the Impact of an MS Degree After Graduation

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Written by: Jitin Mehta, MS in MIS ‘23  It was a huge decision for me to pursue a master’s degree in the U.S. and it involved a multitude of factors to find the perfect program for me. I wanted to Continue reading Why I Chose UB and the Impact of an MS Degree After Graduation

My experience with clubs at UB

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Written by: Sean Matuszewski, MS ’22  Getting yourself out there is the name of the game! At UB, there are plenty of options to get to know and learn from others. Available to both Undergraduate and Graduate students, there are a plethora Continue reading My experience with clubs at UB