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

Embracing Diversity and Culture: The 10 Best Festivals in Buffalo, New York

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Written by: Tori Schlosser, MBA ’24 Buffalo, New York, is a city that thrives on its rich history, vibrant arts scene, and diverse community. Throughout the year, Buffalo plays host to hundreds of festivals that celebrate the city’s unique character Continue reading Embracing Diversity and Culture: The 10 Best Festivals in Buffalo, New York

Buffalo’s Awesome Food Scene: 8 Places You Have to Try

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Written by: Sarah Sauer, MBA ’25 Buffalo is known for its chicken wings, but there are a lot of delicious food spots that do not have wings on the menu. In this blog, I will share eight of my favorite Continue reading Buffalo’s Awesome Food Scene: 8 Places You Have to Try

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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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 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

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

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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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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 

From Social Sciences to Information Technology: My Story

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Robert Beach, MBA '24

Written by: Bob Beach, MBA ’24 My transition from the social sciences to an analytics curriculum has been the right balance of challenge and reward here at UB School of Management.  Though I’m often told that it’s an “unconventional career Continue reading From Social Sciences to Information Technology: My Story