Marvelous Sibanda from the University of Zimbabwe speaks as part of the student panel at UB's Global Health Day.


Our students are interested in a broad range of public health issues, including variations in tobacco usage on opposite ends of the U.S., and infectious disease in underserved populations.

Students can take advantage of numerous opportunities, including fellowships with federal agencies such as the CDC or internships with groups such as Doctors Without Borders.

Learn more about our student and faculty scholarships and grants.

Study abroad programs range from short- to long-term trips throughout the world. Students interested in study abroad programs can explore listed programs from universities participating in the Global Health Networking Hub.
Students, faculty, and staff can volunteer their time in global health focused organizations in Buffalo and around the world.
The University at Buffalo offers a number of courses to help you incorporate a global perspective into your area of study.