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Study Abroad

students on a bike tour of japan on a study abroad trip in architecture

With the largest study abroad program at UB, the School of Architecture and Planning offers diverse exchange programs and global summer studios.

Andrew Perkins in Denmark
6/19/14
The University at Buffalo School of Architecture and Planning, and the School of Architecture (Arkitektskolen i Aarhus) in Aarhus, Denmark, have a formal agreement outlining an exchange program for students and faculty.
Students work on a peoject at studio - La Rambla
6/19/14
This program offers a graduate summer semester in two months of residence in Barcelona, Spain. The city of Barcelona is used as a laboratory. Classes, lectures, pin-ups, reviews, and seminars are conducted in the city's parks, squares, streets, cafes, museums, and monuments. 
students in a classroom environment during study abroad
6/19/14
The international exchange program with the Bauhaus-Universität Weimar enables students to spend up to one year studying abroad in Weimar, Germany. 
students in Costa Rica
6/19/14
This eight week summer course of study is designed to offer students the opportunity to live and work on ecological and social projects in a rural, but rapidly developing region in Costa Rica. 
germany
6/19/14
This exchange program with the University of Darmstadt, Germany, provides opportunities for graduate or advanced undergraduate students to continue their studies through coursework, tutorials, and supervised independent study or research though affiliation with an academic program in Darmstadt.
Students biking in Estonia
6/19/14
Taking European and Baltic cities as examples, the course examines the built environment, natural environment, and social environment, giving special consideration to national policy and local initiative in a post-Socialist context. 
students over the cliffs of mohan
6/19/14
It is the intent of this study abroad program to investigate the myriad forces at work in contemporary architectural practice by studying both urban and coastal environments. Dublin, Ireland is an urban environment in which to undertake this study since it underwent tremendous cultural and economic change in the decade from 1995 to 2005.