MBA students in Prague, Czech Republic.

Business in Central Europe (Hungary and Austria)

Discover Central Europe by visiting Budapest, Hungary, and Vienna, Austria. In each city, you will experience cultural events, meet with School of Management alumni and visit companies to examine their business development strategy through the greater lens of the European Union.

"Taking part in the Europe trip was one of the best decisions I made during the first year of my MBA. I was so amazed by the rich culture I was exposed to. While there, we had the opportunity to learn from individuals at many types of companies, both local and international. This experience has made me a more well-rounded individual, and I look forward to applying what I learned abroad in my career."

— Samantha Frank, BS ’17, MBA ’19

Who Can Apply

  • All School of Management graduate students, except Executive MBAs
  • University at Buffalo graduate students from other departments – contact for more information

Application Deadline

  • Oct. 15, 2021

Next Program

The Europe program is an elective credit course that caps off with an experiential learning trip. Upon acceptance, MBA students will be force-registered for a course that meets during the first half of the spring semester preceding the trip. 

  •  Travel Dates: Spring break, March 21-26, 2022

Faculty Leaders

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Dorothy Siaw-Asamoah
Clinical Associate Professor, Organization and Human Resources
Faculty Director of Global Programs

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Gwen Appelbaum
Assistant Dean and Director
Career Resource Center

COVID-19 Information

Ensuring the health and safety of our students, faculty, alumni and business partners is our top priority. For fall 2021, due to the ongoing pandemic, all international programs will be virtual learning experiences, with possible travel during the winter semester pending university health/safety policies. Fall 2021 Experience the 50 (U.S.-based) programs are being planned for concurrent virtual and in-person experiences, with the option to shift fully virtual if necessary.

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A micro-credential is available for those who successfully complete this program. Apply here or visit the School of Management micro-credential website for more information.

Contact Us

Global Programs
School of Management
University at Buffalo
251 Jacobs Management Center
Buffalo, NY 14260

Tel: 716-645-3353

Meet our Team