You will need to submit the following four items before January 15, 2016 to be considered for registration in our spring 2016 PMBA non-matriculated classes. International applicants must submit their application items by December 15, 2015.
Additional application materials are required for international applicants. Please contact an admissions Representative to discuss your application requirements. The deadline for international students to apply for PMBA non-matriculated course(s) is December 15, 2015.
All international applicants not currently issued a U.S. visa, must document their ability to meet all educational and personal expenses for the first year of intended study before this university can issue an I-20 or IAP-66. It is essential that you read the International Applicant Financial Form carefully. Complete and return the form along with official supporting documentation as outlined in the instructions. Supporting financial documentation should be a bank statement or a letter from a bank official stating the funds available (liquid assets) in U.S. dollars and must show the account holder's name. No certificate of eligibility will be issued without satisfactory financial documentation. Financial documentation is required for visa issuance only- documentation may be submitted after acceptance but I-20 documentation cannot be issued without it.
The Personal Privacy Protection Law requires this notice to be provided when collecting personal information from individuals: The information on this admissions application will be used by the School of Management at the University at Buffalo to evaluate your request for admission. Failure to provide the requested information could prevent your application from being processed. The authority to request this information is found in section 355 (2)(i) of the Education Law.
This application will be maintained by the PMBA program. The official responsible for the maintenance of this information is the Assistant Dean for Executive Education, 108 Jacobs Management Center, Buffalo, New York 14260-4000. We adhere to the university non-discrimination policy.