MENU

You are here

Partner Schools

Since 1991, the Chazen Institute and Columbia Business School have initiated partnerships with universities around the world. Each institution was selected based on its academic standing within its country, as well as for its particular cultural attributes.

Students are encouraged to conduct as much research as possible on the schools they are interested in attending. Brochures, course catalogs, student evaluations and school questionnaires on most of the exchange schools are available at the Chazen Institute.

Current partner schools are as follows:

Argentina

Universidad de San Andrés

Australia

Melbourne Business School, University of Melbourne

Austria

Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, University of Vienna

Brazil

Escola de Administração de Empresas de Sao Paulo/Fundação Getulio Vargas

China

Chinese University of Hong Kong

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business - Summer only

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Tsinghua University School of Economics and Management

Finland

Helsinki School of Economics

France

The HEC MBA Program

Germany

WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management

LMU—Ludwig Maximilians Universität

India Fall only

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

Israel

Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration, Tel Aviv University

Italy

Scuola di Direzione Aziendale, Bocconi

Japan

Keio University, Graduate School of Business

The Netherlands

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Philippines

Asian Institute of Management

Singapore

National University of Singapore

South Africa

University of Cape Town

Spain

IESE—International Graduate School of Management, Universidad de Navarra

Sweden

Stockholm School of Economics

Switzerland

Ecole des Hautes Etudes Commerciales, Université de Lausanne

University of St. Gallen for Business Administration, Economics, Law and Social Sciences

United Kingdom

London Business School

United States

Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Mailing List

Subscribe to our newsletter for the latest at Chazen.

SIGN UP NOW >

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Want to know how to contact us? Or what we have to offer? Try here first.

Expand >

The Chazen Institute does not have members; most of our programs are open to anyone. All current students and faculty receive our mailings.


Email us at chazen@columbia.edu, or call 212-854-4750. Our mailing address is Columbia Business School, 3022 Broadway, Uris Hall 2M2, New York, NY 10027. Our fax number is 212-851-9509.


Simply email us at chazen@columbia.edu and let us know you'd like to be added to our list. To subscribe to Chazen Global Insights, our e-newsletter, click here.


Winter study tours are announced in May; spring tours are announced in October. Check our study tour page for updates.


Alumni are welcome at most of the events we sponsor. Alumni can also learn another language through the Chazen Language Program. Be sure to sign up for the Chazen Institute email list on the alumni website to receive notification of upcoming events.

< Collapse

Chazen Global Insights

What Makes China Buy

Tom Doctoroff, head of JWT South Asia, reveals how to snag a coveted market: Chinese online shoppers

Read More >

The Expat's Dilemma

A foreign posting is a real resume booster — right? Not always, especially if you're coming from outside the United States to work within its borders. Assistant Professor Dan Wang explains.

Read More >

Ebola and Global Inequality

The ebola crisis is a stark reminder of the downside of globalization, says Columbia Business School's resident Nobel laureate.

Read More >

Private Equity in India: An Insider's View

Vishal Bakshi '00, managing director of principal investments in India for Goldman Sachs, opens up about the thorny world of private equity in a country dominated by family-owned businesses.

Read More >

India? A Model for Health Care?

Absolutely, says the head of Fortis Healthcare. India is stepping up to serve locals and internationals alike.

Read More >

Why China's Bubble Won't Burst

Fundamentals that aren't going away give China a shot at sustained high growth for the foreseeable future.

Read More >

Modi's Five Waves of Change

Each wave has the potential to boost India's GDP by at least a half percentage point, says Adil Zainulbhai, chairman of the new Quality Council of India.

Read More >

The Age of Vulnerability

In the United States, upward mobility is more myth than reality, says Nobel laureate Joseph E. Stiglitz. Downward mobility and vulnerability, however, is a widely shared experience.

Read More >

Why Creative Destruction Has Bypassed India

The frenzy that has accompanied the introduction of the iPhone 6 is a perfect example of creative destruction, a phenomenon that's a key measure of dynamic growth. In India, it's in short supply.

Read More >

Announcements

Registration now open for “Basel III Capital and Liquidity Standards: Are Indian Banks Ready?,” Dec. 29 in Mumbai, featuring Suresh Sundaresan of Columbia Business School.

Register >

 

Chazen Study Tour bidding has closed. Please email Chazen@columbia.edu to be added to the waitlist.

Learn more about study tours >