- Chazen International Study Tours
- Global Immersion Program
- Travel Photo Contest
- Chazen MBA Exchange
- Chazen Language Program
- Chazen Block Week Classes
- Laidlaw Chazen Travel Fund
What is the difference between a Global Immersion Program class and a Chazen Study Tour?
Study Tours do not generally have a thematic focus and often visit multiple locations. They are intensive experiences, visiting with business executives and government officials as well as cultural sites. Study Tours do not have prior class sessions, are not graded and do not have a deliverable. They are not for credit, take place over 7–10 days and are student-led with support from a faculty advisor and the Chazen Institute. Bidding for study tours takes place separately from regular elective class bidding using Chazen bid points.