- Chazen Global Study Tours
- Global Immersion Program
- Chazen Block Week Classes
- Chazen MBA Exchange
- Chazen Language Program
- Laidlaw Chazen Travel Fund
- Travel Photo Contest
- Student Opportunities
- Latin America
Organizer information session: Thursday, February 15, 12:30pm, Uris 326.
Summer 2018 and Winter 2018/19 study tour organizer applications are due Monday, March 26 at 5pm.
Students may plan study tours in January, March, May or August, during the School’s breaks. Tour itineraries must include an average of two company visits per business day. Travel time and type of visit should be taken into account when planning the itinerary.
The Chazen Institute provides logistical advice and support throughout the study tour–planning process, but students themselves organize the trip. Tour organizers are responsible for everything from booking airlines and hotels to planning the corporate visits. Tour organizers are expected to take full ownership of the study tour and to partner with the Chazen Institute to ensure a smooth process and accountability. The Chazen institute will subsidize the travel program fee for up to three study tour organizers upon successful completion of the study tour. Tour organizers will be responsible for their own airfare. Student organizers may also receive additional bid points toward future study tour bidding (dependent on the number of student participants; up to four organizers).
Students who are interested in organizing a tour should submit an application to the Chazen Institute at least six months before the tour would embark (April for January tours, October for March/May/August tours). The application should include the following:
- An essay outlining reasons for going and why they are capable of organizing the tour
- A proposed itinerary
- A proposed faculty adviser
- A résumé for each organizer
- Lists of organizers’ contacts in the country
- A proposed budget
- Sign up for an interview slot for the entire team