Global Immersion vs. Study Tour

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 offer a greater balance of business and culture. 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 7–12 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. 

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