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The Harvard Club of Luxembourg serves as the official organization for the Harvard alumni/ae who live and/or work in Luxembourg, or maintain strong links with Luxembourg. Our members include graduates of Harvard College, as well as all of Harvard’s graduate and professional schools, such as Harvard Business School (HBS), Harvard Kennedy School (HKS), Harvard Law School (HLS), and Harvard Medical School (HMS).
The mission of the HCL is to help alumni/ae stay in touch with Harvard University and with fellow alumni/ae in Luxembourg. In this spirit, we organize different events throughout the year, including dinners with or without a speaker/topic, breakfasts with Harvard faculty who visit Luxembourg, if and when they have time, and other social and cultural events. In addition to this, the HCL aims at maintaining the legacy and leadership values of our alma mater.
In addition to the Luxembourgian alumni/ae, Luxembourg has a large international community. The club hopes to be a good place for new Harvard alumni/ae expats in Luxembourg to get to know more about the country and for all members to find new friends, have fun and participate in interesting meetings.
You will find a lot of relevant information about the Club and its activities in this website.
We encourage you also to join our closed Facebook group. This group is only available for members of the club, and its contents can only be seen by its members.
Global Pass: Full members of the Harvard Club of Luxembourg qualify for Global pass, which give access to event by other Harvard Clubs.
HCL also welcomes spouses and partners of full members (Harvard alumni/ae) as associate members, and encourage you to register, see here.
6:30PM Wed 6 Feb 2019Rarely has Europe been dodging more bullets: Trade, Values, Brexit, Populists, Riots, Finances. Time for a reality check – How do we move forward? Discussion lead by Professor Tony De Luca
Tue 19 Mar 2019 (Time TBD)Topic: How China is becoming a technology superpower (and why this poses a direct challenge to Europeans)