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The Sacred Heart University Luxembourg Alumni Association exists to serve alumni, friends and graduates of the Jack Welch College of Business Luxembourg by providing opportunities to network and giving graduates a community to help shape career paths and bring a bit of their Alma mater wherever they go.

The Alumni Association is a great way to network, which is why students are always welcome to join any SHULA events. If you want to spend an evening networking and connecting with alumni, students, faculty and friends in a relaxed environment, please register for any of the events below!

We run alumni events through out the year, so please check back regularly for updates!

SHU Alumni Networking Drink: End of the Academic Year Party with SHULA!
July 5, 2018

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

KINDLY RESPOND BY JULY 3, 2018

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That’s a wrap! As the 2017-2018 Academic Year draws to an end, the SHULA invites you to celebrate the hard work, dedication and achievements of the SHU Luxembourg students at the End of the 2017-2018 Academic Year Party!

Please join us if you want to spend an evening networking and connecting with students, alumni and friends in a relaxed environment!

This event is open to all alumni, current students, faculty and friends. Registration is Mandatory.

Food: Finger food offered by the Alumni Association & SHU
Drinks: Complimentary drinks from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm offered by the Alumni Association & SHU

We look forward to seeing you there!

Activate your personal network to ensure a great turnout!

SHU Alumni Exclusive Event: Luxembourg Stock Exchange June 14, 2018

The Luxembourg Stock Exchange is the leading exchange for international securities and  the first stock exchange in the world to introduce a platform exclusively for green securities.

The SHU Luxembourg Alumni Association organized an exclusive behind the scenes presentation of the LuxSE with none other than Maurice Bauer, Secretary General of the LuxSE.

This event was open to all alumni, current students and faculty. Registration was Mandatory.

The visit was followed by a Networking Cocktail courtesy of the LuxSE.

“The MBA Program Is Very Unique”

After completing the MBA from SHU in 2014, Simon Buhl changed his career from Financial Controlling sector at DZ PRIVATBANK to Private Equity at European Investment Fund.
With the students having the opportunity to choose their electives, Simon believes that the MBA gave him an opportunity to build his own program.
Watch to learn more!

 

“SHU helped me adapt to my career transition”, Natalie Retter

At SHU, we believe that it is never too late to change your career. If you have the will and passion, you can cross even the most difficult hurdles to achieve your goal.

Natalie Retter (MBA with internship, ‘15) is one of SHU’s best ambassadors to prove it. Retter moved to Luxembourg from Ethiopia and changed her career path from working in an NGO to now, in a tax advisory firm.

A challenging transition, which was made easier with the proper guidance from SHU, Natalie shares she is now happy with the career path she has chosen for herself.

Watch to learn more about her experiences at SHU!

 

Thanksgiving Festivities Served With Big Alumni News!

New Board-New Presidency-New Plans!

November 24, 2016—Jakob’s House in Clausen saw a spectacular evening as SHU students and alumni came out to celebrate Thanksgiving at the SHU Alumni Networking Drink. The event was more than just a platform for networking as SHU announced the new 2017-2018 Board Members of the SHU Luxembourg Alumni Association.

Meet the new SHU Luxembourg Alumni Association Board Members:

Larissa Best (MBA ’15), President
Aurélie Maire (MBA’15), Board Member
Chris Marcilla (MBA’08), Board Member

The newly appointed SHU Luxembourg Alumni Association will implement a fresh policy of a rotating presidency. Each year a different member of the board will take the reigns as president in an effort to diversify and implement the varying approaches each member brings to the table. Larissa Best (MBA ’15) will take on the role as President for the 2017-2018 calendar year. Best, along with Board Members, Aurélie Maire and Chris Marcilla, will propose and moderate assorted activities to help facilitate the relationships between SHU students and the SHULA. Part of Thursday’s announcement included a proposal to organize various subcommittees within the SHULA organization.

JOIN A SHULA SUBCOMMITTEE TODAY!
CONTACT: ALEWIS@SHU.LU

 

SHULA-Thursday, Nov 24, 6:30 pm, Jakob's House

SHU Alumni Networking Drink

THURSDAY, NOV 24, 6:30 PM

HAPPY THANKSGIVING DRINKS WITH SHULA!

The Alumni Association is a great way to network, this is why students are always welcome to join any SHULA events! So why don’t you take the opportunity to come and join the SHULA in a Happy Thanksgiving Drink!

SHULA-Thursday, Nov 24, 6:30 pm, Jakob's House
SHU Alumni Networking Drink: Happy Thanksgiving with SHULA!
  • Location: JAKOB’S, 9 Rives de Clausen (parking facilities at Rives de Clausen & bus connections)
  • Date & time: Thursday, Nov 24, at 6:30 pm
  • Food: Finger food offered by the Alumni Association & SHU
  • Drinks: Complimentary drinks from 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm offered by the Alumni Association & SHU

Please join us if you want to spend an evening networking and connecting with students, alumni and friends in a relaxed environment! Activate your personal network to ensure a great turnout!

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sacred Heart University Alumni Association

 

The Rundown on 2017 Tax Reform in Luxembourg from SHU Alum Frédéric Scholtus (MBA ’12)

What Individuals Can Expect from Proposed 2017 Luxembourg Tax Reforms

Le coin des Big 4 / Les grandes lignes de la réforme fiscale 2017 pour les personnes physiques- LE JEUDI- OCTOBRE 6, 2016

Frédéric Scholtus
Frédéric Scholtus, Associate Partner, in charge of Global Mobility Services in the tax department, KPMG Luxembourg

Pour l’impôt des personnes physiques, cela se matérialise entre autres par une nouvelle répartition des tranches de revenus imposables, la refonte des crédits d’impôt et l’introduction de nouveaux taux d’imposition qui impacteront le porte-monnaie des ménages en 2017.

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