The Harvard Clube de Portugal was created in June 5th, 1986, and it’s a Portuguese non-profit association, whose main goals are ensuring the continuation of bonds between Harvard alumni that live in Portugal, promoting the organization of social and cultural activities that spread the Harvard spirit, and to provide information on Harvard.
In order to achieve its goals, the Harvard Clube proposes namely to:
a) Organize gatherings for its members to mingle;
b) Promote conferences and seminars on issues of interest for its members, with the participation of Portuguese or foreign speakers, prefereably linked to Harvard University;
c) Develop conditions that support the admission of Portuguese applicants to Harvard University, namely organizing open sessions and promoting the creation of attractive financial conditions for potential applicants;
d) Promote, within the corporate world, the creation of conditions that will foster sponsorships and access of their employees to Harvard University.