Category Archives: Regional Chapter

Rhein-Neckar

The Rhein-Neckar chapter is in the process of being established.

For more information and how to get involved, please contact Christian Langkamp.

We loosely cover the German Postcodes 67 (Ludwigshafen), 68 (Mannheim) and 69 (Heidelberg), but are usually well reachable from Sinsheim, Karlsruhe and Darmstadt.

The general announcements are done via our Linkedin Group as well as here.

The next meetup is on the 21st July in the Krokodil in Heidelberg at 7pm. Look forward to seeing everyone there

Rhein-Main

The Ivy Circle Deutschland Rhein-Main chapter consists of nineteen alumni groups of leading universities from the U.S. and the UK. It organizes social and professional events on a regular basis and seeks to build networks across universities and sectors.

For further information about Ivy Circle Deutschland – Rhein-Main Chapter, please contact Jakob Liermann.

Munich

The Ivy Circle Munich “Stammtisch” meets once a quarter giving the participants the opportunity to deepen existing contacts and get to know new ones with similar background. Over a beer or a good glass of wine alumni from different schools not just get new insights in business but also have the opportunity to gain new friends. Additional community events over and above the “Stammtisch” (E.g. visits of cultural events, project presentations, leisure time activities) take place on a case by case basis.

If you are interested in the IVY Circle Munich, please contact Clemens Rinnebach

(cr@rinnebach.org).

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Ivy Circle Deutschland is a new initiative to organize an alumni association network of prominent American and British educational institutions in Germany. Ivy Circle Deutschland seeks to encourage and coordinate social, cultural and educational events among alumni association members. Individuals can join only through their alumni association or club.

Members of the Ivy Circle Munich are Alumni of Brown University, University of Cambridge, The University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Columbia University, Cornell University, Harvard University, The London School of Economics, The MIT, Oxford University, Princeton University, Stanford University, The Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania, Yale University.

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