Choosing the University of Luxembourg as a beneficiary in your will would be a deeply appreciated act of generosity. The University of Luxembourg can be a beneficiary of either a portion or the entirety of your estate and is able to accept a wide variety of assets, from movable property (such as financial assets – accounts, securities, etc.) to real estate (with the University retaining the option to sell any property received).
Your will can be amended or added to at any point during your lifetime. You may draw up an authentic will, in which your wishes are dictated either to a notary in the presence of two witnesses, or to two notaries. Alternatively, a holographic will is a handwritten document that is written, dated and signed by you without the involvement of a notary.
Regardless of the method you choose, we would advise you to consult a notary for guidance. Please feel free to reach out to Philippe Lamesch, Head of the Fundraising Office, if you would like to discuss your bequest or if you have any questions.
We sincerely appreciate the fact that you are considering making such a significant contribution to the University.