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International and European Tax Law LLM

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 International and European Tax Law LLM is a one-year master program in English at Maastricht University.

Studying tax law is not about numbers: it is about bringing to bear the best in legal and financial consultants and managers. Tax professionals operate in a globalised environment where trade and investment take place on a multinational level. Thanks to their broad-based expert knowledge of financial and business matters, tax specialists/lawyers are highly successful on the job market. Generally speaking, their salary levels are higher than for jurists who graduate in other fields of law. A specialist in International and European tax law will be particularly suited to work with major international companies and other clients.
The program focuses on corporate taxation and international tax planning. Its multidisciplinary approach combines tax law, European law, business and politics. The programme is for students with a bachelor’s in financial law, economics, business administration or a related field. Students gain insight into the interdependence of corporate structures, investment, cross-border employment and tax law.

Location: Maastricht

Duration: 1 year

Language: English

Start Month: September

Admission requirements:
• a copy of your passport
• a letter of motivation
• a bachelor’s degree in law from a non-Dutch university (these students will not be required to take an entrance exam); or a bachelor’s degree in a field other than law (an entrance exam is required for these students); or a degree from a non-Dutch institute of higher vocational education (an entrance exam is required for these students).
• a certified copy of your diploma (* diploma should be also send by post)
• a list of grades
• a letter of reference
• IELTS-6.5/TOEFL-90/Cambridge test result-CAE or CPE
• a passport photo that we need for your UM id card

Application deadline: 15 July

 

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