The Advanced Studies in International Tax Law program has been designed to provide in depth training for lawyers and economists who are interested in expanding their knowledge of the theory and practice of international tax law.
The Program is aimed at university graduates whose studies included at least one substantive tax course. Candidates will have recently graduated from law school (or obtained a master's degree in economics or business) or will expect to do so before the courses start. Alternatively, they may already have obtained a few years experience in tax practice after their graduation (with a law or accounting firm, or in a Ministry of Finance or Revenue Service) or in teaching or research at a graduate institution.
The overall objective is to provide its students with the profound knowledge and insight to work in positions within the government and in the private sector that require high-level theoretical and operational knowledge of international and EC tax law. The programme offers a high level of training in all aspects of international and EC tax law in a very demanding and comprehensive curriculum.