Are you an analytical thinker? Are you interested in tax law, business, finance and politics? And can you see yourself advising international companies or private individuals on international tax issues? Then why not study International and European Tax Law? In addition to corporate taxation and international tax planning, you’ll study a broad range of related economic, legal and social topics. The programme is taught entirely in English, but if you’re a student of Fiscaal Recht or Fiscal Economics, you can take an advanced Dutch course in corporation tax and will be able to meet the membership requirements for the Dutch Association of Tax Advisors (NOB). The demand for tax law specialist outnumbers the supply, so upon graduation you'll find yourself in an excellent position. Almost all of our students find jobs as legal or financial consultants soon after they have graduated.
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What's it like to study International and European Tax Law in Maastricht? Watch the video to find out what the programme coordinator and student Bram have to say.
When prospective students ask me why they should come to Maastricht, I say: ‘Because it’s the best!’
Halfway through the programme, studying felt more like a hobby than an obligation
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