Upon graduation, you'll be a legal tax professional with a thorough knowledge of financial and business matters. This will give you a strong position in the job market. You'll be particularly well-suited to work at international organisations or international tax law firms, but the growing influence of international and European tax law in domestic settings ensures that you will also excel in your national legal tax system. Practically all our students find a job soon after they have graduated. On average, their salary levels are higher than for students who have specialised in other fields of law. Unemployment is also significantly lower for tax law graduates.
Alumni @ Work
Graduates have found positions as:
- Consultant in international tax and financial/legal matters for:
Attorneys and accountants
Banks, investment companies and insurance companies
Major international companies
- Universities, Courts
Good to know: The larger Dutch tax consultancy firms in particular ask tax specialists to become members of the Dutch Association of Tax Advisers (NOB). The ‘Customs and International Supply Chain Taxation’ specialisation of the International and European Tax Law master’s programme is designed in a way that you will be able to fulfill the requirements if you have obtained a bachelor degree in Fiscaal Recht or Fiscal Economics at Maastricht University.