Specialisation Tax and Technology

Are you a tech savvy and analytical thinker? Are you interested in the digital transformation of society and its potential impact on taxation? If so, the ‘Tax and Technology’ specialization of the International and European Tax Law master’s programme is perfect for you. The rise of legal technology is rapidly changing the way in which we approach tax law. In the Tax and Technology specialisation, you will investigate the current technological trends and their tax-related transformations in parallel to your study of international and European tax law. This specialisation prepares you to become a tax lawyer of the digital technology era that is able to bridge the fields of taxation, data science and technology. Labour market demand for these tax and technology specialists is high and expected to increase.

 This specialisation has been made possible through a financial contribution from the Tax & Technology Fund.

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Student ambassador Sole Costantini posing in front of windows of the faculty building

Meet Sole, our student ambassador for the master's programme in International and European Tax Law. On her Instagram account she shares her personal experiences with her study programme, living in Maastricht, and much more. Follow her to get a sneak peek of your possible future!

Do you have any questions? Send Sole a DM on Instagram, she will be happy to help you with your study choice, just as previous student ambassadors helped her.

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Master International and European Tax Law

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  • When prospective students ask me why they should come to Maastricht, I say: ‘Because it’s the best!’
    Atanas Atanasov, International and European Tax Law
  • Halfway through the programme, studying felt more like a hobby than an obligation
    Vincent Maessen (24, the Netherlands), International and European Tax Law