Each year, LL.M. students may take a total of 9 ECTS from the courses taught in English within the framework of the MLaw International Tax.
The objective of the course International Corporate and Individual Taxation - International and European Perspective is to ensure that the participants obtain a good understanding of International Corporate Taxation and International Individual Taxation from an International, EU and Swiss Tax Perspective. The course is divided in five main parts: overview to the law of Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements (DTAAs) and European Tax Law, International Corporate Taxation, International Individual Taxation, the dispute prevention and resolution, and exchange of information from an international, EU and Swiss standpoint.
The entire course, which is an interactive course, will consist of a combination of lecturers, practical examples and case studies. The course will also contain presentations on case studies that will be made by guest lecturers who could either be members of the tax administration, experienced professionals from consulting firms, tax experts from leading multinationals as well as Professors from other universities.
International Business Transactions
International Business Regulation
6 ECTS credits