International Tax Law (LLM)
The Postgraduate Program in International Tax Law, as the name suggests, aims to provide postgraduate education in the area of international tax law focusing on significant national tax law regimes and related areas, in particular business administration. Graduates should be in a position to skillfully apply international tax law in professional corporate, consulting and administrative environments.The Rector of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration will confer the degree of "Master of Laws” (LL.M.) on graduates of the postgraduate program in accordance with the terms of the University Studies Act.The partnership with the Academy of Public Accountants guarantees a very efficient management of the program.
This program is offered in English only, as a full-time and part-time program, with the former lasting for one academic year. Courses are scheduled on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. The remaining time is to be spent on course preparation and revision. The part-time program continues over two academic years, with courses mostly held from 8.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
- Principles of Selected Tax Systems
- CFC Legislation
- EU Tax Law
- Tax Treaty Law
- Tax Planning Tools and Specific Interpretation Issues
- International Tax Policy
- Supplementary Courses
The number of places is limited. In the case of equal qualifications the date of application will be decisive for which applicants are selected. A university degree is a precondition for admission. The head of academic management will decide whether a similar or comparable qualification results in eligibility for the program.
With the exception of one course in Brussels, all courses are held in Vienna at the University of Economics and Business Administration, and the Academy of Public Accountants. Both institutions are well served by the public transport network.
The program fees is assessed by the University Panel of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration. It includes all materials made available by the lecturers as well as examination fees. Travel and accommodation expenses, and in particular costs incurred for the course held in Brussels, must be borne by the program participants.
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Last updated September 7, 2017