The ETIL is involved in courses and programmes in both direct and indirect taxation. The programmes include a Masters in International and European Tax Law and a Post-Masters in indirect taxation. The Master’s in International and European Tax Law will run over two semesters, the first one focusing on more general issues in International and EU Law and International and EU Tax Law. The second semester will provide students with the opportunity to specialise in either direct or indirect taxation. The semester will conclude with the writing of a thesis. For more information on the different courses and programmes offered by ETIL, follow the links below.
Masters in European and International Taxation
Masters in European and International Taxation. Starts in September 2010.
EC Tax Law
EC Tax Law is a high level course that deals with direct taxation in the European Union
European Indirect Taxation
European Indirect Taxation is a 10 week full time University course in indirect taxation; VAT, excises and customs. It runs from November to January each year
Post-Masters in Indirect taxation
A Post-Masters in Indirect Taxation is planned to start in September 2010.
The Post-Masters is designed for people already working in a fiscal profession. Its focus is on acquiring comprehensive knowledge of, and insight into, the national and international facets of turnover tax law harmonised through European directives.
This is done in fourteen sessions from September through November, with either one or two instructors covering a range of subjects. Each session consists of two half-day periods, an afternoon period from 2 pm to 5 pm and an evening period from 6 pm to 9 pm.
The Insitute’s goal is to achieve a very high level in its Post-Masters programmes. Consequently, the admission requirements are, as a rule, set at a completed university education and at least two years of relevant work experience.
The courses are designed for a maximum number of 25 participants. If too many applications are received, applicants may be referred to the next course.
See for more information this preliminary and non-binding presentation: