International Taxation and Law B.A.

Information about the degree program

For companies, tax authorities and governments alike, tax issues must be viewed within an increasingly international context. Have you picked up on this trend, too, and would you like to capitalise on it by offering expert international tax advice for private households and companies? Then earn your degree in our English-taught undergraduate programme International Taxation and Law, B.A. and obtain the qualifications you will need for your professional future.

Practical relevance permeates all levels of this degree programme. You will benefit directly from the extensive experience of your professors, which includes work with tax specialists in both medium-sized consulting firms and the “Big Four”, as well as years of work as tax advisors or lawyers themselves.

You will gather international experience through numerous international partnerships and joint projects with our university partners around the world. To ensure your success during your studies, you will also enjoy a supportive learning environment with modern facilities, an extensive library collection of specialist publications, and a laboratory specifically designed for Taxation and Law students.

Your path to a degree will start with tax law at the national level. From there, you will delve into international tax law through specialisation modules. Through a logical and meaningful combination of courses in both economics and law, you will learn not only how to tackle taxation issues from an economic and legal point of view, but also develop complex, yet suitable solutions to these issues.

Start your tax career with us!

Also part-time possible!

Course Structure

Career Path

 

Your Team of International Taxation and Law

Head of Degree Programme

Prof. Dr. Norbert Dautzenberg
Professor of Basics of Business Administration and Taxation

 

Degree Programme Management

Fabian Dargel, M.Sc.
Scientific assistant for Central Course Coordination Management with focus on Business Administration und Taxation

 

Information

Place of study

Campus Kleve

Start date

Winter semester

Language

English

Duration of study

7 semesters of full-time study

Study model

Full-time studies

Degree awarded

Bachelor of Arts

Internship

Mandatory 8-week preparatory internship/work placement. This must be completed no later than the 4th semester enrolment deadline.

Restricted admission

No

Any questions? We're here to assist you!

Actual information on the application process can be found under Application and Admission.

Online-Application via uni-assist

Contact for questions about the application process, admission requirements and enrollment via contact form

Contact for questions about the organization of the study program, study-related counseling and academic guidance: ITL-FGO@hochschule-rhein-waal.de

 

General Information for students TL

General information site on moodle (internal)

Study Schedule TL (new)
valid from the start of studies in the winter semester 2019/20

Study Schedule TL (old)
valid for all students who started their studies before the winter semester 2019/20