High-profile lecturers from Austria and abroad present current issues in the field of European and International tax law.
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In the course of three sessions, internationally renowned experts from academia and practice will give lectures about current issues in the field of European and International tax law.
After successful completion of the course students will be able to:
- identify issues in the field of European tax law and selected foreign tax jurisdictions;
- solve complex cases involving cross-border transactions with selected foreign tax jurisdictions;
- understand the basic structures of foreign tax systems and contrast them with the Austrian tax system in order to gain a better insight into the Austrian tax system.
Before each session, a Bridging Course will be held in order to introduce the students to the topics of the lectures. During the Bridging Courses each student is required to give a presentation about a topic that is related to the topic of one of the lectures. Attendance in the Bridging Courses is mandatory.
Attendance in the lectures and the Bridging Courses is required.
> 70% student requirement
Please pay attention to the fact that lectures will be held in presence and, therefore, you need to comply with the 2.5G rules. Please check the Webpage "Coronavirus: Updates for Students" for more information (https://www.wu.ac.at/en/students/distance-learning-and-online-exams/coronavirus-updates-for-students)
Lectures, presentation, participation and discussion in class, seminar paper.
Active participation (10%), presentation (30%) and seminar paper (60%) about a given topic which is related to the respective lecture.
Prior knowledge: basic knowledge of Austrian tax law or the tax law of another jurisdiction as well as basic knowledge of European and International Tax Law.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com to indicate on which date you would prefer to present your paper and on which of the following topic you would like to write your seminar paper:
- 14 March 2022 (topics to be decided).
- 2 May 2022 (topics to be decided).
- 30 May 2022 (topics to be decided).
It would be ideal to have at least 5 papers during each session. You will have about 15 minutes for each presentation.
As for the papers, we expect you to write about 20 pages (if you write 15 or 25 pages, this will not be an issue as long as your contribution is well researched and on point). The deadline to submit it is the end of June 2022, but, of course, you can send it earlier.
If you have any doubts, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.