Registration via LPIS
The topics of the units are as follows
- Taxable persons and taxable supplies (unit 1)
- Tax base and tax rate (unit 2)
- Exemptions (unit 3)
- Input VAT deduction (unit 4)
- Tax liability, Place of supply, Miscellaneous (unit 5)
After completion of this course, students
- have a deepened understanding of Austrian and EU VAT law
- understand the relevance of CJEU case law in European VAT law
- Analyze case law of the CJEU and other domestic courts
- Critically reflect current issues of EU VAT law.
The course envisages a continuous active participation of the students and builds on a mix of lecture, student presentations and in-class discussions of the topics covered by the units/presentations.
The final grade is composed of the following partial performances:
- Student presentations on the topic of the unit (30%)
- Exam (70%)
For a positive completion of the course an overall result of at least 50% is necessary.
If you have a valid course enrolment but cannot attend this course, please log out via LPIS during the unsubscribe period (until Sep 24th) to make your spot in the course available to other students.
At the end of the registration deadline, students from the waiting list, who do not yet have a valid registration will be assigned to the course. The allocation does not take place according to the position on the waiting list, but according to study progress of the student. Those students who have successfully completed the courses "Basic Tax Law" and "Advanced Tax Law" will be allocated preferentially.
Please log in with your WU account to use all functionalities of read!t. For off-campus access to our licensed electronic resources, remember to activate your VPN connection connection. In case you encounter any technical problems or have questions regarding read!t, please feel free to contact the library at email@example.com.
For bachelor students ("Europäisches Steuerrecht und Spezialfragen aus den für Unternehmen relevanten Gebieten des Steuerrechts").
- When writing a seminar paper, the introduction must contain a declaration of the use of AI. If no form of AI was used, a note to this effect is sufficient. If AI was used, the introduction must explain accordingly where and in what form.
- For seminar papers, increased attention will be paid to:
- Whether the processed legal status is up-to-date
- Correct/existent citations
- Correct use of abbreviations
- Errors in the outline