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Advanced Master
International Tax Law (Advanced LLM)
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Open House

What is this programme about?
Students and lecturers from International Tax Law will tell you what you can expect from this programme and discuss career opportunities once you have graduated.

FAQ

  • When do I need to submit my English test results and how?

    We need your English test results approximately before the end of March (for early bird admission) or half May (regular admission). Exact dates will be pronounced. The earlier your file is complete, the better though. If you did not have any English test results at the moment you applied, please e-mail them to tax-llm-fdr@uva.nl. If you will send results of a TOEFL iBT test, please make sure you’ll at the UvA institutional code: 9011. Otherwise we cannot verify your results online.

  • What are the available scholarships for the programme?

    There are currently three scholarships all student can apply for:

    1. The UvA/IBFD scholarship
    2. The Loyens & Loeff Scholarship
    3. The Maisto e Associati scholarship.

    Next to these there is the CSAT scholarship for employees of an African tax authority who are working there for at least three years before starting the programme and who will return to that employment after completing the programme and the internship. 

    Please find more information about these scholarships on the tuition fee and costs section of the International Tax Law programme on the UvA website.

  • What is Amsterdam Law Practice?

    The Amsterdam Law School offers an Experiential Education programme unique in the Netherlands. In its simplest terms, experiential education aims to let you learn by reflecting on a personal learning experience, or, in other words, to learn by doing. Each Master’s programme offers courses from what is collectively known as the Amsterdam Law Practice (ALP) in which you are asked to apply your knowledge of the law to questions from actual practice. These courses place you in a particular professional role and make experiences a part of the learning process. This takes shape, for example, in the form of moot courts, simulations, clinics, and internships. In all cases, you take on the role of a lawyer and learn to reflect on who you are as a lawyer, and how you want to contribute to the society in the future, through the way you carry out your work. Within each master programme it is possible to follow a minimum of 6 ects of experiential education and a maximum of 12 ects. International Tax Law Moot Court is a example of the Amsterdam Law Practice.

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