Pre-Master & Master in Fiscal Law

Pre-Master & Master in Fiscal Law

Pre-Master & Master in Fiscal Law

Pre-Master & Master Fiscal Law

  • Duration:
    2 years

  • Lecture hours:
    Evening sessions
    5:30 PM – 9:00 PM

  • Language of Instruction:

  • Type:
    Master of Law

  • Program Coordinator:
    Rashid Sammy LL.M.

  • Faculty:
    School of Law

Tuition Fees:

  • ANG 7,100 per year (tuition fee)

  • ANG 1,000 per year (books, syllabi, etc.)
    ANG 500 exam tuition (year 4)

Studying Fiscal Law

Studying Fiscal Law

This program is especially designed for those with a Bachelor’s degree in Tax law & economics or a Bachelor’s degree in tax Economy. The program has duration of 2 years, consisting of a pre-master and a master’s year. In order to be admitted to the master program of fiscal law, students are required to first complete a pre-master of fiscal law program, consisting of 60 ECT’s. The premaster program aims at helping students to acquire the necessary academic skills to be admitted to the master of fiscal law program.

Determine whether an imposed fine is correct and recognize what’s to be done when problems regarding tax collection arise. Students will learn about liability and claims and they will gain knowledge about taxpayer obligations.

Your courses are centralized around formal fiscal law and are offered in a variety of courses including:

  • Tax Systems
  • Rights and Obligations of taxable individuals
  • Fines and other sanctions
  • Corporate Governance

This program is offered in Dutch.

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Advantages of the Pre-Master & Master in Fiscal Law

Advantages of the Pre-Master & Master in Fiscal Law

  • Specialized both in local (Curaçao) fiscal law and Dutch fiscal law
  • Education in accordance with the Dutch university standards
  • Small-scale university; accessible learning and study in a non-hierarchal environment allowing easy access and collaboration with professors
  • Excellent career perspectives
  • Top of the line professors: engaged staff, expert guest lecturers from Dutch universities

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