Master

Fiscal Economics

Are you a creative and analytical thinker? Do you like coming up with smart solutions for tax problems? And would you love to learn about all the ins and outs of the tax system? Then Fiscal Economics might be just the thing for you. This master's programme merges insights from economics, business economics and law. It's quality is recognised by the Dutch Order of Tax Advisors (NOB). 

You'll take a range of compulsory courses that give you an in-depth academic understanding of taxation, accountancy, corporate and value-added tax, government policies on taxation and other essential fiscal areas. You'll also be able to choose elective courses that match your personal interests and career ambitions. After you’ve graduated, you’ll have all the training you’ll need to work as a tax advisor, tax consultant or tax inspector. 

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    Lisanly Vanblarcum (24, Curaçao), Master in Fiscal Economics

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      “You’re about to graduate from your masters, any plans for next year?”
      “I’m going to start my PhD in Economics at Stanford University in September. Before I started my studies, I had never considered academia as a possible career path, yet here I am. Throughout the past years, my passion for statistics and its applications to economic problems has grown and when people ask me about my motivation for pursuing a PhD, I often like to quote Greeta Iyengar: “Knowledge has a beginning, but no end.” There is so much more out there in the field that I am eager to learn about, which cannot possibly be taught in a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree. So I’m really excited about the upcoming years and I’m looking forward to some sunny Californian weather, even though I will miss Maastricht and my friends here a lot.”
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