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. 

Master's Open Day March 2019

Master's Open Day on 12 November 2022

Experience Maastricht University: find out more about one of the most international universities in Europe, immerse yourself in your programme of choice, and explore our beautiful city. The next Master's Open Day will take place on Saturday, 12 November 2022.

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Talk to our student ambassadors!

Would you like to ask or talk about something with one of our students? On our YouTube channel, our master's students answer some of your most pressing questions! Prefer to directly talk to one of our students? Below you will find an overview of SBE's student ambassadors. The ambassadors will be happy to help you with all your questions. 

Ask our students - Masters edition

Alumna Fiscal Economics Maastricht University

Meet our Graduate

"Fiscal Economics was the perfect master to combine tax law and my love for numbers! While specialised, it still offers many different opportunities after graduating."
 

Name: Kim Erens 
Company: Ernst & Young tax advisors LLP
Position: Senior Consultant Tax Specialities: People Advisory Services
Check out my profile on LinkedIn!

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