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Are you passionate about taxes? Do you have a bachelor’s degree in financial law, economics, business administration, or a related field? And are you ready to take the next step in your career? Then you should consider doing the American specialisation of the master’s in International and European Tax Law. This one –year master’s programme is jointly offered by Maastricht University and the University of Aruba. It focusses on corporate taxation and international tax planning with particular reference to Europe and the Americas. You’ll combine legal and economic approaches with policy and practice, and you’ll gain insight into the interdependence of corporate structures, investment, cross-border employment and tax law. Upon graduation, you’ll find yourself in an enviable position. Thanks to their broad knowledge of financial and business matters, many of our graduates are highly in demand on the job market. And the international orientation of your degree will open up job opportunities in many different countries.
Jean-Marc Kock is one of the first students to complete the Master of Laws (LL.M.) study in International and European Tax Law at the University of Aruba and Maastricht. Before officially receiving his Master Degree he already landed a job at one of the biggest accounting firms of the world, PwC. In the picture you see PwC Partner Professor Roland Brandsma, Professor Anouk Bollen-Vandenboorn, PwC Partner Hans Ruiter and Jean-Marc. We congratulate Jean-Marc with his success!
Since I will be the new coordinator for the Double Degree Program in International and European Tax law, American Specialisation per August 1, I would like to introduce myself briefly.
My name is Pauline Veenendaal, I am 44 years old and married. I have been living on Aruba for a year and a half now and I like Aruba very much! Initially, we came here for my husband’s work. Luckily, I quickly found myself a job at PwC, where I still work during the mornings. I’m very glad I can join the team at the University of Aruba and Maastricht University as per August 1! I intend to be present at the University in the afternoons, where you can find me in the flex room.
I look forward to meeting the students of the DDP and my colleagues at the University of Aruba and Maastricht University and I’m sure we will be able to work well together!
When prospective students ask me why they should come to Maastricht, I say: ‘Because it’s the best!’
Halfway through the programme, studying felt more like a hobby than an obligation
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