Bachelor in Tax Law in first place again; Master in Tax Law comes in second
Like in previous years, Elsevier looked into all Dutch study programmes and established which ones are the best. Like last year, our bachelor programme Tax Law is in first place again!
According to Elsevier, our students remain satisfied with their tutors and the content and quality of their programme. The master’s Tax Law rose from a third place last year to a fantastic second place this year (of the 8 compared programmes). Also for the master’s programme, the quality of the tutors is highly valuated.
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