International Taxation and Law
- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- without admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Five Reasons to choose this Bachelor's Program
Special Program Features
Study at the international and modern Kleve Campus
The Kleve Campus of the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences hosts over 7200 students from more than 120 countries. It is formed by several acres of new buildings merged with nature and the surrounding Spoy Canal.
Learn the latest methods to international taxation and law
Students of this bachelor's program learn how to analyze the complexities of international markets with the help of cutting-edge methods.
Enjoy the cozy city of Kleve while taking advantage of a highly international environment
The charming city of Kleve is located in the region of North Rhine-Westphalia near the border with the Netherlands and gives students the opportunity to enjoy a relaxed student atmosphere while benefiting from a deeply international and multicultural environment.
The “Agency for Quality Assurance through Accreditation of Study Programs” is a German non-profit association that is authorized to conduct external evaluation procedures for universities in Germany and Europe.
The application requirements for the study program in “International Taxation and Law” are:
Please submit all diplomas or certificates qualifying you for admission to higher education in your home country.
Completion of an 8-week preparatory internship. This is optional for initial admission but must be met by the 4th-semester re-enrolment deadline at the latest. It is often easier for international applicants – particularly those who speak little to no German – to complete this mandatory requirement in their home country before applying.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
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I decided to come to Rhine-Waal University to do my master`s degree because the program is in English [...] Doing this program here has been quite interesting and somewhat challenging; it has offered me the opportunity to establish close ties with the lecturers and fellow students as well.
Your Personal Contact
Prof. Dr. Norbert Dautzenberg
Professor of Basics of Business Administration and Taxation
Fabian Dargel, M.Sc.
Degree Programme Management
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