This program is implemented in cooperation with the Information Office of the International Tax Service (Netherlands), the international law firm Linklaters LLP (UK), the University of Oxford (UK), the University of Amsterdam (Netherlands), Corvinus University (Hungary), the University of Eastern Finland (Finland), the University of San Paolo (Brazil), the Brazilian Institute of Tax Law (Brazil).
The course is taught totally in English. The interactive character enables us to share modern knowledge and skills, to access the most comprehensive foreign databases on international taxation to obtain the most up-to-date information. The program provides for optional events with partners in Russia and abroad, including participation in international competitions (moot courts), the activity of students in various projects, including those initiated by them themselves.
The discipline includes the basics of international taxation and tax administration in this area.
The discipline includes the history of the emergence, development, structure of international tax agreements and the practice of applying tax agreements in the Russian Federation and abroad.
The discipline examines the peculiarities of multinational companies’ tax structuring, special rules for multinational companies’ taxation in the Russian Federation and abroad.
The discipline is aimed at studying the rules of international pricing in cross-border transactions within multinational companies.
In this discipline, the tax rules of foreign countries in terms of general and international taxation are considered.
The discipline examines international tax issues that the OECD is actively engaged in; a plan to combat the erosion of the tax base and profit shifting.
Our students have two options in career: in the field of international taxation and in related broader foreign economic spheres.
Joining the international professional community;
Obtaining professional-level knowledge;
Obtaining a unique specialty;
Study is organized as part of an individual professional trajectory;
Visiting faculty: V.A. Machekhin (Russia), A.V. Knyazeva (Russia), E.V. Ryabova (Russia), Jan de Godet (Netherlands), Ricardo Garcia Antov (Netherlands), Alessandro Turina (Netherlands), Daniel Diek (Hungary), Svetislav Kostić (Serbia).
The program is aimed at students’ passing exams for obtaining an ADIT, Advance Diploma in International Taxation (UK).