Oxford Law to Offer an MSc in Taxation

Part-time program is set to launch in September 2016

The University of Oxford's Faculty of Law has announced that it will launch an MSc program in Taxation beginning in 2016.

The new degree will cover topics in national, European, international, and comparative taxation. It's aimed at a range of participants, including professionals working in law or accounting firms, as well as those working in revenue authorities; and those who are considering an academic career in taxation.

Oxford's MSc in Taxation will be delivered on a part-time basis. Over two years, students will participate in three, one-week long residential blocks as well as other sessions which will mainly be delivered in short weekend blocks.

The program is offered in partnership with Oxford University's Centre for Business Taxation.

No details were immediately available with respect to the MSc in Taxation's curriculum.

The new program is set to launch in September of 2016. For more info, please see the Oxford Law press release announcing the launch of the MSc in Taxation. You can read about Oxford's LL.M. programs on the school's full profile at LLM GUIDE.


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