Specialization in International Tax Law

The postgraduate program, offered by the Tax Law Department, opens registration.

The Specialization comprises a systematic and rigorous study of international taxation bodies, its evolution, and current challenges. The program will enable professionals in the public and private sectors to perform with discretion and knowledge.

With a ten-year history, the Specialization in International Tax Law has consolidated itself as a comprehensive, deep, and up-to-date program on traditional international taxation problems. These years of experience have allowed refining a transversal approach to the increasingly complex answers proposed worldwide and in the heart of organizations such as the OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development) and the United Nations.

The program centers on income tax and protection of its basis; the agreements for avoiding double taxation, transfer pricing, and tax administration tools, in an international stage (exchange of information and administrative cooperation, among others).

The above responds to the recent amendments introduced by the Multilateral Convention for implementation of the BEPS, the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters, the OECD/G20 BEPS actions, as well as the developments in these matters in Latin America, United States, and Europe.

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