Students will be able to combine the theoretical and practical knowledge acquired during the course and to develop the general and specific competences of the syllabus.
Students will be able to locate different tax information, as well as analyse, interpret, summarise and explain it, showing their written communication abilities.
Students will be able to successfully manage administrative doctrine and national and international jurisprudence relevant to the subject.
Students will be able to use new technologies applied to taxation.
Students will be able to identify and solve complex tax problems, providing different solutions and proposals from a suitable tax panning perspective.
Students will be able to present the results of their project or research as well as to present it in public, showcasing their clear explanations and summaries.