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Summer Course Tax Reporting
What's this Specialisation course about?

New European rules on tax information reporting by platforms raise a lot of issues. Join our Summer Course, because these are the subjects we are going to discuss!

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In our brochure you'll find all the details about the specialisation course “Platforms and Tax Information Reporting in the European Legal Framework”.

Funded by the European Union. Views and opinions expressed are however those of the author(s) only and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or any EU institutions. Neither the European Union nor the granting authority can be held responsible for them.

Meet our Academic Staff


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The OECD Model Rules for Reporting by Platforms and the Crypto-Asset Reporting Framework, DAC7, DAC8, and VAT information reporting in the EU: the age of platforms tax reporting is already here Mr Raffaele Russo (Chair of the Advisory Board of the ACTL/CPT project and former head of the OECD BEPS Project)
Prof. Dr Sjoerd Douma (Director of the Advanced Master’s (LL.M) in International Tax Law)
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After recent scandals, also in the Netherlands, we all know how important fundamental rights and taxpayers’ rights are, especially when it comes to platforms, artificial intelligence and algorithms. And in the course, we will speak about effective legal remedies for taxpayers and no black boxes Prof. Dr Sjoerd Douma (Director of the Advanced Master’s (LL.M) in International Tax Law)
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Online platforms are and will be increasingly at the crossroad of targeted initiatives by the OECD and the EU. Our specialisation course meets the urgent demand for highly qualified experts in this field. We train present and future tax professionals for the last-mile challenges in International, European tax, and VAT law Dr Giorgio Beretta, Dr Claudio Cipollini, and Mr Juan Manuel Vazquez (Members of the ACTL/CPT Project and PLATFORMTAXREP course coordinators) 

Programme at a Glance

  • Title of the course: Platforms and Tax Information Reporting in the European Legal Framework
  • Type of instruction: UvA summer course | ACTL-CPT project education
  • Mode of instruction: On-campus
  • Location: Amsterdam Law School (Nieuwe Achtergracht 166, 1018 WV Amsterdam)
  • Academic dates: Monday, 26 August – Saturday, 31 August 2024 (with a break in the afternoon of 29 August for the Uva Mini-Symposium)
  • Teaching hours: 40 hours
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Tuition fees: € 2,000. Early bird discount and scholarships available
  • Degree: ACTL certificate of attendance (50% minimum class attendance). The course qualifies for 40 PE hours for the NOB Permanente Educatie
  • Final admission deadline: 30 June 2024
  • How to apply: fill in the registration form.
  • Who is this programme for? The specialisation course is particularly suitable for tax professionals, government officials, and policymakers seeking highly qualified training on a new and expanding domain of International, European tax, and VAT law, such as platforms’ information tax reporting. University scholars and students of the UvA’s Advanced Master’s (LL.M.) in International Tax Law can also apply. All applicants should have a university degree in law, economics, or accountancy at (least) the Bachelor’s level or previous studies in tax law.
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€ 2,000. Early bird discount and scholarships available