|Study Guide to Masters and Bachelors Degree Courses|
Master in Customs, Taxation and International Trade Law
Institute of Tax Law
University of Münster, Germany
|Address||University of Münster, Institute of Tax Law, Department of Customs and Excise, Universitätsstrasse 14 - 16, D-48143 Münster, Germany|
|Tel. No.||+49 (0)251 83 27591|
|Fax. No.||+49 (0)251 83 27593|
|Course||Master in Customs, Taxation and International Trade Law|
|Degree awarded||Master of Customs Administration 'MCA'|
|Type of courses||Part-time|
|Length of programme||18 months|
|Date of commencement||1 September each year|
|Accommodation||Available (not included in course fee)|
EUR 19,800 |
This applies to participants from both EU and non EU countries.
It covers the costs of tuition and course materials.
|Head of Studies (MCA)||Dr. Christopher Dallimore|
4 year Bachelor Degree and 1 year professional experience in customs-related field|
3 year Bachelor Degree and 5 years professional experience in customs-related field.
Official certificate of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS, APIEL or equivalent test)
1. Ratio of National / Overseas students: 50/50 |
2. Ratio of Men / Women: 50/50
3. Age range: 30 – 50
|Contact details for application||
Dr. Christopher Dallimore |
University of Münster, Institute of Tax Law, Department of Customs and Excise
Universitätsstrasse 14 - 16, D-48143 Münster, Germany
Tel.: +49 251 83 275 79
Fax: +49 251 832 75 61
The Master’s in Customs, Taxation and International Trade Law is offered by the University of Münster, one of the most prestigious universities in Germany. It has been designed for customs practitioners in the public and private sectors who are aiming at a career as strategic managers.
The Master’s course is offered on a part-time basis and lasts for 18 months. The first twelve months consist of monthly seminars and self-study. Two one-week seminars are held in Münster at the beginning and end of the course. Otherwise, the seminars are held each month in Münster for three days (Thursday – Saturday). In addition, participants are to develop and complete a project at their place of work. This component is agreed between the course supervisors and the employer. The final six months of the Master’s course are devoted to writing the Master’s thesis and a report on the workplace project. As a result, the course is designed for professionals and strikes a reasonable balance between the needs of the workplace and the academic demands of a postgraduate course of studies.
The Master’s course presents customs within the context of taxation and international trade law. Thereby, participants will understand the role that customs plays in international trade and how it relates to other areas of trade regulation. The individual subjects dealt with in the course are of practical importance to the private and public sectors. During seminars, participants are encouraged and expected to contribute to discussions and problem-solving activities. Thereby, they will improve their skills specifically for their place of work.
Upon successful completion of the course, participants will be awarded the degree “Master of Customs Administration” by the University of Münster. The title of this degree reflects the fact that this course has been specifically designed to produce strategic managers in the field of customs.
The Master’s in Customs, Taxation and International Trade Law has been designed in accordance with the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and the PICARD Standards of the World Customs Organisation.
Further information is provided on our website: www.uni-muenster-mca.de
The Department of Customs and Excise forms part of the Institute of Tax Law at the University of Muenster. It was created in 1995 with the aim of promoting research into customs-related topics of both national and international importance as well as raising the profile of customs within the law faculty and business school. Please click here to find more information about the profile of the institute. The following pages provide an overview of our activities and research projects. We hope you find them of interest: please contact us if you wish to know more!
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