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Course module: 690934-M-18
690934-M-18
Thesis Tax Law
Course info
Course module690934-M-18
Credits (ECTS)18
CategoryMA (Master)
Course typeThesis
Language of instructionDutch
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg Law School; TLS: Department of Tax Law; Tax Law;
Is part of
M Tax Law
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
prof.mr. I.J.F.A. van Vijfeijken
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2020
Starting block
JAAR
Course mode
Full-time
RemarksCaution: this information is subject to change
Registration openfrom 24/08/2020 up to and including 20/08/2021
Aims
  • substantiate the answers found and propose defendable solutions (if necessary)
  • Show to master the academic skills needed to autonomously formulate an academic research question in the legal field.
  • Construct a research in order to answer the research question adequately
  • Collect, organise, analyse, correlate, and asses information relevant to the research
  • Present, in writing, the design, execution and results of the research in a clear, falsifiable and systematic fashion
  • Present the thesis to an audience of non-lawyers and defend it in front of the examination committee
Content
The Master's thesis is, with 18 EC, the largest component of the Master's programme 'Tax Law'. Many students experience writing their thesis as pleasant and difficult at the same time. The goal of the thesis as part of the Master's programme 'Tax Law' is twofold: 1) the thesis is part of the educational process 2) the thesis is the final examination and conclusion of the study Essential elements of writing a Master's thesis are: 
- formulation of the problem of the thesis 
- conducting legal research 
- writing a logical, coherent, structured thesis, containing the research results and showing the analytical and argumentational skills of the student. 
Furthermore, it is important to the academic level of the Master's thesis that the student is able to formulate hers/his own personal and academically substantiated opinion of the problem posed and is able to suggest possible solutions. The student should, as evidence of hers/his personality, be able to state hers/his opinions in a lucid fashion. During the graduation session, these opinions will be intellectually 'cross-examined' and the student should be able to defend hers/his opinions. The mentor guiding the student in writing the thesis, steers and stimulates the student. The progress of the writing is guarded by means of an electronic database. With regard to the demanded quality of the Master's thesis, it should be noted that, ideally, it should reach the level of an academic article worth publishing.

Specifics
See on Blackboard: guidelines masterthesis, research topics and timespan
Contact person
prof.mr. I.J.F.A. van Vijfeijken
Timetable information
Thesis Tax Law
Required materials
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Recommended materials
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Tests
Thesis

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