FIBAA assessment - General
- The Master program in International Business & Tax Law (LL.M.) satisfies FIBAA’s quality requirements for Master programs in full.
- Above-average results were achieved with regard to international orientation, cooperation and partnerships in science and business, admissions procedures, integration of theory and practice, employability, faculty, infrastructure and quality assurance.
FIBAA assessment - Details
- Positioning: European Community and Union law largely determines national law in the EU member states. The part-time design of the LL.M program for a Master in International Business & Tax Law enables students to continue to pursue their professions while equipping them with in-depth knowledge in international business and tax law.
- The training provided by the LL.M. program for a Master in International Business & Tax Law is highly relevant for the employment market.
- Joint study programs and partnerships: Partnerships with various universities and other scientific institutions and networks generate highly positive results in terms of knowledge transfer and student exchanges. This also applies to cooperation agreements with the business community and other organizations.
- Employability: Employability is a key criterion at all stages of the program, which is consistently targeted at the needs of the employment market.
- Faculty: Highly qualified lecturers with practical experience guarantee the above-average quality of this study program, which has a balanced focus on theory and practice.
- Teaching and learning methods: The teaching and learning methods of the LL.M. program for a Master in International Business & Tax Law are designed to activate students’ own potential in terms of their professional expertise and personal experience through a mutual exchange of knowledge, and to provide students with continuous critical feedback and hence support in the learning and implementation process in the long term.