Master’s in European and International Tax Law

LL.M or MSc with a major in Tax Law | 1 year | 60 credits

Career opportunities

The Master's in European and International Tax Law prepares you for a career within law firms, international audit and professional services firms, national tax authorities, tax divisions in multinational companies as well as finance departments and other government tax policy institutions.

Tax specialists work at the center of the corporate world or government policy with clients and other professionals to find the optimal tax solutions adapted to complex commercial and real-life circumstances.

Graduates often find a job as tax specialists in their home country in various functions in both the public and private sectors. The Master's degree also adequately prepares students for PhD studies in European and International Taxation.

The good reputation of the professors is really an advantage when applying for a job, since the potential employer may know of, and appreciate, your professors. A further advantage of this programme is that you develop and improve your research skills significantly. I benefit from this skill every day as I'm often faced with challenging questions in my work life. 

Terence Tervoort graduated from European and International Tax Law in 2015. He currently works at the indirect tax department at EY. 

The next step

Our Career Services support you in building functioning networks, developing your resume and finding and getting a job. In addition, each semester we hold seminars on career related topics and assist you in networking with our alumni.

As a student, you can also join the Lund University job portal MyCareer - Europe's largest career network for students and graduates. MyCareer gives access to jobs, internships, graduate programmes and projects across Europe.