VALENCIA UNIVERSITY PARTICIPATES IN THE EUCOTAX WINTERCOURSE
What is EUCOTAX?
EUCOTAX (European Universities Cooperating on Taxes) Wintercourse is an international tax seminar takes place each year at an international level. The Wintercourse was founded in 1993 by the University of Tilburg (Netherlands) with the participation of two more universities (Universities of Paris and Hamburg). Because of its success, the number of participating universities has been extended to the present, where the Wintercourse consists of an expanded network with the participation of 15 European and American Universities:
Barcelona (Universitat de Barcelona),
Budapest (Corvinus University),
Edinburgh (University of Edinburgh)
Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven),
Lodz (University of Lodz),
Osnabrück (Universität Osnabrück),
Rome (LUISS Guido Carli University),
Tilburg (Tilburg University),
Uppsala (University of Uppsala),
Valencia (Universitat de València),
Vienna (University of Economics and Business of Vienna)
Warsaw (University of Warsaw)
Washington D.C. (Georgetown University),
Zurich (University of Zurich)
The University of Valencia has participated for the first time in the academic year 2015/2016!!!
Every year three selected students in Tax Law of the University of Valencia will have the great opportunity to participate in the EUCOTAX program. The selection process will be open in September of each year to assess the candidate’s interest in tax matters, their academic record and communications skills in English.
For more information, please contact with Prof. Dr. Francisco Alfredo García Prats (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Our first experience…
In the academic year 2015/16, the EUCOTAX conference was held in Vienna from April 14th to 21st, 2016. The general subject was “Potential Impact of BEPS on Tax Systems”. Prof. Dr. Francisco Alfredo García Prats and his academic team, formed by the PhD Candidates Slavka Dimitrova Slavcheva and Leopoldo Parada, supported and supervised our students Teresa Cifre Blasco (Transfer Pricing in a post-BEPS world), Guillermo López Martín (Procedural aspects in a post-BEPS world), María Jesús Gimeno González