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60 NQF credits at HEQSF level 9

Course entry requirements:

FTX5034F

Objective:

The course involves the analysis and interpretation of articles of double tax agreements using the OECD Model convention as a base and the interaction with South African income tax.

Course outline:

The course involves further analysis and interpretation of articles of double tax agreements using the OECD Model Convention as a base and the interaction with South African income tax. The course is part-time but intensive and lectures are usually on Wednesday mornings and Saturday mornings. These seminars / lectures will consist of guided group discussions of tax legislation case studies applied in a practical manner. Some sessions will be conducted as traditional lectures on selected topics.

DP requirements:

Satisfactory progress for in course assessments.

Assessment:

In course assessments 45% and Final assessment 55%

Last updated : 30 Mar 2017



Staff Members on this course :

Emeritus Professor Jennifer Roeleveld Professor

+27 (0)21 650 4031
Jennifer.Roeleveld@uct.ac.za
4.57, Robert Leslie Social Science

Dr. Craig West Associate Professor

+27 (0)21 650 4252
Craig.West@uct.ac.za
Office: 4.58, Robert Leslie Social Science
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Research Area / Interest :
Head of Taxation Postgraduate Studies