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90 NQF credits at HEQSF level 9

Convener: J Roeleveld

Course entry requirements:

FTX5030W and FTX4036S

Course outline:

This course forms the research component of the MCom Taxation programme (see CM031FTX10). An individual research paper (maximum length 25,000 words excluding appendices and bibliography) on a topic of taxation is required. The student will be required to submit a proposal to his/her appointed supervisor for approval. The research requires a student to evaluate research undertaken in a specific area or evaluate new or existing legislation. Students are required to demonstrate use of peer-reviewed journals, authoritative texts, legislation and case law.

DP requirements:

Approved proposal and performance to the supervisor’s satisfaction.


Minor dissertation 100%.

Last updated : 30 Mar 2017

Staff Members on this course :

Emeritus Professor Jennifer Roeleveld Professor

+27 (0)21 650 4031
4.57, Robert Leslie Social Science

Dr. Craig West Associate Professor

+27 (0)21 650 4252
Office: 4.58, Robert Leslie Social Science
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Research Area / Interest :
Head of Taxation Postgraduate Studies

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