German Tax Law & Treaty Policy


German Tax Law & Treaty Policy

Get to know the German Federal Tax System, Fiscal Administration, Constitutional aspects, Taxation of corporates and partnerships, the relevance of family-owned companies in Germany, the Impact of European Union Law, VAT, German treaty policy, German Foreign Tax Act and current hotspots as limitation of loss deduction, interest deduction, participation exemptions, company reorganization and Group taxation, Anti-avoidance rules, CFC rules, Exit taxes and post-BEPS measures as well as German language and culture. See our Timetable (pdf-version) to learn more.


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Due to organisational reasons the number of participants is limited to 20 persons To be put on our wait-list, please contact us asap.


The Coordination Office for Summer Schools will organize your accommodation for the time of your stay in Osnabrueck. You will be either accommodated in one of Osnabrueck’s student dorms or with a carefully selected homestay. Please note that due to logistic reasons, it is not possible to make any commitments regarding your accommodation.

Recreation program

You will take part in a wide variety of cultural, social, and outdoor activities, including activities and sights in Osnabrück (e.g., Felix Nussbaum exhibition, night watchman tour) and a trip to Bremen, a guided mudflat hiking tour from the East Frisian mainland to the island of Baltrum, etc. We also offer an optional three-day trip to our capital, Berlin. This trip can be booked and paid for directly along with your registration.

Fee & benefits

Don't miss your chance to spend an unforgettable summer in Germany. The fee of € 1,500 per Summer School program includes:

  • Lectures, seminars and workshops
  • Course material (readings, worksheets, textbooks)
  • Wide variety of cultural, social and outdoor activities
  • Excursion program to sights in Osnabrueck and Northern Germany
  • Welcome package including information needed for your stay
  • Individual mentoring
  • Accommodation in a student dorm (single rooms) or with carefully selected homestays
  • Permit to consume meals at the university’s cafeterias for reduced student prices
  • Free public transportation in Osnabrueck
  • Free wireless internet access on campus

Excluded are:

  • Travel to and from Osnabrueck
  • Meals and other living costs
  • optional excursion to Berlin in the end of the Summer School program (extra costs of € 240 apply, if you choose to take part in the excursion)

Apply via Intern. Office