Highly complex tax problems have arisen as tax law has become more international. The continuing studies program "Master of International Taxation," which students can attend while working, imparts theoretical and practical knowledge of international taxation, equipping future tax experts to solve complex problems. Students learn to judge the legal, corporate and financial consequences of various tax concepts within the context of globalization. This program is interdisciplinary. Courses are given by international academics and practitioners. An introduction to sixteen European and non-European tax systems constitutes a fundamental aspect of this program.