The National Centre for Taxation Studies at the University of Limerick (UL) was established in 2004 with the aim of furthering tax education and research both nationally and internationally. With the largest tax faculty of any university in Ireland and a collaborative educational partnership with the Irish Revenue Commissioners, we are uniquely positioned to foster research and education that is both ground-breaking and relevant to Revenue Authorities, Tax Practitioners and Academics.
In partnership with the Irish Revenue Commissioners we deliver and accredit both the BA (Hons) in Applied Taxation and the Diploma in Applied Taxation. The Centre facilitates collaborative research between UL's faculty and Revenue's taxation specialists in a range of taxation and related areas.
We also provide specialist teaching and research in several undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at UL, including the Bachelor of Business Studies, the BA (Hons) in Law and Accounting, the MBA, the Master of Taxation and the MSc in Financial Services.
Director, National Centre for Taxation Studies