PG Certificate Transfer Pricing - What you will study
Transfer Pricing touches multinational corporations working in multiple jurisdictions.
This module lays the foundation for the rest of the course and provides an overview of the tools needed to assess the legal environment of a specific jurisdiction when applying the Transfer Pricing principles. The appreciation of operating within an ethical framework and specifically within the Transfer Pricing environment is also discussed.
The module also covers the essential Arm’s Length Principle and Functional Analysis.
This Postgraduate Certificate award is the stage 1 of this programme and consists of 60 credits in total
- This stage will contain two modules, with 30 credits awarded per module.
- The learning will address important issues within the sector, drawing on key points, to ensure you gain a thorough understanding of the topics.
- Students must complete and successfully pass the assigned coursework assessments and the final exam at the end of each stage to claim their award.
- Pre-recorded academic lectures will be released each week, accompanied with the prescribed reading, any additional reading and/or research, as required. Directed reading will relate to provided case law, and will also include reading from legislation, books, articles, academic and professional journals.
- The learning from the lectures will be emphasised with an array of case studies, practice examples and resources, to challenge thinking in a practical context. Engaging activities on the discussion forum, the use of quizzes, polls and other forum built-in activity will further validate the learning objectives.
- Each main topic will end with a live-online tutorial, conducted by the lecturers. The tutorials are designed to be interactive, providing students with the opportunity to ask questions and to consider issues from different perspectives.
The assessment scheme for each module shall consist of the following:
- Coursework Assessment 1 (20 Marks)
- Coursework Assessment 2 (20 marks)
- Final Assignment (60 Marks)