Transfer pricing has become a major problem with international multinationals, particularly in developing countries. Revenue services are becoming more skilled in the area of transfer pricing, and every year sees a dramatic increase in companies being required to engage with revenue services on transfer pricing.
This is a unique course offered by IITF in collaboration with Middlesex University, to assist multinationals and tax practitioners alike, who need to increase their skills in transfer pricing.
This course, developed by leading international transfer pricing specialists, at both advisory and in-house levels, will provide a firm grounding on all must-know Transfer Pricing areas. Upon completion, you will be fully equipped to confidently pursue a career in international taxation.
The I/I/T/F has been delivering the Postgraduate Diploma in Transfer Pricing since 2008. In its current form, the programme has been offered successfully, in conjunction with I/I/T/F’s partners, InformatConmnect and Middlesex University, since 2018.
In 2021 it was, however, decided to expand the Transfer Pricing offering to include the introductory Postgraduate Certificate and the more advanced Masters in Transfer Pricing in conjunction with the Postgraduate Diploma. Both the certification and masters programmes are in process of being validated by Middlesex University and we are confident that they will be available for participation by the second quarter of 2022. The Postgraduate Diploma in Transfer Pricing is already validated and is available to candidates for participation. The next PG-D intake is March 2022.
I/I/T/F has developed the entire programme in three stages that flow directly from one stage into another. This offers the student the opportunity to conclude the PG-C and then move directly into the PG-D (and the MSc if desired) seamlessly, without having to repeat any module or topic.
- Stage 1 is divided into 2 modules containing 10 teaching weeks each. Stage 1 will conclude the Postgraduate Certificate portion.
- Stage 2 is divided into 2 modules containing 10 teaching weeks each. Stage 2 will conclude the Postgraduate Diploma portion.
- Stage 3 consists of only one module to complete the dissertation