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 Postgraduate Diploma has been developed to assist multinationals and tax practitioners alike, who need to increase their skills in transfer pricing.
The central aim of this course, which consists of 4 modules, is to provide a comprehensive grounding in all aspects of transfer pricing. The modules address the important issues within the sector, drawing out key points to ensure you gain a thorough understanding of the topics before completing the final assignment. On completion you will have a thorough understanding of the key transfer pricing principles. The programme will equip you to not only implement the general principles of transfer pricing, but will also enable you to engage with the relevant authorities in the territories that you are currently working in.
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This is a distance learning course and all notes and lecture material will be made available via the internet through the KNect365 Learning Virtual Learning platform. Pre-recorded lectures will be conducted on the internet via our online classroom every week, followed a week later by a live online tutorial in a fully interactive classroom to give students the opportunity to ask questions. This ensures that students are part of a unique study environment that assists with balancing already busy professional lives. All lectures and tutorials are recorded and archived, making it very easy to refer back to previous lectures, or catch up on missed lectures.
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How will I receive my materials?
There are two books which you will need as part of the course, and electronic versions of these books will be available for you through the KNect365 Virtual Learning Platform:
You will also be given access to a selected online resources and will also have access to a database of tax research material.
The course has its own secure website where the content can be viewed entirely online. This site offers you the option of viewing and accessing your course online and downloading and printing the materials at any location that has internet access. The site also offers access to:
The aim of the site is to offer a more flexible delivery system and to offer participants the platform to communicate with one another in a secure, dedicated environment.
You will use the forum to discuss any matters relating to the course. Throughout the modules, there are suggestions for you to do some further investigation or research into a chosen topic. Students are encouraged to interact with each other and exchange views on the discussion forum. This is a key part of the learning process and will help to enhance your studies and understanding of other participants’ perspectives on different issues.
"Excellent course and tutors – this course makes a rather complex area more accessible."
ArcelorMittal, Deloitte, E&Y, Ericsson, Federal Inland Revenue Service
(Nigeria), Glencore, KPMG, Lagos State Internal Revenue Service, Mazars,
MTN, Nampak, National Treasury (South Africa), SAB Miller, South African
Revenue Service, Thomson Reuters, Uganda Revenue Authority, Unilever,
Zimbabwe Revenue Authority.
This course has been specifically designed as the first full postgraduate
diploma in Transfer Pricing. It is aimed at in-house tax and transfer pricing
specialists from multinational companies, tax practitioners in private
practice and revenue authorities.
To be eligible for the award of the Postgraduate Diploma in Transfer Pricing you will need to pass the course as a whole. The student will be expected to complete three tutorial questions per module, four written assignments (1 per module) and at the end, complete the final assessment (1 overall written course assignment).
In summary, there are 3 assessment processes that take place over the academic period:
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