The University of Oviedo and the Spanish Association of Tax Advisors sign a collaboration agreement
December 04, 2014
The academic institution and the entity will develop joint actions related to specialized formation and research in matters of common interest
The University of Oviedo and the Spanish Association of Tax Advisors (AEDAF) have signed a collaboration agreement mainly aimed at the creation of national and international formation programs and joint projects. The agreement was signed by the Rector of the University of Oviedo, Vicente Gotor, and the president of the entity, Eduardo Luque.
The Spanish Association of Tax Advisors gathers the university graduates who specialize in tax-related matters and who work primarily as tax advisors. Its objectives include high-quality lifelong formation, professional meetings and specialized publications.
The agreement with the University of Oviedo seeks to establish a cooperation framework in terms of education, science and technique that benefit both parties. Among other activities, it includes the planning of the courses that may be offered by the association, the promotion of projects and research lines in common matters, and advise in issues related to the activities conducted by both entities.