DATEV licence WS 2023/2024
Note - the course will take place in German.
Ruben Klemm, M.Sc.
Type and duration of the event:
Lecture (introductory course and block seminar)
You will find detailed information below. Registration is possible here.
10.11.2023, 08:15-16:00 WiWi 1
17.11.2023, 08:15-16:00 WiWi 1
24.11.2023, 08:15-16:00 WiWi 1
Please remember to register for this examination in good time during the early registration period at the Examinations Office!
There are 25 places available for participants.
I. Classification of the course
- Course in the Bachelor's degree programme, module Key Qualification ("Selected Chapters Key Qualifications"), 2nd year of study.
- Certificate of achievement: Participation in the guest lecture as well as in the block course; successful completion of the DATEV licence including final exam, 3 LP (PO 2018) or completion of a seminar paper.
II Learning objective and content of the course
The aim of the course is to teach students the possible uses of EDP in a tax consultancy using various DATEV programmes, including the following topics:
- Annual accounts
- Business management analysis
The course consists of three modules:
- DATEV - Industries, Processes, Trends
Guest lecture by Mr. Andreas Rumpf (DATEV, Dortmund).
Self-learning component (e-learning) on current and expected developments in the tax consultancy sector (time required: 1.5 hours).
Exam relevance: 15
- Case study law firm practice
Interactive processing of the case study on the PC with the help of the DATEV software under the guidance of the lecturer.
Exam relevance: 70
- LEXinform/Info-Database Pro
Self-learning component focusing on the use of the tax law database LEXinform Steuern/Recht/Wirtschaft Pro and the Info-Database (time required: 2 hours).
Exam relevance: 15
III. Application and registration
The number of participants is limited to 25.
Registration is possible via the registration tool. 25 places will be allocated.
After delivery of the confirmation of participation, the registration (registration period for early examinations), which is binding under examination law, must still be submitted to the Examinations Office.
IV. Necessary previous knowledge
General business studies