CPA Ireland is still accepting applications from new students for the first set of 2020 exams.
There are several ways in which prospective students can commence the CPA Ireland qualification. Entry routes include accounting technicians, college graduates and mature students, as well as, students wishing to transfer from another accountancy body to CPA Ireland.
College graduates who have previous qualifications such as a Diploma, Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree, can receive generous exemptions with CPA Ireland. Please visit College Graduates
to review CPA Ireland exemptions and details on how to complete the registration.
Accounting Technician graduates may receive 6 exemptions, and as a result may have only 9 exams left to complete, further details of exemptions and registration details are available on the Accounting Technician Route page of the website here
It is a very easy and straightforward process to transfer from other accountancy bodies to the CPA Ireland qualification, to find out how, simply visit ACCA, ACA, CIMA Transfers
If you dont have a previous qualiifcation, you can commence the qualiifcation from the start, with the CPA Ireland Certificate in Business and Accounting, simply visit the course page here
CPA Ireland provide a world renowned globally recognised professional accountancy qualification, which is flexible, as the qualification can be taken through on-line and face to face classes. The qualification also connects students with an international community of CPA accountants with a wealth of career opportunities.
If you have any questions, you can simply call us on: 01 425 1000, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit: www.cpaireland.ie/become-a-student