WORK EXPERINECE (PLEASE INCLUDE SUMMER JOBS/INTERNSHIPS & VOLUNTARY EXPERIENCE)
Placement on this programme is subject to each candidate meeting the exemption requirements set by CPA (passing all college exams without compensation and having exemptions from All F1, F2 and P1 of the CPA exam stage) · Candidates must meet the criteria set out by CIT.
All students that are applying for a place on the CPA/CIT Masters Programme must be based in Ireland.
Candidates must be able to physically attend face-to-face lectures in CIT on Monday & Thursday evenings for 30 weeks of the year.
CPA Ireland will provide all successful applicants with list of employers who are looking to recruit via the CPA/CIT Master’s & Qualification. It is the responsibility of the students to make contact with the employers and apply for the position.
If a student receives an offer from an employer who is recruiting via the CPA/CIT Masters then the student must take the position offered to them.
If a student has identified a particular organisation that they would like to work for it is the responsibility of the student to approach that employer directly.
All work placements need to be secured by September 2018. Failing this the student will have to forego his/her place on the CPA/CIT Masters Programme.
CPA Ireland would like to contact you by either email or by phone with information about the CPA qualification. By checking ‘Opt In’, you are expressing your interest in this programme and you agree that we may contact you about this programme. CPA Ireland complies with all relevant Irish legislation, namely the Irish Data Protection Act (1988), and the Irish Data Protection (Amendment) Act (2003), (the Acts), and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect on 25th May 2018.