CPA FastTrack

Start your training now with CPA Ireland

CPA FastTrack

If you are participating in work placement or summer internships, you can count this experience now towards your 3 years training requirement.

Benefits of CPA FastTrack

Qualify Faster with CPA Ireland

Qualify faster and become a member of CPA in as little as 24 months after you graduate compared to the normal 36 months.

Reduced Fees & Exemptions

Benefit from no registration fee and no student subscription while working towards earning generous exemptions.

Large Salary

Once qualified, accountants can earn a salary from €50,000- €70,000.

Build Your Brand

Boost your personal brand and stand out from your peers by adding you are part of the CPA FastTrack Programme to your CV & LinkedIn Profile.

Career Opportunities

Students and members of CPA Ireland work in a range of roles including multi-nationals, practice, SMEs and fintech.

Passport to Work & Travel

CPA Ireland have relationships with Accountancy Bodies around the globe meaning your qualification travels with you.

Study Options

You have the option to study part time or online when you commence your CPA studies.

Support

Based in Dublin, the CPA Ireland team are available to support you in your career from first enquiry through to membership.

CPA was always my first preference and having the opportunity to fast track my training was something that I couldn’t say no to. Starting is the hardest part, now that I’ve already begun, I can’t wait to get the qualification I’ve worked so hard for

Mark Twomey, CIT & CPA FastTrack Student View all success stories

Why CPA?

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