Go Anywhere as a CPA

A career that offers many different paths, job security & limitless progression

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Why Chose CPA Ireland?

Exemptions

For a complete qualification (Diploma/Undergrad degree/Masters/Post grad degree) you can receive exemptions from the CPA Ireland examinations.

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CPA Qualification

The CPA Professional Accountancy Qualification is comprised of 3 exam levels & 3 years training.

Exam Stages

The CPA Qualification will consist of the 3 exam levels, Foundation, Professional & Strategic with 14 exams in total.

Training

CPA Ireland students are required to do a minimum of 3 years training. This training can be completed in practice and or industry. Qualify Faster with CPA FastTrack.

I wanted to obtain an internationally recognised professional accounting qualification and the CPA qualification gave me the flexibility to work full time and complete exams

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National Accounting Competition on the Quitch App

CPA Ireland were delighted to partner with gamification company Quitch to bring this new competition to accountancy students.

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Become a CPA and Certified Business Data Analyst

CPA Trainees can now gain two qualifications by choosing the elective ‘Data Analytics for Finance’

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Student Brochure

An overview of the CPA Ireland Qualification

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