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Exemptions

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

College Exemptions

If you cannot locate your course, complete the form below and a member of the CPA Ireland team will be back to you shortly.

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Where can I start my studies?

Depending on the exemption(s) that you have been awarded, you can start with the CPA qualification or with the joint Masters Programmes with DIT/CIT.

CPA Professional Accountancy Qualification

The CPA Professional Accountancy Qualification is comprised of 4 stages (F1, F2, P1 & P2). Your entry point into the CPA qualification is determined by an assessment of your prior qualifications.

MSc in Applied Accounting

The joint Level 9 Masters degree with DIT/CIT and the CPA Ireland professional accountancy qualification is available to those exempt up to P2.

Key Dates & Fees

Fees

This section provides you with information on costs including examination and exemption fees.

Key Dates

This section provides you with relevant dates including registration deadlines and examination sittings.

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