CPA Ireland Syllabus

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Why Choose CPA Ireland?

I would recommend to any ATI student who is considering the professional exams to explore the CPA route, substantial exemptions coupled with a good work life balance allowed me to work and study while keeping involved in my local sports clubs


CPA Qualification

The CPA Professional Accountancy Qualification is comprised of 3 exam levels & 3 years training. Accounting Technicians students can receive up to 5 exemptions.

CPA Qualification

The CPA Ireland Qualification comprises of 3 exam stages, Foundation, Professional & Strategic containing 14 exams in total.

Training Requirements

CPA students are required to complete at least 3 years/36 months relevant supervised training.


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.

Study Options

You can study the CPA qualification by part-time classes, online eLearning or a combination of both.

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CPA Ireland Student Finance Loan

CPA Ireland Students can avail of a Student Finance Loan with Capital Credit Union

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CPA Ireland FastTrack Programme

If your're working fulltime/ATI Apprentice, with the CPA FastTrack Programme, you can start recording this experince now.

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