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After year one move from elementary to advanced levels of accounting practices and techniques. Technical accounting skills are thought anlong with critical personal skills training to ensure that graduates have all the necessary knowledge and skills necessary.
Careers or Further Progression...
The options open to graduates are numerous. If the preferred career path is as an accountant in industry or practice, the programme offers significant exemptions from the professional bodies’ exams; nine exemptions from the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), the maximum that a course can achieve; Group 3 exemptions from the Irish Taxation Institute (AITI); nine exemptions from Certified Public Accountants (CPA); and ten exemptions from The Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants (IIPA). Alternatively, graduates may wish to apply their degree to a wider business environment. Opportunities will be available in such rewarding areas as financial services, banking, stock-broking, insurance and the money markets.
Graduates may wish to pursue further academic studies in accounting, or indeed other business areas. Graduates they can take an additional year of ten elective modules to attain a four-year BA in Accounting and Finance degree under the institution’s Middle States accreditation. They will also find this degree to be an outstanding platform for progression to post graduate business studies. There are many possible options including postgraduate studies in finance and investment, accounting, international business, management consultancy, and strategic management.
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