DCU Business School hosts a lunch for graduates of the B.A. in Accounting & Finance, the Professional Diploma in Accounting, the M.Sc in Accounting and the M.Sc in Finance and Capital Markets that were placed in the recent professional examinations of Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) and the Irish Tax Institute (ITI).
Pictured in the photography are: Professor Marann Byrne, Richael McDonald (10th place FAE, CAI), Professor Barbara Flood, Aileen Joyce (4th place FAE, CAI), Eadaoin Ni Fhearghail (8th place FAE, CAI),
Aisling Gallagher (3rd place FAE, CAI), Ms Bernadette McCulloch, Ms Pauline Willis, (front row from left) Eoin Foley (3rd place Part II, ITI), John Nolan (6th place FAE, CAI), Dr Martin Quinn.
Absent from the photography are: Amy Lyons (Joint 5th place CAP2, CAI), Laura Boland (1st place Part II, ITI).
All of the above graduates are working in one of the Big 4 Accountancy Firms in Dublin.
If you are interested in studying accounting or finance in DCU Business School, we have a range of Postgraduate programmes including:
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