Outstanding Success of PDA graduate in Chartered Accountancy Exams Celebrated in DCU Business School
Dr. Ruth Mattimoe, Chair of the Professional Diploma in Accounting (PDA) and Dr. Tom Mc Cluskey, Chair of the BA in Accounting & Finance in DCU Business School welcomed Amy Lyons, a graduate of the PDA Programme (2012) back to DCU Business School to celebrate her fantastic success in the Chartered Accountant Ireland Professional Examinations. Amy achieved 5th place out of 1,468 graduates in the FAE in December 2014 and joint 5th place in CAP2, in Summer 2013.
Congratulations to Amy, who currently works as a Senior Associate at PWC and we wish her every success in her future accounting career!
The Professional Diploma in Accounting (PDA) at DCU Business School is the leading programme of its kind in Ireland, designed to fast-track graduates who wish to pursue careers in accountancy or taxation, but whose primary qualifications are in areas other than accounting. Find out more here.
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