Success for DCU Professional Diploma in Accounting Graduates
She achieved first place overall and first place in 2 papers, indirect taxes and Personal Taxes in the final exams in Autumn 2014.
Aileen makes a habit of winning prizes! She achieved 3rd place in the FAE in 2013. She currently works in KPMG.
Congratulations also, to Amy Lyons, a graduate of the Professional Diploma in Accounting (2012) who was placed 5th out of the 1,468 candidates who sat the full exam in the FAE exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland. Amy is currently working with PwC.
The DCU Professional Diploma in Accounting is the leading conversion course of its kind in Ireland, designed for non-business and accounting graduates who want to kickstart a career in Accountancy. The 8 month full-time programme gives students exemptions from the first set of Chartered Accountants Ireland Examinations and prepares them for success in both their future exams and professional accounting roles.
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