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GBS shortlisted at Irish Accountancy Awards

Accountancy lecturer Paula Byrne with a graduating student

Griffith's Graduate Business School has been shortlisted in the "Excellence in Training & Education" category.

We are thrilled to share that the MSc in Accounting & Finance Management was included on the shortlist for this year's Irish Accountancy Awards. 

This course provides advanced study of accounting and finance, allowing students to significantly extend their specialist knowledge of accounting and finance principles and practices. Students get to experience working in culturally diverse teams across a multicultural environment, as well as developing their leadership and interpersonal skills. 

Recent graduate examples of this course include Simon Mulati, who received a full PhD scholarship for University of Cape Town, and Innocent Mbaguta, who progressed to studies in Oxford University.

Launched in 2016, the Irish Accountancy Awards recognise & celebrate excellence in the accountancy profession in Ireland. The awards seek to recognise firms, schools, and individuals for their contributions to the industry. 

The 2020 awards will be held on the 16th of April at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road in Dublin.