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Griffith students have achieved enormous success in recent ACCA exams, including:
Reylene O’Brien 1st in Ireland and 1st in the world in AA - Griffith College Limerick
Dermot Murphy 1st in Ireland and 9th in the world in AFM - Griffith College Dublin
Alexsandra Kowalczuk Joint 1st Ireland, joint 13th world in ATX - Griffith College Cork
Reylene O’Brien 1st in Ireland and 2nd in the world in FR - Griffith College e-learning
Are you a school leaver that wants to explore your career opportunities outside of the CAO? Or maybe you are a mature student who has been working in a position for a few years and wants to make a change?
Whatever your educational background, if you want a job where you are constantly learning, are always in demand, and have the opportunity to work in a variety of sectors, then why not look at a career in Accounting?
The ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is perfect for students looking to embark on a career in Accounting. The course is one academic year in length and is offered as part of the ACCA Foundations in Accountancy Suite. With a variety of flexible study modes including live streaming, e-learning and revision lectures, the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is a course that can fit around your lifestyle.
Students who want to participate in the Diploma don’t need any formal academic qualifications to register to take the exams, if you go through the Foundations in Accountancy route.
When you complete the Diploma in Accounting and Business, you can then transfer to the ACCA Professional Qualification, and, as you will be exempt from the Accountant in Business, Management Accounting and Financial Accounting papers, you can continue with the ACCA Qualification from Corporate and Business Law paper onwards.
Available in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is the stepping stone towards a boundless career trajectory. Apply now and see for yourself!
The ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business at Griffith College is a flexible, one-year course, offered as part of the ACCA Foundations in Accountancy Suite. Available in Dublin, Cork and Limerick, as a student of this course you will:
Our intake for this course commences in September 2019.
The Diploma in Accounting and Business is awarded on the completion of the following three exams:
1: Accountant in Business (FAB)
2: Management Accounting (FMA)
3: Financial Accounting (FFA)
In addition to the three exams, FAB, FMA & FFA, the course includes a Professionalism and Ethics module called Foundations in Professionalism. This is an online, interactive module designed to help you develop your understanding of what it means to act professionally and ethically in the work you carry out.
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Griffith students have achieved enormous success in the ACCA exams, including three firsts in Ireland and a first in the world in June 2019, as well as second, ninth, and thirteenth in the world.
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GRIFFITH COLLEGE LIMERICK, O’CONNELL AVENUE, LIMERICK
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Please note: ACCA tuition at Griffith College has been approved for tax relief. For the tax year 2018, tax relief is granted to Irish taxpayers for part-time courses at the standard rate of income tax (20%) in respect of tuition fees paid exceeding €3,000 and up to €7,000.
For any student partially exempted from certain modules on the course then they can pay per module with the following being the module fee breakdown:
On completion of the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business via the Foundations in Accountancy route students have the option to transfer to the ACCA Professional Qualification.
As an introductory qualification in accounting and finance, the ACCA Diploma in Accounting and Business is a good basis for both new accountants and those already working in accounts- support roles to progress in the Accountancy sector.