Graduates of the CPA certificate programme can progress to further accounting studies through exemption from the first stage of the four-stage programme of study and training to become a fully qualified CPA accountant.
This introductory one-year course is part of the Certified Public Accountants in Ireland Suite and is aimed at students beginning their studies or career in business, or employees who wish to formalise their learning in the workplace. Following successful completion of all four exams, the student is awarded a Certificate in Business and Accounting accredited by the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland.
Our intake for this course commences on the 17th of September, 2018
Please note the following important deadlines. Late registration will not be accepted:
If you have any questions please get in contact with us at [email protected]
A student must obtain a pass in at least six subjects, three of which must be Grade C or higher in three higher level papers. Two of the six subjects must be English and Maths.
All Dublin Griffith College CPA students will be e-mailed giving details of our online registration process. This is done via www.my.gcd.ie using your student number and date of birth. Payment options and relevant forms are also available to download when registering online. Sponsored Students will need to have their Sponsorship Form completed and uploaded via the above link. Sponsorship Form. Students paying by instalments would need to complete the instalment form.
CPA CBE Exams
You must be a registered CPA student, and be in receipt of your CPA student ID number before sitting the above CPA subjects by CBE. To apply for CPA Computer Based Exams please download the registration form and send to the School of Professional Accountancy at Griffith College Dublin, South Circular Road, Dublin 8, or by e-mail to [email protected] .
For any new admission enquiries, please click the Apply Online button on this page and we will respond to you with further details of registering online.
Students who successfully complete the Certificate programme can progress to further accounting studies through exemptions from the first stage of the 4 stage programme of study and training to become a fully qualified CPA accountant.
Graduates of the CPA course will be well equipped to progress further in the Accountancy sector.