WEBINAR: 'Converting to a Career in Accountancy'

Off campus
DCU Business School
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DCU Accountancy

We are delighted to welcome Michelle O’Reilly, Business Development Manager, ACCA who is going to join us on our webinar on June 19th at 2pm.  Michelle will talk about “Converting to a Career in Accountancy” with Dr Brid Murphy, DCU Business School, Course Chair of our MSc International Accounting and Business programme.

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

MSc International Accounting & Business:

The DCU MSc in International Accounting and Business is the leading graduate programme of its kind in Ireland, an innovative partnership of accounting and business which is informed and shaped by the needs of the professionals of tomorrow. The programme is designed for graduates to combine study for a Master’s degree while gaining business knowledge and skills, and exemptions from professional accounting examinations at the same time.

The one-year full-time Masters programme encourages critical thinking, teamwork and communication, analytical and managerial competence, and develops a diverse range of professional attributes which equip graduates to excel and to adopt leadership positions in their professional lives. Successful completion of this programme will achieve significant professional accounting exemptions including six exemptions at F Level with ACCA and three exemptions at CAP 1 level with Chartered Accountants Ireland.

Professional Exemptions:


6 subjects at Foundation stage

F1 – Accountant in Business

F2 – Management Accounting

F3 – Financial Accounting

F5 – Performance Management

F7 – Financial Reporting

F9 – Financial Management

Chartered Accountants Ireland:

 3 subjects at CAP1 stage


Financial Accounting

Management Accounting

The programme aims to foster the student’s ability to provide professional solutions based on a comprehensive understanding of the relationship between the various elements of accounting and business. This is increasingly important in today’s complex commercial environment.