Mutual Recognition Agreements MRA offer our members an outstanding entry point to business in any part of the world. Chartered Accountancy is the only Irish professional accounting qualification that has this recognition worldwide. Every professional accountancy body in Ireland qualification requires trainees to have a minimum of 3 years practical experience — we are unique in that we ensure our students are supported while they get their experience.
Lecture capture is being explored as a pedagogical tool to supplement course materials and strengthen the comprehension of accounting concepts.
The answer is that no other professional accounting qualification provides students with the same support, structure, guidance and quality of education throughout the training process.
Our investment in technology means lectures are available online as well as in person. Students enrolling on a regular course attend lectures for the equivalent of 4 - 5 days a month from October until May. A global qualification For an accountancy qualification to be truly global, accountancy bodies in other countries must recognise not only your education, but also the training you undertook to become qualified.
The education programme There are a variety of education courses on offer, with lectures held in venues around the country.
Exam Success Where other professional accountancy bodies outsource their education, Chartered Accountancy trainees benefit from classes run directly by us.
Early submissions are welcome. The rewards that go with the Chartered qualification are significant.