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10 Key Things You Should Know


Meeting students' needs and lifestyle choices

  1. No training contract is required to qualify as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA).
  2. Courses run in Dublin, Cork and online.
  3. Courses take place at weekends only.
  4. The course at each Part consists of a total of lectures and tutorials, and students will need to allow significant time for private study
  5. Two courses and two examination sittings are available each year
  6. Competitive fees and flexible payment options are available
  7. The fees cover the student subscription, tuition and all course material and an extensive revision course prior to examinations, as well as examination fees.
  8. Quality course materials are written by experts in their fields and are designed for efficient and effective learning.
  9. Professional Skills Workshops take place in small tutorial groups where students are taught to research, analyse and solve complex problems which mirror real-life situations.
  10. Assessment combines continuous assessment and final examinations

  Claire Healy, Tax Manager, Mazars

“I have to say that in tax no two days are the same. I am responsible for a diverse portfolio of clients from a wide range of industries.

As the Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification is so highly regarded, it is felt that being fully qualified provides you with the technical knowledge required to progress within your career”.