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Please HELP ... Beginning ICAI

  • 22-12-2007 3:33pm
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    Closed Accounts Posts: 129 ✭✭ madnirvana


    I want to joing ICAI next year as a School leaver which takes 5.5 years..

    Can anyone help me is it better to start ICAI as a school leaver or should i do my BA in Accountancy and Finance from D.C.U (3 yrs) then join ICAI as a graduate?

    Also how many exemptions will i achieve if i do BA Acc and Finance from DCU?

    Which route is better?


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  • Closed Accounts Posts: 3,807 chump


    madnirvana wrote: »
    I want to joing ICAI next year as a School leaver which takes 5.5 years..

    Can anyone help me is it better to start ICAI as a school leaver or should i do my BA in Accountancy and Finance from D.C.U (3 yrs) then join ICAI as a graduate?

    Also how many exemptions will i achieve if i do BA Acc and Finance from DCU?

    Which route is better?

    degree is better
    It's not all about the end goal. It's as much about the journey :D
    Enjoy 3 years of college life.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1,191 The_Hustler


    I agree with chump, and the degree will exempt you from prof 1 and 2 or cap 1 and 2, whatever it is now, but you'll still have prof 3s and the final entrance exams (FAEs).


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