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Accounting and Finance Cuntasaíocht ┐Airgeadas

Course Title: Bachelor of Business (Honours) in Accounting and Finance 

A QQI Level 7 award (180 credits)


Evidence of coverage of Financial Reporting, Irish Taxation, Management Accounting and Finance to a level that meets the learning outcomes on our TU788 programme.

This will be subject to assessment at the time of application with applicants providing transcripts and module descriptors to facilitate a review. 

If English is not your first language you will need to provide evidence of your English language proficiency as detailed on our website.

The programme includes approximately 20 contact hours with modules scheduled over 4 to 5 days between the hours of 9am and 5pm. 

Course Description

This one year add on aims to provides the learner with professional executive accounting skills.  The programme covers advanced financial reporting, taxation and management accounting concepts, assuming strong applied skills.  The learner expands on their corporate finance knowledge and delves into sustainable finance.  A number of electives are available including Strategy or Operations Management and Accounting Information Systems and CAATs, Banking and Financial Services or Strategic Busienss Analytics.

Professional Accreditation

Professional exemptions will depend on modules studied on other programmes and can be discussed on a individual basis.  

Advanced Entry applications are accepted to this course. For further information on how to make an Advanced Entry application, please visit our CAO Hub. A full list of courses open for Advanced Entry are listed on the CAO website.

Small classes, excellent lecturers and a well-balanced course structure combine to create a high-quality learning environment delivering content relevant to professional employer demands. Lecturers are extremely approachable and supportive, which fosters an environment in which students can reach their full potential and accelerate their professional career. I would highly recommend the course to all those who are interested in accounting and aiming to undertake professional accounting exams.

This course prepares each individual student for the workplace, by giving particular attention to the skills that they would need to become a successful accountant. The lecturers are approachable and take time out of their day to help any students with any queries they may have. The content of the course aligns with the professional accounting bodies and in turn this gives a greater degree of preparation than most other accounting courses. 

At final year level, the lecturers are involved in preparing every student for the workplace before they complete the course in May, and are always on hand to offer advice when needed.

Students may progress to a masters programme or progress to professional exams. 

Should students hold 9 ACCA exemptions they may progress to our Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Accountancy, delivered by our collaborative partners PAT Business School (visit https://pat.edu.eu/springboard/product/hci-postgraduate-diploma-in-business-in-professional-accounting-acca-strategic-professional/) 

TU Code



Level 8


Bachelor of Business (Honours)


1 year

Number of Places



Blanchardstown, Tallaght

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