- WHY TAX?
- GETTING STARTED
- WHO WE ARE
The Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) qualification is the leading tax advisory qualification in Ireland for tax professionals. A three-Part qualification which delivers deep tax technical knowledge and legislative expertise, this is the professional tax qualification of choice in the marketplace.
Who is it for?
This programme meets the needs of those who work in full-time tax roles or aspire to develop their career in tax, including:
What will I achieve through the qualification?
What will I study?
Download the syllabus for a detailed view of the above.
How will I learn?
The CTA qualification is designed, delivered and assessed with best practice in professional education. Using bespoke materials updated to reflect the most topical tax issues, students are taught to navigate and interpret legislation.
Weekend lectures are held in Dublin and Cork, or students can choose from our flexible self-study online option. There are two courses each year - Winter and Summer.
How will I be assessed?
Students are assessed by a combination of exams and professional skills assignments. Achievement of the CTA qualification is testament to the student’s ability to provide technically correct and commercially sound tax advice. There are two exam sittings each year - Winter and Summer.
What are the entry requirements?
Typically, you will have an Honours (Level 8) degree (if you don't have an Honours degree, you may be considered on a case-by-case basis).
Are there any exemptions available?
Exemptions are available depending on your qualification. Check the full list of exemptions in pages 11 - 16 of the Student Handbook.
If you hold a Level 8 or Level 9 qualification that is not listed on this list, we can still review your exemption application on a case-by-case basis. If you do not hold a Level 8 qualification, we can also review your application based on the recognition of work-based learning. See page 10 of our Student Handbook for more details.
Do I need a training contract or professional experience?
Remember, there's no training contract required to qualify as a Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA).
Summer Course 2018 - still time to register for Part 1
Lectures for Part 1 CTA on the Summer Course 2018 started in April 2018, and there is still time to register!
Find out about registration here.
If you are interested in Part 2 or Part 3 CTA, the next course starts in October 2018, and registration will open during the summer.
|All 4 Modules||€1,615|
|Cost per Module||€500|
|All 4 Modules||€1,715|
|Cost per Module||€550|
|All 4 Modules||€2,200|
|Cost per Module||€755|
|Delivery of course materials*||€16|
|*Outside Republic of Ireland, costs may vary, contact us for cost details.|
Direct debit option
If you wish to pay by our flexible direct debit option, download the mandate form.