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Recruitment open evening to highlight routes into industry

Published 24/05/2016

Bryan Rankin says there is a new flexible education model on offer
Bryan Rankin says there is a new flexible education model on offer

There has never been a better time to train to become a chartered accountant, says Northern Ireland’s leading professional accountancy body.

More than 4,000 accountants and 1,000 trainee members in Northern Ireland are members of Chartered Accountants Ireland.

And it is holding a new student recruitment open evening on Thursday (May 26) in Belfast to highlight the new flexible routes into studying for Ulster’s premier accountancy qualification.

Bryan Rankin from the Institute said: “Our new flexible education model means our qualification is relevant to a wider group of professionals, including those working and want to upskill, or make a move into the accountancy industry. Our flexible route enables you to study outside of a training contract, through our distance option and online resources.

“With multiple exam sittings, you can progress at a pace that suits you and your lifestyle.”

The open evening will be held at Chartered Accountants Ireland’s Belfast headquarters, The Linehall, 32-38 Linenhall Street between 6pm-7pm on Thursday, and all are welcome. Alternatively, you can visit

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