Offaly native Andreena Purcell, a student of Griffith Colleges, has been recognised for her outstanding performance in her recent accountancy examinations.
Andreena studied for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) examinations, placing third in Ireland and 15th in the world for her performance in the ‘P7 Advanced Audit and Assurance’ exam.
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Ann Donegan, Head of Faculty at Griffith College Dublin’s School of Professional Accountancy said of Andreena’s achievements, “Andreena is an extremely dedicated and talented student. These excellent exam results are testament to the hard work and dedication she has shown over the past year.
“I would like to congratulate her and wish her the very best of luck in her accounting career,” she concluded.
20 Griffith College accountancy students in total were recognised by the ACCA and eight were recognised by the CPA in the recent examinations, all of whom placed in the top three in Ireland.
With 38 years of tuition experience, the School of Professional Accountancy at Griffith College has gained an enviable reputation for providing students with first class lectures and the college’s prizewinning record for the ACCA and CPA exams is second to none.
Since 1988 Griffith College has had almost 300 students recognised for their performance in the ACCA exams, 81 of which placed first in Ireland and six of which have been first in the world. It is these consistent and unparalleled exam results that give Griffith College one of the strongest reputations in Ireland to study for these exams.