Diploma in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)

The Diploma in IFRS has become a "must have" for those working in financial reporting.

Why should you study this programme?

This qualification delivers in-depth, practical, highly valued skills. It will give you an internationally transferable add-on to your existing accountancy qualification.

At a glance

Start date 08 February 2019
Registration Open
Duration: Five months
Format: Distance learning only
Fees: 
€2,225 (Members - distance learning)
€2,475 (Non-members - distance learning)
Assessment:
Two home assignments and one final online exam 

Unsure if this programme is right for you?

Contact us and we can arrange a call with one of our team to advise you.

Our Diploma in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) is a qualification which travels very successfully and has been completed by accountants around the world including the USA, Europe, Middle East, China and Australia.

Now in its 13th year, it is consistently one of our most popular diploma offerings.

This programme is the mark of someone who has invested in their career, who is up to date with the latest developments and is actively sought by many industry leading organisations when recruiting for financial reporting roles. 

Join our lecturers Robert Kirk and Ben Wheaton on the next programme and bring your financial reporting skills right up to date. 

The Diploma is offered by distance study and is supported by comprehensive learning materials to guide, explain and test your understanding and ability to apply international financial reporting standards. This means that no matter where you are located you can now complete the programme as best suits you.

The final exam can be taken online for distance learners.

All of our programmes count towards both structured and unstructured CPD. 

The exact amounts of structured hours allowable under the regulations governing chartered accountants depends on attendance, home reading of programme materials and completing assignments.

Further structured and non structured hours may be claimed for completion of assignments but these will vary for each individual.

Please note that those operating in regulated areas may need to undertake additional relevant CPD to meet their obligations.

If you would like to know how many CPD hours you need to have completed a year, see our professional standards page.

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