ITI Sponsors Third Level Exam Prizes

As part of its role in promoting a career in tax, the Institute is proud to sponsor several awards for outstanding performance in tax modules at various third level institutions. Below are the photographs and details of the award ceremonies which have recently taken place in colleges throughout Ireland. The Institute would like to offer the winners a huge congratulations.

Alexandra Popescu was awarded the best performing student in the tax module of the Bachelor or Business (Hons.) in Accounting and Finance degree in TU Dublin (Blanchardstown campus).

Pictured at the recent LYIT graduation is Julija Ciubarova from Letterkenny.  Julija was conferred with a Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Accounting, and was awarded the Prize for Best Student in Taxation which was sponsored by the Irish Tax Institute.

Pictured (Front L-R): Michael Margey, Head of School of Business; Paul Hannigan, President; (Back L-r) Billy Bennett, VP for Academic Affairs & Registrar; Patricia Doherty, Head of Department of Business Studies; and Fintan Moloney, Governing Body Chairman.

Orlaith Flynn was awarded the prize for the highest placed student in the tax module of the MSc in Accounting in DCU. Pictured also is Shane O’Brien (Tax Manager, Irish Tax Institute) and Dr. Julie Bertz, Assistant Professor, Accounting and Programme Director MSc in Accounting.

Best student in Taxation in the Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting in GMIT this year was awarded to Fiona Mc Mahon.

Best Student in Taxation in the Bachelor of Business (Hons) in Accounting in GMIT this year went  Simona Bertasiute and Labhaoise Kennedy. (Simona in absentia)

Pictured is Amy Kirwan receiving this year’s award for outstanding student in Taxation in the BA (Hons) in Accounting in Athlone IT. Presented by Michael Dolan CTA, Michelle McKeon-Bennett, Dean of Faculty of Business and Hospitality and Trevor Prendergast, Head of Department of Accounting and Business Computing.

Pictured is Rebecca Ni Fhearghaile receiving her prize for first place in the Bachelor of Business in Accounting Year 3 tax module (Income, Business & Capital Taxes) in the Technological University Dublin, Tallaght Campus.

Pictured also Christine Nangle – Head of Department of Accountancy, Finance & Professional Studies.