Griffith College Limerick proudly extends heartfelt congratulations to Kate Ivory, a shining example of academic excellence and dedication within our institution.
Kate, who is originally from Cork, has been recognized as the ACCA joint ATX prize winner for the June sitting, marking a significant milestone in her academic journey.
Founded in 1974 and celebrating it’s 50th anniversary in January next year, Griffith College has gained an internationally recognized reputation for the quality of its courses and its many graduates. At the Limerick campus, we offer a diverse range of courses in full-time, part-time, and blended learning modes, covering Business, MBA, Engineering, Computer Science, and ACCA.
Kate's outstanding accomplishment reflects the exceptional teaching and mentorship provided by Paula Byrne, the esteemed ATX lecturer at Griffith College and Griffith Professional Accountancy. Kate's success is a testament to the commitment to excellence that defines the educational experience at our institution.
Kevin O'Sullivan, Head of Griffith College Limerick, expressed his admiration, stating,
"We are immensely proud of Kate Ivory's outstanding accomplishment. Her success exemplifies the high standard of education and the supportive learning environment we strive to provide at Griffith College."
Kate's achievement not only highlights her individual prowess but also underscores the college's commitment to nurturing talent, setting the stage for future successes in the field of accountancy.