The former School of Business graduate who has gone on to do Chartered Accountancy Ireland exams said that she hopes these books help future students on their accountancy journey
The School of Business welcomed back a graduate, Jasmine Smyth recently. The for Bachelor of Business (Hons) with Irish, specialising in Economics and Finance student graduated in 2017
Jasmine was donating a set of accountancy books to the Institute’s library to provide additional study resources for students studying accounting for degree and for the examinations of Chartered Accountancy Ireland. Jasmine has just completed her Chartered Accountancy Ireland final admitting examinations and works for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Helping students on accountancy journey
School of Business Graduate of the year 2017, Jasmine really enjoyed her studies in Waterford and when she completed her degree, she donated a painting to the School of Business reflecting her time in Waterford, which hangs in its building. Jasmine commented that “accountancy is a great career and I hope these books help future students on their accountancy journey”.
Dr Thomas O’Toole, Head of School (Dean) of Business thanked Jasmine and commented “libraries, physical and virtual, are at the heart of students’ degree experience as they accumulate and reflect on information and knowledge. We are fortunate to have graduates like Jasmine, who want to do something very practical for future students.”