Celebrating talent: the class of 2015

The Tax Institute congratulates hundreds of its graduates from across all our education Program and Single Subject offerings. This year saw our first Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law graduates receive accolades at graduation ceremonies around the country this April and May.

Our education program was introduced to meet the needs of the tax profession and these graduation ceremonies are a fantastic opportunity to celebrate the hard work of this talented group of candidates who are now equipped to take on the tax profession of today.

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QLD graduation ceremony

VIC graduation ceremony

Andy Guo, FTI

Kylie Moutia

WA graduation ceremony

VIC graduation ceremony

Samina Saleem

NSW graduation ceremony

Nicole Raffin

Alex Zinzopoulos, ATI

QLD graduation ceremony

Patricia Ryan

A candidate's journey

Introducing the Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law is a great achievement for The Tax Institute, but more importantly, it provides a great opportunity for our candidates.

Take our candidate Ankit Sharma, CTA, as an example. Ankit chose the Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law which allowed him “to be a better advisor and apply this knowledge directly to clients”. Ankit was recognised at our Sydney graduation ceremony as the dux of our Corporate Tax subject, an elective within the Graduate Diploma of Applied Tax Law. Starting out as a cadet with Pitcher Partners 8 years ago and now working in the private client space, he was looking for education that would “allow [him] to broaden [his] horizons and gain a better understanding of areas of taxation that may impact clients”.
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