Mrs Sally Antrobus
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Mrs Sally Antrobus

Lecturer in Accounting

Plymouth Business School (Faculty of Business)

Role

Lecturer in Accountancy; module leader for Auditing and Taxation both of which carry exemptions towards professional exams for ACCA and ACA.


Academic coordinator for the Accounting and Finance degree PALS programme.

Qualifications

BSC Econ in European Studies with French and Italian from Cardiff University.

Sally qualified as a chartered accountant in 2001 and continued to work in practice for five years post qualification. Sally then moved into teaching professional accountancy qualifications (AAT and ACCA) specialising in taxation and auditing. Since 2007 Sally has taught the tax and auditing modules at Plymouth University, both of which are designed to meet exemption criteria for ACCA and ACA professional qualifications. 


Sally values her role as a personal tutor at the University and is the Accounting and Finance academic lead for PALS, a peer learning programme. 

Sally is currently completing an MRes in Taxation, researching whether UK Inheritance Tax is fit for purpose and comparing the UK system to other models such as that in Ireland and Sweden. 


Professional membership

ACA qualifed and member of ICAEW (Institure of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales)

Fellowship of Higher Education Authority 2014

Teaching interests

Tax and auditing