It will take you between 6 and 12 months, depending on your method of study.
This qualification offers your route to the AAT Accounting qualification at Level 4.
Completion of AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting gives a student 160 UCAS points. In addition more than 30 UK universities and higher education institutes offer exemptions to AAT qualified students enrolling on accounting and finance-related degrees.
Furthermore, this can be a step towards becoming an ACA Chartered Acountant.
AAT assessments are:
- Practical computer based assessments (CBAs)
- Designed to reflect real-life tasks
- Flexible – you can sit them anytime of the year
Depending on the assessment, you may get your provisional results straight away
If you have already gained a relevant qualification you may be eligible for an exemption from some AAT assessments. This means you can fast track to study at the right level for you.