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What’s next after AAT?

Congratulations on successfully completing your AAT qualification! Continuing to train and gain further qualifications is a great way to progress your career and improve your earning potential.

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Your future after AAT

As a qualified Accounting Technician, there are a number of different routes you can consider. You could even be eligible for exemptions from some units, meaning you can gain your qualification sooner than you might think and boost your earning potential, with qualified members earning up to £37,000 with experience.

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ACCA

ACCA

Who is it for?

ACCA provides a flexible route into a career in finance, business or accountancy. Completing the qualification means you will become a Chartered Certified Accountant.

Exemptions for AAT Qualified Students

3 modules

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CIMA

CIMA

Who is it for?

The CIMA qualification will prepare you for a career in business combining accounting, finance and management with the techniques needed to drive successful organisations.

Exemptions for AAT Qualified Students

5 modules

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ACA (ICAEW)

ACA (ICAEW)

Who is it for?

ACA is an internationally recognised business qualification awarded by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW) and is aimed at those working in finance, practice or business.

Exemptions for AAT Qualified Students

Up to 5 modules

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ATT - Tax

ATT - Tax

Who is it for?

The ATT qualification will prepare you for a successful career in taxation.

Exemptions for AAT Qualified Students

1 module

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