Designed to help you fast-track your career, our pathway packages combine the courses you need to gain access to the wider job opportunities and a higher earning potential.
With our AAT Intermediate Pathway you can gain your AAT Level 3 Diploma and AAT Level 4 Diplomas in one course, allowing you to save money and achieve the complete AAT Accounting Qualification seamlessly. Our fast-track route helps non-graduates work towards Chartered status more quickly than by following the university path.
Upon completion of the AAT Level 3 Diploma course, you will gain a nationally recognised accredited QCF Qualification (accredited QCF number: 60069089), allowing you to take the next step in your finance career.
The AAT Level 3 Diploma is the penultimate stage of the full AAT Accounting Qualification (AQ2013) pathway and will earn you 160 UCAS points. Over thirty UK universities offer exemptions onto Accounting and Finance related degrees for AAT Professional members, with a qualification at this level.
Upon completion of the full AAT qualification pathway, and with relevant work experience, you can apply for full AAT membership, allowing you to use the letters MAAT after your name.
Completing the full AAT qualification pathway is approximately equivalent to the first year of an honours degree, and is recognised as a non-graduate route into Chartered Accountancy. All UK chartered and certified accountancy bodies - including CIPFA, CIMA, ICAEW, ICAS and ACCA - offer generous exemptions to full AAT members.
After completing AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting, you will be able to apply for roles such as Audit Trainee, Credit Controller, Finance Assistant and Tax Accountant, earning a typical salary range of between £11,000 to £24,000.*
* AAT’s 2013 Salary Survey for people working full-time.