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Accounting Unit Internal Control and Systems Exam AAT - Level 4

Overview

AAT accountancy courses are designed to teach you practical skills that you can transfer directly to your workplace or aid your career progression.

An AAT qualification offers you a professional status that reflects the skills you’ve worked so hard to gain. So when employers see the letters MAAT after your name, they’ll know they’re dealing with a credible, up-to-date professional.

As a member of the AAT, you’ll have the support of the largest professional body for accounting technicians worldwide.

Entry requirements

You should hold an AAT Level 3 qualification in accounts or a degree in accounting.

Start dates and fees

On top of the course fees, you will also be required to join the AAT professional body, which may incur a charge.

Start DateDay/TimeWksDurationCodeAnnual Fee
21/03/2018Wed
18:00 - 21:00
121 yr(s)2327E201£470.00

How long is the course?

23 weeks.

Location

How will I be assessed?

You will assessed by external examination.

What does the course lead to?

Full membership of the AAT and entry for ACCA, ICAEW or CIMA qualifications upon completion of the full qualification.

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