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AAT Drafting and Interpreting Financial Statements (Blended Learning) - Level 4


We are excited to introduce our revamped AAT courses, which now include the option to study each unit individually.

This may be suitable if you have transferred from AQ2016 to AQ2022 and only have a couple of units left after the transition, or if you don’t want to be restricted to an academic year for completion of the qualification.

An AAT qualification offers you a professional status that reflects the skills you’ve worked so hard to gain.

For further information on the AAT courses and qualifications, click here.

Start dates and fees


This course starts at various times throughout the year. Please register your interest to be the first to know about upcoming dates.

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  • £633.50

You will also need to purchase an AAT student membership at the appropriate level for your course. The membership fee lasts for the whole duration of the qualification. Please visit for current membership fees and payment information.

Financial support

  • Please get in touch to find out about the financial support available to pay for course fees,
Start DateCodeAnnual Fee (Age)Actions
over 19

What will I study?

  • Understand the reporting frameworks that underpin financial reporting
  • Draft statutory financial statements for limited companies
  • Draft consolidated financial statements
  • Interpret financial statements using ratio analysis.

Please note, this unit can either be studied on its own or as part of the full AAT Professional Diploma in Accounting - Level 4. Please contact to find out more.

Entry requirements

  • AAT Level 3 Diploma in Accounting
  • Maths and English at Level 2. However, this will be reviewed upon application.

If you are already working in accounting, please provide details of your experience on your application.

How long is the course?

  • Part-time course that runs over 8 weeks
  • 22 classroom hours.

How will I be assessed?

  • External online assessment taken on-campus.
  • If you are an external student and want to sit an assessment on campus, please email or call 01623 900128 for more details.

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How do I apply?

This course starts at various times throughout the year. Please register your interest to be the first to know about upcoming dates.

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