AAT L4 Dip in Accounting
You must have completed AAT Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Accounting.
How is it taught
Self study is an essential part of the course and students are encouraged to use the Learning Resource Centre where they can access the most up-to-date computer facilities and journals and textbooks relating to Accountancy. To complete this course students must carry out a research project which is primarily supported through distance learning towards the end of the course.
How will I be assessed?
Some of these units are assessed using computer based administered methods which can include projects, reports and workplace evidence and are marked by the lecturers. All computer based assessments at Level 4 involve human marking and therefore, results for these will be available within six weeks from the AAT.
What else do I need to know?
This course is an academically very demanding and students wishing to progress or apply for Level 4 AAT will be required to attend an information session, interview and undertake an assessment as part of the recruitment process.
What could I do next?
You’ll be able to move on to study further Chartered Accounting qualifications. The AAT (Association of Accounting Technicians) is a professional body that specialises in Accounting Technician training and development.