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AAT University exemptions

tauq786xtauq786x Feels At HomeRegistered Posts: 35
Which universitys allow you to skip first year of Accounting and Finance degree, if u have AAT Technician qualification?

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  • mahdi87mahdi87 Well-Known Registered Posts: 121
    london met and loads more mate:001_smile:
  • AdamAdam New Member Registered Posts: 13
    If you go to Northumbria in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne you get to jump on to the final year - a degree in 8 month!!!
  • richardwrichardw Well-Known Registered Posts: 108
    Theres a list of uni's on the aat website
  • welshwizardwelshwizard Trusted Regular South WalesRegistered Posts: 465
    I have also heard that you can get exemption to go directly onto the final year of the degree - but if you're going to do that, why not go straight from AAT to ACCA/CIMA/CIPFA etc?
  • A-VicA-Vic Expertise Guaranteed Registered Posts: 6,970
    Adam wrote: »
    If you go to Northumbria in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne you get to jump on to the final year - a degree in 8 month!!!

    If heard of this also isnt this the foundation degree? but would you be able to practice with this???
  • AdamAdam New Member Registered Posts: 13
    If heard of this also isnt this the foundation degree? but would you be able to practice with this???

    Nope, its a full degree - its hard work (i mean really hard) but you can gain a first, like I did.

    Not sure what you mean by practice, as its only a degree - but its what I needed to do my thing!
  • mahdi87mahdi87 Well-Known Registered Posts: 121
    adam isit Accounting & Finance ba???
  • AdamAdam New Member Registered Posts: 13
    mahdi87 wrote: »
    adam isit Accounting & Finance ba???

    It sure is, Northumbria has a page on it http://www.northumbria.ac.uk/?view=CourseDetail&code=UUFACF1

    If you want to know any more just ask!!
  • richardwrichardw Well-Known Registered Posts: 108
    Thats quite interesting.
    It would be doable as well, as its only a year out of work.

    A lot of people do say that a standard 3-year degree could be shortened to 2.
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