Exemptions

sscorssscors Feels At HomePosts: 72Registered
Hi

does anyone know about the exemptions we get from CIMA/ACCA depending on the units taken in Level 4?

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  • Jo ClarkJo Clark Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,526Registered
    Hello

    The exemptions available, as far as I know are:

    ACCA - F1, F2 and F3
    CIMA - Certificate Level (5 papers)


    I don't think it makes any difference to ACCA/CIMA which optional units you select.

    I know you have not mentioned ATT, but should you decide to study this I understand that you can apply for an exemption to the Business Tax paper if you have studied this at AAT.

    Hope this helps.


    JC :o
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  • sscorssscors Feels At Home Posts: 72Registered
    Thanks, but what modules should I pick in order to get exemptions in ACCA/CIMA?
  • Jo ClarkJo Clark Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,526Registered
    sscors wrote: »
    Thanks, but what modules should I pick in order to get exemptions in ACCA/CIMA?

    As far as I am aware it does not matter which optional modules you select at level 4 in order to gain exemptions for ACCA/CIMA.

    Does anyone else know otherwise?
    ~ An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest ~
    Benjamin Franklin
  • jenny3549jenny3549 Trusted Regular Posts: 472Registered
    You are right Jo - at least definitely with ACCA (not sure about CIMA but think it's the same) - doesn't make any difference at all which options you use. The exemptions are granted for completing the AAT qualification.
  • SandyHoodSandyHood Font Of All Knowledge Posts: 2,034Registered, Moderator
    It doesn't matter which options you choose
    You just need Level 4 AAT for the exemptions at both CIMA and ACCA

    So pick the ones you think you'll enjoy
    Sandy
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  • aaron0121aaron0121 Trusted Regular BirminghamPosts: 422Registered
    Quick point about exemptions

    You could also get exempt from some more of the chartered papers, if you have previously studied
    e.g. a degree in law could get you an exemption from f4 for ACCA as well. So if you have
    done a degree at uni, you never know it may just give you one or two extra exemptions here and
    there :thumbup:
    AAT

    Level 2 - 2010
    Level 3 - 2011
    Level 4 - 2013

    ACCA

    F4 - 2015
    F5 - 2015
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