If you’re AAT qualified and looking to become a chartered certified accountant, then look no further than the ACCA qualification.
Pricing is subject to change.
Your previous studies may entitle you to exemptions from some ACCA exams, enabling you to accelerate your studies.
If you have passed AAT Level 4, you will get exemptions from the three papers under Applied Knowledge and start at Applied Skills and will pay no exemption fees.
You may start by following either the traditional or apprenticeship routes.
Part-qualified accountants can expect to earn around £26,000, increasing to £40,000. When fully qualified, depending on the organisation and sector you choose, you could earn anything up to £150,000 plus benefits.