Take the next step with ACCA!

If you’re ATI qualified and looking to become a chartered certified accountant, then look no further than the ACCA qualification.


ATI Four Exemptions

What does it cost?

Please see the list of ACCA fees here*.

ATI students who register with ACCA before 31 March 2024, can benefit from a special pricing offer by using code ANR at the payment page during registration. This special code entitles the student to a reduced registration fee (£45), reduced first year subscription free of charge and cheaper exemptions (£30 each for initial exemption based on your ATI qualification).**

*Pricing is subject to change.
**Limited to the first 150 registrations.

What exemptions do I get?

Your previous studies may entitle you to exemptions from some ACCA exams, enabling you to accelerate your studies.

Once you have completed the ATI qualification, you may be eligible to receive exemptions from the Applied Knowledge level as well as the Corporate and Business Law paper of the Applied Skills level, giving you a springboard into the ACCA qualification. For more information on exemptions please visit our exemptions calculator here.

What salary can I expect?

Part-qualified accountants can expect to earn between €25,000 to €40,000, depending on organisation, industry and location. When fully qualified, starting salaries can start from €45,000 and potentially grow to up to €150,000.


ATI to ACCA: All you need to know - Part 1

ATI to ACCA: All you need to know - Part 2