Do I Start?
You’ll need to
become an AAT student member before you start your training.
AAT student membership gives you unbeatable study support, help
with finding a job, great networking opportunities, exclusive
discounts and much more.
How to register as an AAT student
You can register
with us in three easy steps.
1. Choose and register with a training provider
You can find a training provider near you online. You’ll need to
register with a training provider even if you plan on studying
2. Register separately as an AAT student member
3. Pay your AAT admission and student membership fees
You can pay be debit or credit card, by sterling draft or cheque
made payable to the Association of Accounting Technicians. If you
register online you’ll need to pay by debit or credit card.
Online Skills Check
If you can
show competence in some skills, you might not need to complete
every learning and assessment area. Once you’ve
AAT approved training provider that sounds right for
you, contact them to talk about your course options. To prepare
for this meeting, complete the online
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experience, and recommends a starting level.
AAT admission and student membership fees
Your AAT fees cover your student registration and the support
you’ll have throughout your training as a student member. Being
part of a membership body for accounting professionals is
respected by employers, and by your colleagues.
Level 2 Certificate or
Level 5 in Scotland
Level 3 Diploma or
Level 6 in Scotland
Level 4 Diploma or
Level 8 in Scotland
AAT admission fee (£)*
AAT student membership (£)
Training provider fees (£)
Fees vary, please check with your chosen training
AAT fee per assessment (£)
*This one-off fee is also payable if you start your studies at
either of the next two levels. This table assumes that each
level of the AAT Accounting Qualification is completed within
one year. All fees correct for September 2012.
For Distance Learning Fees Details please
As MCG is an Approved Assessment Centre (Assessment Centre Number - OO0488) we can help you to register with AAT and start your studies.
Through Distance Learning you can study from almost any location and you can take the Assessment exams near to where you are living, most probably at a British Council Office.
Click here for information and advice on how to study by Distance Learning.
Our training centre is in Bahrain so if you live here and are interested in attending part-time evening classes, email AAT@webALL.org or call us on Bahrain 17-224240 or 17-224252 for details.