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I am a school leaver age 17 that has just complete both AAT level 2 and 3.
I want to become chartered, i know the fastest way is through an accounting body fast-track (ACA, ACCA /CIMA) but I also want to have the “privilege” of having a degree without spending 3 years at uni.
Basically, do you know universities in the West Midlands area preferably that give exemption for AAT level 4 (preferably to get the degree in 1 year rather than 2) .
Thanks guys
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I am a school leaver age 17 that has just complete both AAT level 2 and 3.
I want to become chartered, i know the fastest way is through an accounting body fast-track (ACA, ACCA /CIMA) but I also want to have the “privilege” of having a degree without spending 3 years at uni.
Basically, do you know universities in the West Midlands area preferably that give exemption for AAT level 4 (preferably to get the degree in 1 year rather than 2) .
Thanks guys
The best route is to get AAT level 4. I don't think anywhere will give you a degree in one year with AAT level 4. You are better off completing AAT then starting, say, ACCA which has the opening to get a degree from Oxford Brookes.
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