Which uni after AAT Level 4?

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I will be finishing AAT Level 4 this year and planning to go university next year with GCSE Maths 5 and English 4.

Since level 4 is technically equivalent to 1st year of uni, could i easily get into good universities, preferably around London, without them restricting me with my GCSEs?
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This is something you would have to ask the unis. They may consider you for a relevant degree but we really can't say. At a guess AAT is likely to be seen as a good additional qualification, rather than one to replace their usual entry requirements. But look at the on their websites and email a couple you might be interested in, see what they come back with

Edit: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergra...ng-finance-bsc King's accounting and finance, for argument's sake. They ask for grade 6 in English language GCSE plus A in A level maths, or equivalents. Your AAT could help but they still need to be confident you could cope with the course, so it's unlikely unfortunately without additional qualifications or resits.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I will be finishing AAT Level 4 this year and planning to go university next year with GCSE Maths 5 and English 4.

Since level 4 is technically equivalent to 1st year of uni, could i easily get into good universities, preferably around London, without them restricting me with my GCSEs?
Yea you should try london or on my opinion usa they dont usally Abt GCSEs keep in not not all university. London is a good choice too
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you should join second year of University after Completing your AAT Level 4
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(Original post by furryface12)
This is something you would have to ask the unis. They may consider you for a relevant degree but we really can't say. At a guess AAT is likely to be seen as a good additional qualification, rather than one to replace their usual entry requirements. But look at the on their websites and email a couple you might be interested in, see what they come back with

Edit: https://www.kcl.ac.uk/study/undergra...ng-finance-bsc King's accounting and finance, for argument's sake. They ask for grade 6 in English language GCSE plus A in A level maths, or equivalents. Your AAT could help but they still need to be confident you could cope with the course, so it's unlikely unfortunately without additional qualifications or resits.
Hi, thank you for your help. Im planning to study Economics and Accounting thats accredited by ACCA and on what ive searched so far, Brunel, City and South bank are the only unis that offer what i wanted.
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Hi, thank you for your help. Im planning to study Economics and Accounting thats accredited by ACCA and on what ive searched so far, Brunel, City and South bank are the only unis that offer what i wanted.
By the looks of it GCSE-wise you'd be fine for Brunel! I've not checked the others but you can do that. So you just need to email and see if they'll accept AAT level 4 instead of A level/BTEC etc.
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I was hoping to apply too as I didn't go college after GCSE and went straight into AAT level 3 and 4 with an apprenticeship. I am 18 and am hoping to complete my level 4 soon. I've emailed a few unis and so far I've gotten a good response from Wolverhampton and south bank that accept for second year entry. I suggest looking at the List on AAT's website that says the unis partnered with AAT and see if any are to your liking, then i suggest emailing them to just make sure they allow second year entry. I'm not entirely sure if they look at your GCSE grade however i'm sure if they accept Level 4 they would also provide an exemption for your GCSE's If anyone knows anymore University's that accept AAT level 4 for second year entry, I would be entirely grateful if you let me know.
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(Original post by furryface12)
By the looks of it GCSE-wise you'd be fine for Brunel! I've not checked the others but you can do that. So you just need to email and see if they'll accept AAT level 4 instead of A level/BTEC etc.
They dont accept AAT apparently (
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I was hoping to apply too as I didn't go college after GCSE and went straight into AAT level 3 and 4 with an apprenticeship. I am 18 and am hoping to complete my level 4 soon. I've emailed a few unis and so far I've gotten a good response from Wolverhampton and south bank that accept for second year entry. I suggest looking at the List on AAT's website that says the unis partnered with AAT and see if any are to your liking, then i suggest emailing them to just make sure they allow second year entry. I'm not entirely sure if they look at your GCSE grade however i'm sure if they accept Level 4 they would also provide an exemption for your GCSE's If anyone knows anymore University's that accept AAT level 4 for second year entry, I would be entirely grateful if you let me know.
South Bank is pretty much the only uni in london that accept AAT, are you planning this 2021?
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