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Business & Management

Account Associate (AA3)


Introduction

IBA can help to progress your career with nearly two thirds of full members agreeing that the qualification has increased their earning potential. A school leaver can also become a chartered accountant more quickly than someone who takes the university route as students are granted exemptions from chartered bodies including CIPFA, ICAEW, CIMA and ICAS. You don’t need prior formal qualifications to study AAT, but if you have relevant school qualifications, a degree or some accounting experience, you can potentially start at a higher level and progress through the qualification faster. AAT courses are designed to be flexible and fit around your life and work commitments. You can study full/part-time or from home, work while you study and fast-track to chartered accountancy. The course is delivered through more than 450 AAT approved training providers. To find one in your area and register as a student member visit http://www.aat.org.uk/start AAT also has an extensive branch network where members can access support and personal development opportunities, and meet other AAT members in their local area

Curriculum Structure

You are aware that AAT Sri Lanka launched the new Curriculum 2015-2020 and the first examination under the new syllabus was held in July 2015 and results released on time.

Course Code Course Subject Code Course Status
Account Associate
AA31 Financial Accounting & Reporting FAR Compulsory
AA32 Management Accounting & Finance MAR Compulsory
AA34 Processes Controls & Audit PCA Compulsory
AA35 Processes Controls & Audit CPT Compulsory

Note : The subjects of SS1-Effective Communication Skills (ECS) and SS2-Information & Technology Skills (ITS) are not compulsory for students to be applied together with the AA 3 level examination subjects as was previously required. Students may apply for those two subjects after completing the AA1 level together with AA2, AA3 or separately.

How are the teaching sessions going at IBA?

  • Workshops
  • Simulations
  • Role-play
  • Case study analysis and problem-solving exercises
  • Reading textbooks and journals
  • Lectures and seminars including talks by guest Lectures
  • Class discussions
  • Presentations and work on group and individual projects
  • Own research project

The qualifications necessary to register as a student to sit for this programm as below

  • Complete Account Analyst Level (AA2)

How to apply

If you are able to meet the entry requirements for this course you can download related application and fill all the details and post us.

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