Become a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)

By achieving your qualification with an accountancy practice, you will learn the practical aspects of accountancy whilst studying towards the ACCA qualification. You will also attend high quality practical courses, But let’s not forget, it’s not all about courses; you will have a lot to learn in the workplace too. You will soon be responsible for completing a whole range of assignments including accountancy, audit and giving business advice to a wide variety of clients. Training with a HAT firm, you will receive support every step of the way, from exam tutors, colleagues, your training partner and from the HAT team, which is why, on average 88% of our students pass first time!

Minimum Academic Criteria

You will need at least 5 GCSEs (grade 9-4) including at least a level 6 in Mathematics and 5 in English, 120 UCAS Tariff points or equivalent plus an expectation of at least a 2.1 degree classification in any discipline, with consistently strong module results throughout your degree. (The UCAS Tariff points are achieved from your top three A-levels or equivalent, excluding General Studies, EPQ and Critical Thinking, completed in the same academic year.)

Further information about ACCA qualifications

For full details about the ACCA exams please visit http://www.accaglobal.com/uk/en/student/getting-started/acca-qualification-structure.html.

Vacancies

There are two intakes each year in January and August, with August being the largest. Most vacancies are in central London, but there are also opportunities in Essex and XXXXX. See current trainee vacancies for further details.

When To Apply

We do not operate a fixed closing date. As mentioned above intakes are predominantly January and August but you can submit an application at any time ready for the next intake. We will keep you updated when opportunities arise.

How To Apply

Applying is simple. One application to us means you will be considered for all AAT vacancies.

More information on the Application Process