Association of Accounting Technicians

Association of Accounting Technicians of Sri Lanka provides the accounting knowledge to the professionals from early levels. Students can set their paths to become Fellow Members of the Association, which is the highest qualification that can be earned. The middle level accountants profession in all the government and private sector demands AAT qualified professionals. Therefore, the job security for a AAT qualified students is guaranteed. Further, most of the GCE Advanced Level students do AAT parallely to their Advanced Level studies to get an additional academic assistance.

Continuously over the past decade, AAT qualified students were able to get all the high island-rankers in Advanced Level Commerce stream. 

Why AAT?

  • The only professional qualification to follow while schooling.
  • Platform to excel in A/L’s
  • Help to manage in any profession you select.
  • Better carrier opportunities.
  • Highly demanded qualification for mid-level accounting.
  • Fast track to other advanced qualifications.
  • 50 out of 100 top results in commerce stream in A/L has followed AAT.
  • Eligibility to be a member at AAT (MAAT).
  • To be recognized among others.

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Why Achievers for AAT?

World class
lecture panel
Option of attending
physical / online
Study while you
are at home
pass rates
study materials
Access to
recorded lectures
One to one
student support
payment methods
In-house computer
based exam center

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The minimum entry qualification to start ACCA is if you are after G.C.E O/Ls, then you can start from stage 1. Your age should be more than 16 years to study AAT.

There are four categories of fees that a student has to pay while pursuing the course.

Course fees: Students will have to pay the course fees to get the tutoring, learning materials and the support from Achievers

Registration fees: New students pay a one-time registration fee. Note: The AAT subscription year runs from 1st January until 31st December.

Subscription fees: To study AAT, you need to pay an annual subscription which is due on 1 January each year.

Exam Fees: The student has to pay exam fees for every examination.