Become an AAT student member to:
- study these AAT Accounting Qualifications:
- sit assessments for these qualifications (learn how AAT assessments work)
- access resources and study support to help you succeed in your qualifications and progress your career through the AAT Lifelong Learning Portal.
You don't need AAT student membership to study other AAT qualifications.
- Admission (one-off payment): £50
- Annual membership (UK): £105
- Annual membership (outside UK): £95
If you're an AAT student member and a bookkeeping member (AATQB) you'll only need to pay the AATQB annual membership fee of £120.
If your student membership has lapsed and you'd like to rejoin AAT, you'll need to reinstate your membership and pay the reinstatement fee.
- Reinstatement (one-off payment): £37
Introducing the AAT Lifelong Learning Portal
Create your own resources library as you progress through your studies
As an AAT student member you can use the Learning Portal to manage your studies effectively, whatever your learning style. Save any study resources you like, add your own notes, and create study reminders.
Use practice assessments and unit overviews to help you study.
Check your understanding as you progress with e-learning modules and Green Light tests.
Get career and recruitment tips to support you in your career progression.
Access your assessment results, statements of achievement and information on where AAT can take you.
Get study tips and discuss your career path with experienced members in the AAT Discussion Forums.
Receive AAT Weekly newsletter every Tuesday, keeping you informed of the latest events, news and support available to you.
Receive 20, AAT’s student magazine, three times a year, with study tips, career advice and industry news.
Network with other students and professional members, and even find jobs, through one of AAT's many local branches.
Get exclusive discounts on things you buy every day with AAT Rewards.
Get a TOTUM PRO card at special rates.
Start your student journey
Get started today by registering or reinstating so you can begin studying, taking assessments, and using all your student membership benefits.