AAT has unveiled a new bursary scheme, which will give financially disadvantaged people the chance to study towards an AAT accounting or bookkeeping qualification.
Those awarded the bursary will not pay a penny towards the costs, and is part of AAT’s 40th year celebrations. The bursary is open to any UK resident aged 16 or over who is able to demonstrate that they are in genuine financial need.
Those who are eligible for the scheme can apply by going to aat.org.uk/bursary, once they have spoken to a training provider and chosen the AAT qualification that they want to study.
AAT’s Adam Williamson said: “At a particularly challenging time for the UK, the AAT Bursary provides a fantastic opportunity to change the lives of individuals who need financial support.”
Applications should submit their entry to the Bursary by the deadline of 10 April 2020.