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Tax goes global
Ever looked at the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation (ADIT)?
If you dream of working for an international company and want to improve both your tax knowledge and career prospects then the ADIT qualification might be the answer for you.
Awarded by the Chartered Institute of Taxation, it is broadly equivalent to the institute’s CTA qualification, but with an international tax focus.
There are currently 2,800 students, graduates and international tax affiliates around the world. This is a truly global qualification, with students in 100 countries.
In June 2016, for example, 572 students sat the exam in 43 countries, including the first ADIT sittings in Bosnia & Herzegovina, Hungry and Qatar.
To achieve the ADIT qualification students must pass three exam papers at the twice-yearly exams (June and December).
These exams can be sat either as handwritten exams or by using on-screen ADIT exam software on your own laptop.
All students must complete Paper 1 (Principles of International Taxation) and any two of the available Paper 2 and/or Paper 3 options. There is also an option to write a thesis in place of one Paper 2 or Paper 3 exam, consisting of between 15,000 and 20,000 words.
For more information go to www.adit.org.uk or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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