ADIT, the Advanced Diploma in International Taxation, is a specialist, advanced qualification in international and cross-border taxation and is suitable for all professionals. The ADIT Qualification provides the opportunity to prove and improve your own or your team's credentials as an International Tax Professional.
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The benefits of gaining the Qualification are:
“Having worked in International Tax for a few years, I thought it would be good to strengthen, formulate and progress my understanding further by enrolling and completing the ADIT examinations. I decided with the background that I had in the International Tax area that I would complete the examinations in one sitting, this was challenging, hard work and enabled a clearer understanding of the some of the principals of International tax which I believe were helpful inpractice. I would recommend those seriously wanting to pursue a career in this field to undertake this study.”
- Gurthian Ghotra, Tax Director - McCormick Europe
Additional benefits include:
- Joining a growing global network of over 2,000 ADIT students, Graduates and Affiliates in over 100 different countries and territories - every continent, major market centre, and every business sector represented;
- Being entitled to put the designatory letters 'ADIT' after your name;
- The opportunity to become an International Tax Affiliate of The Chartered Institute of Taxation.
A variety of study options are available internationally: distance learning courses, self-study courses and classroom learning courses.
Tax jurisdictions and subjects currently covered include USA, EU, UK, Ireland, Malta, Cyprus, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Australia and Transfer Pricing. Exams can be sat in either a handwritten or on-screen format.
For more information please visit the Why Do ADIT? webpage.
To register as an ADIT student, please click here. Full instructions on completing your ADIT registration can be found here.