A full ADIT certificate is issued to each student who successfully achieves the ADIT qualification, upon completion of the student's final exam paper.
In addition, ADIT students who successfully complete both Paper 1 Principles of International Taxation and one option paper may apply for a modular certificate recognising their partial ADIT achievement. Students who pass either of the two most popular ADIT exam papers can alternatively apply for standalone certification. Applying for either a modular or standalone certificate is entirely optional, and does not affect a student's entitlement to the full ADIT certificate, or the other benefits offered to ADIT graduates, upon achievement of the full qualification.
ADIT qualification certificate
Each new ADIT graduate receives a certificate recognising achievement of the full ADIT qualification. This certificate is issued free of charge, and confirms that the graduate has completed the three exams (or two exams and an extended essay) necessary to achieve the ADIT qualification.
Qualification certificates are produced and issed following each ADIT exam session, to all new graduates who completed the ADIT qualification during that session. New ADIT graduates who register to attend the CIOT Admission Ceremony will receive their certificates in person. Certificates for graduates who are unable to attend the ceremony are issued via post, following the ceremony.
If you have completed the ADIT qualification, your qualification certificate will be issued to you automatically. However, should your address change between the date on which you received your final exam results and the date of the Admission Ceremony, please notify us at info [at] adit.org.uk, as this will enable us to ensure that all certificates and correspondence are issued to the correct address.
A modular certificate is available to any ADIT student who has passed the exams for both Paper 1 Principles of International Taxation and one option paper.
Each modular certificate is designed to enable a student to demonstrate expertise in both the fundamentals of international tax and a specialist subject area.
For Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the modular certificate, please click here.
The fee for the modular certificate is £25. To apply for a modular certificate, please click here.
Standalone certificates are available for students who have passed either Paper 1 Principles of International Taxation or Paper 3.03 Transfer Pricing option.
The Principles of International Taxation and Transfer Pricing certificate each recognise a student's achievement in completing the corresponding ADIT exam, and thereby demonstrate expertise in the individual subject examined.
The fee for each standalone certificate is £25. To apply for a standalone certificate, please click here.