ADIT offers a number of advantages to international tax professionals, regardless of age, location or sector.
Listed below are just some of the benefits available to ADIT students, graduates and International Tax Affiliates. If you would like to speak to a member of the Education Team about how ADIT can help you in your international tax career, you can contact us here.
Benefits of the ADIT qualification
- A five year student registration period, in which to complete your ADIT exams and achieve the qualification
- Discounts on selected international tax books and resources
- Access and discounted entry to a range of CIOT Branch events and the annual ADIT Conference
- The opportunity to satisfy CPD requirements for other professional qualifications, where applicable
- Access to the ADIT Professional Group on LinkedIn
- Prizes and medals for the best performance in each exam session
- Module 1 Principles of International Taxation: the Heather Self Medal
- Module 2 United Kingdom option: the Raymond Kelly Medal
- Module 3 Transfer Pricing option: the Croner-i Prize
- Module 3 Upstream Oil and Gas option: the Wood Mackenzie Prize
- Module 3 (other options): the Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers Prize
- An independent means of demonstrating international tax expertise, and a global benchmark of quality and achievement
- Holding a portable qualification across borders and industries
- Demonstrate your expertise in multiple tax jurisdictions or topics and in a range of taxation systems
- The status attaching to formal affiliation with the the CIOT, the premier professional body in the UK concerned solely with taxation
- The right to describe oneself as an International Tax Affiliate of The Chartered Institute of Taxation, and to put the ADIT designatory letters after your name
- Access to Tax Adviser, the CIOT's monthly online journal and website, which includes technical articles, current tax notes, digests of tax cases and news from the CIOT
- A framework of ethical standards and practice guidelines
- CPD opportunities and access to a range of tax events
- Participation in technical and social activities organised by UK and international branches
- Use of the CIOT collection at the Maughan Library, at King's College, London.