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Comprehensive online course package for the ADIT European Union Value Added Tax exam.
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Meet your tutor

Janette Maxwell

Indirect Tax Director
Alongside her role in a large professional services firm advising clients on VAT issues, Janette has many years of experience in lecturing tax courses for universities and professional bodies. She has a great enthusiasm for tax and an ability to explain complex issues in an easy-to-understand manner.

Comprehensive online course covering the full ADIT EU VAT syllabus

Blended study programme over 15 weeks with recorded lectures, live classes and course assignments.

Recorded lectures

12 hours of recorded lectures, released weekly in bitesize videos, starting on 30 August, to guide you through the EU VAT syllabus.

Live tuition classes

Monthly live tuition classes on a Friday afternoon (UK time) in a small group to discuss topics with your tutor and bring the materials to life.

Team support

Participate in our online forum, share thoughts and ideas, grow your network, get help with your studies and feel supported through your ADIT journey.

Permitted text

Hard copy of 'A Guide to the European VAT Directives 2023' which can be taken into the exam with you as reference materials.

Weekly assignments

You'll be given an assignment each week, learning how to apply your knowledge. You'll also sit two mock exams, receiving individual feedback.

Intensive revision sessions

Weekend revision sessions take place over two days in November 2024. You'll consolidate your knowledge by working on past paper questions.

Do you have questions about our online ADIT EU VAT course?

Please email our team on or call us on +44 (0)28 9590 5990. We're happy to answer your questions on your study options for the Indirect Tax module and the ADIT qualification itself.
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