What you will study
- An introduction to the UK tax system
- Income Tax
- Property and Investment Income
- National Insurance
- Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
- Inheritance Tax
- Corporation Tax
- Value Added Tax (VAT)
- Duties and responsibilities of a tax adviser
Key features of the course
- Flexibility to suit your needs – allowing you to study anytime, anywhere
- An emphasis on personal and professional development through independent learning
- Relevance of topics and practical examples to the context of your own professional practice
- Illustrative practice activities with solutions, “test your understanding” activities and tutor-marked assignments to reinforce learning
- Certificate of completion from London School of Finance and Law
Online learning with tutor guidance and support
How long it takes
16 weeks (128 hours)
This non-credit four-month course run by London School of Finance and Law is intended for students who want to gain general knowledge, learn a new skill, upgrade existing skills or develop personal interests in subjects related to finance or tax law.
This course can be taken alongside your degree or professional qualification studies elsewhere or as part of your informal career development programme. It will be of particular value to undergraduate, postgraduate or professional students of business management, accounting and tax law.
The course starts three times a year – in January, May and September.
You can learn more about the course on the London School of Finance and Law website.