Compare 2 Masters Programs in Islamic Finance
A Master in Islamic Finance is a course based on the relevance of the industrial practice of Islamic finance. The many areas of specialization are availed to all postgraduate students taking the course to further their studies. The program is designed to equip all students with quality training and skills in the field of Islamic finance. Students taking the master in Islamic Finance have an opportunity to explore the wide aspect of conventional Islamic management of finances.
A Master in Islamic Finance is a postgraduate course aimed at guiding students who wish to understand the complex Islamic Finance as well as management of the moral, legal and the regulatory systems. Students learn the best approaches to the solutions of the many challenges in the sector. The various skills acquired through the coursework are conceptually the best training skills for anyone pursuing a career move in the industry. The program equips the students with the most current issues affecting the Islamic finance sector. The course acknowledges the need to develop general and specific skills in the industry. This goes on to influence the career choices in future for the students.
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The Masters in Islamic Finance Practice (MIFP) programme is a postgraduate course aimed at producing industry practitioners with global insight, holistic knowledge and cutting-edge expertise in Islamic Finance. MIFP can be done Face-to-Face or Online.
The UOWD's Master of Applied Finance - Islamic Banking and Finance in UAE is suitable for students and professionals who are keen to acquire critical knowledge and skills in areas related to Islamic banking and finance. This highly sophisticated program will equip you with the knowledge and skills to be able to carry out vital Islamic financial operations whilst keeping you up-to-date with the latest changes and well-versed in the intricacies of Islamic Sharia financing and its objectives. You will come to understand the complex Islamic Banking and Investment Products and assess alternative Islamic Insurance (Takaful) and Re-insurance (Re-Takaful) products.