Islamic banking is considered to be one of the most notable innovations in the banking sector in recent years. At present, more than 350 Islamic banks and financial institutions are operating in over 60 countries in different regions including the Middle East, Europe, America, South Asia, Far East, Africa and Australia. The current size of global Islamic finance industry assets is approaching USD $1 trillion and is expected to reach US$4 trillion by 2020.
Within this setting, the Master of Islamic Banking and Finance program can provide you with a detailed understanding in the specialist areas of Islamic banking, Islamic Finance, Shari`ah, Islamic Economics, Islamic Financial Contracts, and Products Development, Risk Management in Islamic Financial Markets and Institutions, Islamic Corporate Governance and Legal and Regulatory issues in Islamic Banking and Finance. This accredited degree explores the theoretical concepts and shares regional best practices using case studies. For an overview of core units and electives you can study in this course, please see study plan.
Accreditation: This program is accredited by the UAE Ministry of Education’s Commission for Academic Accreditation and Finance Accreditation Agency (FAA)
General Admission Requirements: The applicant must hold a bachelor's degree from an accredited Higher Education Institution with a minimum AGPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 Scale or its equivalent. Applicants from non-management backgrounds will need to first enroll and complete the non-credit foundation course Management Appreciation Program (MAP). For full admission requirements and transfer from other institutions, please see Postgraduate Admission Requirements.
Tuition Fees: AED 2000 per Credit Hour (36 Credit Hours)
For tuition fees and other academic program related fees, please see Tuition & Fees.