Applicants should hold a good honours degree from a UK University in the field of finance, economics, banking, accountancy, business studies or Islamic Studies, or the equivalent of the above from a recognised overseas University. Students whose first language is not English will need to demonstrate English language proficiency in addition to the other entry requirements. A minimum score of 6.5 IELTS or a TOEFL score of 575 for the written test or 230 for the computer test or a recognised equivalent qualification must be obtained.
Months of entry
Course contentThe Islamic College is running a joint Masters Programme in Islamic Finance and Banking in partnership with Middlesex University Business School.
The MSc Islamic Finance programme provides an in-depth coverage of issues in contemporary finance and banking. It is also designed to cater for specialist needs within Islamic finance. This reflects the diverse needs of students looking for postgraduate qualifications in the domain of Islamic finance, allowing a choice from a wide range of modules designed to broaden an awareness and knowledge of significant areas, and to deepen understanding of particular topics, methods and concepts such as insurance, taxation and governance. The programme is designed so that it can be completed in one year on a full time basis. Students can opt to study part time and complete the programme in two years.
Modules covered on this programme range from Corporate Finance to Sources of Islamic Knowledge to Islamic Commercial Law.
We also cover topics such as:
Islamic Capital markets
Economic and Accounting Environment
Corporate Governance and Corporate Accountability
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- J H Sheikh
- 0208 451 9993 ext. 207 or 02084381207