Al-Maktoum College of Higher Education
Istanbul 29 Mayis University
Certificate in Islamic Economics & Finance
1 week intensive course
4-9 March 2019
Location – Istanbul, Turkey
About this course
As a result of the financial crisis, there is an increasing need among scholars of economics and those working in the field to identify and understand what Islamic economics is and how it can contribute to the conventional system of finance and multiculturalism. This, of course, poses the questions ‘What is the difference between the concept of “Islamic economics and finance” and that of pure “economics and finance”?’ and ‘Is “Islamic economics and finance” capable of contributing to a secular society?’ The two compulsory units of this programme meet the requirements of those who wish to improve their understanding of key Islamic economics, finance and banking concepts and practices that may have a significant impact on their work.
Who can apply?
For further information on the Certificate in Islamic Economics & Finance and how to apply, click here.
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