MSc Islamic Finance at Durham University

The MSc in Islamic Finance by Durham University in the United Kingdom aims to deliver training in Islamic finance, banking, economics and management. Durham University have been offering Islamic finance related courses for more than 25 years. The University has a dedicated Centre for Islamic Economics and Finance at the Business School where students can use their facilities for research purposes.

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Course Content
This course focuses on 7 core modules which provide the foundations for understanding the principles of Islamic finance. Students can then broaden your insight in the industry by selecting one of the elective modules. Core Modules:-Islamic Banking and Finance - Islamic Capital Markets - Islamic Law and Financial Transactions- Islamic Political Economy - Risk Management Issues in Islamic Finance - Advanced Financial Theory - Econometrics I Elective Modules: - International Finance - Islamic Accounting - Portfolio Management - Corporate Finance - Financial Management - Behavioural Finance - Multinational Finance - International Financial Asset Management - Financial Risk Management - Derivative Markets - Financial Modelling and Business Forecasting - Corporate Governance
Entry Requirements
Below are the entry requirements for this MSc at Durham University, the first being the most general and the rest are specific to each country. You can find more details of entry requirements on the university website. - UK equivalent second upper class; O - UAE: a degree of four years duration, GPA of 3.2 minimum. - Pakistan: you must have attended a recognised Pakistani university where you studied a relevant undergraduate degree for four years, CGPA 2.7-3.5, if you have a 2-3 year bachelor's then you will also need a master's in a relevant subject with first division pass for both the bachelor's and master's.
EU & UK Students: £10,450, International Students: £21,000
Full Time / Part Time
Full Time
1 year
Last Update: 20 February 2016