Durham University Business School is charmed to offer one fully-funded scholarship for a self-subsidizing student undertaking either MSc Islamic Finance or MSc Islamic Finance and Management, starting October 2018. MSc Islamic Finance is a one-year full-time program intended to give thorough preparing at the frontier of research, giving you the chance to build up the progressed systematic and specialized abilities that are profoundly looked for after by worldwide businesses.
Durham University is a university open research college in Durham, North East England, with a moment grounds in Stockton-on-Tees. The chancellor of the college is Sir Thomas Allen, who succeeded Bill Bryson in 2012.
All UK students are eligible to apply and must submit an essay consisting of 1,500 and 2,000 words and the essay must be sent through the university email. The topic and title will be:
“Islamic finance has demonstrated an unprecedented growth since the emergence of the first Islamic bank established in 1975. Discuss the factors contributing to the expansion (diffusion) of Islamic finance in the world. In your discussion consider economic and political factors after identifying the growth and trends in Islamic finance activity.”
The deadline for application is until May 15, 2018.