BIBF is set to host an open house session for the public today to discuss a unique opportunity to pursue an internationally recognised MBA in Islamic Finance from the University of Bolton, through the BIBF Advanced Diploma in Islamic Finance programme.
The event will take place from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm at the BIBF premises in Juffair and is open to anyone who is interested in pursuing a postgraduate qualification in Islamic Finance.
BIBF and the University of Bolton signed a progression agreement to allow the graduates of BIBF’s Advanced Diploma in Islamic Finance (ADIF) to continue their academic studies with the University of Bolton’s MBA in Islamic Finance. BIBF’s ADIF programme is one of the oldest, most established Islamic banking and finance specialised qualifications in the MENA region, and was created in 2003. It has over 500+ graduates from 20 different countries across the world who are now primarily employed within the Islamic banking and finance industry.
The progression agreement with the University of Bolton provides ADIF graduates with exemptions from three out of the nine MBA in Islamic Finance modules and of the remaining six modules, four will be taught in the UK in a block delivery arrangement (i.e. one week per module) and two modules will be the dissertation. The fast-track programme will also result in a reduction of fees for ADIF graduates.
This is a unique, cost-effective opportunity designed to meet professional career objectives with maximum flexibility, requiring only 4 weeks of classroom attendance in a block mode delivery over 18 months (part-time).
Those interested in attending the event can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1781 5584 for any further enquiries.