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Featured Resource: Islamic Finance Training Programs and Certifications

Monday, August 31, 2009

Featured Resource: Islamic Finance Training Programs and Certifications

As featured in the Islamic Finance Resources Blog

AAOIFI: Certified Islamic Professional Accountant (CIPA)

Academy UK: MBA Islamic Banking and Finance

AIMS: MBA in Islamic Banking and Finance

BIBF: Masters of Science-Islamic Finance (MSIF)

CASS: Executive MBA - Islamic Finance stream

CIMA: Certificate in Islamic Finance

Durham Islamic Finance Program (DIFP); Islamic Finance Summer School

Ecole de Management Strasbourg – University Degree in Islamic Finance

ESA & SII: Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ)

GARP - Certificate in Risk Management for Islamic Financial Institutions

IBFIM: i-Series Programme, CCP Islamic (CCP-i), Islamic Financial Planner (IFP)

IIBF: Post Graduate Diploma in Islamic banking and Insurance

IIIBF: Certified Islamic Banker and Others

INCEIF: Chartered Islamic Finance Professional (CIFP)

IslamicAdvisory.com: Online Courses

Islamic Finance Training: Various Courses

Islamic Online University: Various Islamic Courses

Knowledge Platform - Fundamentals of Islamic Finance

Markfield - Certificate in Islamic Finance

Straightway Ethical: Islamic Financial Ethics

Sunni Path Online Islamic Academy: Modern Finanical Transactions

Tazkia - Islamic Undergraduate degree in Indonesia

Trisakti University - Islamic Economics and Finance degree in Indonesia

Universitas Indonesia - Islamic Economics and Finance degree in Indonesia

University College of Bahrain: MBA in Islamic Finance



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