CII and University of Bolton launch MBA in Islamic Finance

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The UK's Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) and Islamic Insurance Association of London have worked with the University of Bolton to launch an MBA in Islamic Finance. The part-time, two-year, graduate degree focusses on management and commerce, with the aim of helping insurance professionals progress into senior positions in organisations that follow Islamic principles. Applicants for the MBA need at least two years relevant work experience and a UK honours degree, postgraduate degree or equivalent. The MBA will ensure professionals develop a comprehensive knowledge of methodologi...

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