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A certificate commonly refers to a document indicating that an individual has successfully completed predetermined coursework or skills training in a given area. Strong variation exists among certificate programs in terms of content, requirements and duration.

Large amounts of wealth are managed under Sharia regulations, but understanding the economics of these markets requires specialized knowledge. A program in Islamic finance often provides the information necessary to understand a given issue, such as capital investment or accounting.

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INCEIF The Global University of Islamic Finance

Professional Certificate in Islamic Finance (PCIF) programme is developed to cater for industry professionals who wish to gain knowledge in certain areas of practice. You ... [+]

PCIF is designed for busy professionals and it is offered online only where learning is done through INCEIF’s Learning Management system.

Your will need to complete 3 courses within 14 weeks of the semester offered – January or June or September.

Your will be evaluated based on coursework and final examination marks.

For more information : http://www.inceif.org/professional-certificate/ or email us at marketing@inceif.org [-]
Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
January 2020
Full-time
Part-time
14 weeks
Online