fbpx

Course - Staffordshire University, UK MIBF Dual Degree @ APU Kuala Lumpur

Staffordshire University, UK MIBF Dual Degree @ APU Kuala Lumpur

This programme is specifically designed to produce professionals equipped with expertise in both the conventional finance and Shariah for a career in the banking services or investment as well as any Islamic financial institutions. It is also for those executives and managers desiring specialisation in Islamic banking and finance in order to assist personal development and career advancements in the banking and finance industry.

 

Class conducted at: Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)

Request Info Now!

RM29,500

Compare
  • Description
  • Course Profile
  • Awarding Body
  • Student Testimonials
  • Why Study at APU?
  • Entry Requirements & Payment Plan
  • Additional information

Description

What’s special about this MIBF programme

This programme is specifically designed to provide:

  • In depth knowledge and a wide range of skills in Islamic Finance, banking and investment, that allow students to be capable of meeting the growing needs of the industry.
  • Support in the vision and ambition of the Malaysian government to make Malaysia a centre of innovation and excellence in the Islamic financial world.

Feature Highlights

  • Class: Weekday class (after office hours)
  • Accreditation: Provisionally Accredited by MQA, MOHE and KPT
  • Assessment: Coursework Based + Written Examinations
Flexible
30%
Coursework
60%
Affordable
71%
Size of Class
30%
  •  Rated by STUDYMASTERS Consultants 

DUAL AWARDS FOR BEST VALUE
Graduating with two degrees from two different universities will carry more weight and value when entering the workforce.
ATTEND CLASS ON YOUR FREE TIME
Classes are held on weekdays so you are free to spend the weekends  for rest and recreation.
HIGH LEARNING STANDARD FROM UK
MBA graduates are well equipped with up-to-date skills and knowledge to head their organisations or drive their business to the next level.

Why choose APU’s MIBF?

On successful completion of this programme, you will be able to:

  • Demonstrate a comprehensive knowledge of contemporary issues in Islamic and conventional finance and ability to compare and contrast between Islamic and conventional financial markets in a global setting.
  • Identify the ethical and legal responsibilities in Islamic and conventional finance and determine their impact on financial decision making.
  • Plan and conduct a research project in a professional and ethical manner.

Award & Recognition

  • 1 Silver Award for the Invention, Innovation and Technology Exhibition (ITEX) 2017
  • Gold Medal for International Intellectual Exposition 2017
  • Gold Medal for Science and Engineering Design Exhibition Cum Competition (SEDEX) 2016
  • Silver Award for Invention & Innovation Competition for Private Institutions of Higher Learning(PERINTIS) 2016
  • Distinction Award for ‘Software Program Design and Development’ 2015
  • Winner of Water Drone Competition for Makeweekend Robotics Challenge 2013
  • Bronze award for Industry Excellence for Education – Business Excellence Award 2006 (Malaysia Canada Business Council)
  • Top Award for ‘Best Website Design’ – Ministry of Higher Education Malaysia Awards 2008
  • Award of Excellence in Research & Development – Ministry of Education Excellence Awards 2003
  • Top Award in Network and PC Maintenance category – Prime Minister’s Golden Hands Award 2004
Request Info Now!

Master of Islamic Banking and Finance - Dual Degree Awarded by Asia Pacific University and Staffordshire University, UK
KPT/JPS (N/343/7/0108) (MQA/PA3457) 02/19

Introduction

Master of Islamic Banking and Finance is designed in order to enable students to analyze and respond to Islamic financial management problems and opportunities to think critically and suggest possible solutions. In addition, they will also be conceptualizing Islamic financial management issues into coherent written statements and oral presentations.

Career options

  • Funds Management
  • Financial Planning and Investment Advisor
  • Insurance / Takaful
  • Corporate Treasury Management
  • Banking Manager
  • Islamic Finance Director
  • Islamic Finance Advisor
  • Islamic Finance Product Manager

Programme Modules

The modules of this programme will provide the knowledge and analytical skills to explore and explain the principles and practices of Islamic banking and finance.

Core Subjects

  • Quantitative Methods For Decision Making
  • Islamic Financial Institutions and Markets
  • Islamic Banking Products and Services
  • Islamic Jurisprudence
  • Islamic Economics
  • Islamic Banking Operations
  • Islamic Risk Management
  • Islamic Capital Markets
  • Takaful
  • Research Methodology

Dissertation
The dissertation helps you to develop the kind of skills you will need for work in a variety of careers, as well as to develop your specific ability to research and analyse academic problems.

The research will enable you to exercise critical judgment and illustrate how economic analysis has relevance to financial decision making. The main purpose of this dissertation/project undertaking is to allow you to explore your area of interest and to apply the right approach or methodology and again to arrive at the rightful solutions that best suit or solve the problems at hands.

You will be expected to deal with your chosen topic in a competent and scholarly manner, and to display critical discrimination and a sense of proportion in evaluating evidence and the opinions of others.

Request Info Now!

Staffordshire University, UK

No.1 Business School in the world, ranked by Edurank for the use of social media

Staffordshire University is a modern University with 100 years’ experience of pioneering higher education within the creative, technological and scientific industries. The University delivers relevant, inspiring and vocationally led courses and thus develop students who are independent thinkers.

Based in the Midlands in the heart of the UK, the University is home to approximately 16,500 students that make up a dynamic and vibrant community. This learning community is global and on-campus students represent 90 worldwide nations. In addition, the University has an international network of over 20,700 students studying on Staffordshire University courses at over 40 partner organisations around the world (July 2014).

Passionate about transforming the lives and aspirations of the individuals and communities it serves, the University is agile and flexible; quick to adapt as student requirements change and is renowned for providing ground-breaking new courses and outstanding learning opportunities.

Staffordshire University has the 4th best Teaching Quality for Accounting courses, ranked by The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2017. Staffordshire University’
Accounting and Finance degrees is ranked 7th in the UK for overall satisfaction.

Staffordshire University is one of the largest providers of transnational education provision with partners in Europe, Africa and Asia. APU Malaysia is listed as one of the Staffordshire University’s key partners in the Staffordshire University Financial Statements and Governor’s Report 2015/2016.

History
In 1901, industrialist Alfred Bolton acquired a 2-acre (8,100 m2) site on what is now College Road and in 1906 mining classes began there. In 1907, pottery classes followed, being transferred from Tunstall into temporary buildings, and in 1914 the building now known as the Cadman Building was officially opened as the Central School of Science and Technology by J. A. Pease, President of the Board of Education. A frieze over the entrance depicts potters and miners. In 2013, the Library Conference room in the Cadman building was renamed the Alfred Bolton room.

In 1915, a department was established for the commercial production of Seger cones used to measure and control the temperatures of ceramic furnaces, based upon research completed by the principal, Joseph Mellor. Grants from the Carnegie United Kingdom Trust in 1924 were used to develop the ceramics library and in 1926 the name of the institution was changed to North Staffordshire Technical College. By 1931 extensions to the Cadman Building ran along Station Road and housed the Mining Department. A grant was awarded from the Miners’ Welfare Fund to fund the building work. The new extension also housed the library, which by now had 35,000 volumes. By 1934 the college consisted of four departments: Engineering (nearly 800 students), Pottery (just over 600 students), Mining (just under 500 students), and Chemistry (under 300 students).

In 1939, new engineering workshops were occupied for the first time and the land opposite the Cadman Building was purchased. By 1950 Victoria Road changed its name to College Road and the site now extended over 12 acres (49,000 m2). The Mellor Building and Experimental Production Block (now Dwight Building) were constructed for the North Staffordshire College of Technology by 1960.

Various faculty movements and further building work resulted in North Staffordshire Polytechnic being formed in 1970 with the merger of Stoke-on-Trent College of Art, North Staffordshire College of Technology (both based in Stoke-on-Trent), and Staffordshire College of Technology in Stafford. In 1977, the polytechnic absorbed a teacher training facility in Madeley, Staffordshire.

The polytechnic developed traditional strengths of the component institutions, e.g. ceramics (Stoke-on-Trent), computing (Stafford) and sports education (Madeley). The mining department closed as result of the decline of coal mining in the 1980s. New subjects were developed. North Staffordshire Polytechnic was amongst only a handful of third-level institutions in the UK to offer International Relations as a dedicated degree. The 1992 UK government Research Assessment Exercise placed the International Relations Department as the highest-rated in the institution.

In 1988, the institution changed its name to Staffordshire Polytechnic. In 1992, it became Staffordshire University, one of the new universities.

 

Request Info Now!

Student Testimonials

From APU's MBA program, I learned about Japanese culture and how business is conducted in Japan. I am now a consultant to Japanese companies conducting business in Africa, and I also work closely with the Embassy of Japan as Secretary-General of the Zimbabwe-Japan Alumni Association. The African continent is growing rapidly, and thanks to the skills I acquired at APU, I am one of the active members of this new development.

Taurai Chinyamakobvu

Taurai ChinyamakobvuGraduate School of Management (MBA Program)

I am extremely proud to be part of the Bandai Namco Group today. It has always been one of my dreams to work at this company. To help me achieve this dream, I chose to get my MBA at APU, as the program mainly focuses on the study of Japanese corporations and business companies. The unique international aspect of APU also greatly helped me, as I developed multicultural communication skills. These skills are put to use in my daily work as I am required to conduct negotiations successfully and lead problem-solving initiatives. The MBA program not only helped me gain confidence, but gave me the ability to develop the necessary business skills for our dynamic global society.

Feng Xiaoyu

Feng XiaoyuGraduate School of Management (MBA Program)

The MBA program teaching style is interactive with weekly discussions, presentations, and reports. Also, the optional Japanese language classes helped me adapt to a new environment. Overall, this knowledge helped me to quickly transition to my current role in the IT services sector in Tokyo. I am sure APU will continue to provide its students with the tools they need to create a brighter future for years to come.

Anod Kumar Rai

Anod Kumar RaiGraduate School of Management (MBA Program)

Through this program I was able to learn about Japanese management, international business and various cultures of Asian countries. My time spent in Japan gave me a deep understanding about the importance of quality, spirit of long-lasting relationships, and collaboration with others.

Piotr Halys

Piotr HalysGraduate School of Management (MBA Program)

Studying at APU significantly impacted my life. Under the division of Tourism and Hospitality in International Cooperation Policy, I studied and researched destination development and tourism policy. Through this, I learned the importance of policies and how to apply the ideas of tourism into destination and regional development. Furthermore, the environment at APU taught me how to shape my own world in a multicultural society by interacting with people from various countries. As a result of active participation in several school activities, I realized that mutual understanding can only happen when we accept the differences of each other and seek ways to work and live together. I believe APU is the perfect place where you can experience a real global society

Ri Sil Park

Ri Sil ParkGraduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, International Cooperation Policy (ICP) (Tourism and Hospitality Division)

When I was looking for an MBA program, I found APU among the top twenty business schools in the field of international management in East Asia. With a background in Japanese language and prior experience living in Japan during my undergraduate study, I opted for APU’s MBA program because of the availability of English instruction and various scholarship opportunities provided to me. With countless careers options emerging in the globalized world, APU prepared us —the future managers—to understand and appreciate different cultures. My classmates at APU come from all corners of the globe, which fosters a strong community that shares, discovers and learns together.

Rashmi Kumari

Rashmi KumariGraduate School of Management (MBA Program)

Request Info Now!

Why Study MBA at APU?

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU) is amongst Malaysia’s Premier Private Universities, and is where a unique fusion of technology, innovation and creativity works effectively towards preparing professional graduates for significant roles in business and society globally. APU has earned an enviable reputation as an award-winning University through its achievements in winning a host of prestigious awards at national and international levels.

Nurturing Professionals for Global Careers
APU nurture students as professionals to ensure that students are prepared for the global challenges ahead. Students success is APU best testimony; over 95% of APU graduates are employed by graduation.

20+ years of partnership with Staffordshire University (UK)
Solid relationship with Staffordshire University is among the strongest and most successful foreign collaborations in Malaysia, and is particularly notable in strong shared mission of producing highly employable graduates.

Rated No. 1 in Asia and Malaysia for Multicultural Learning Experience*
With more than 11,000 students from over 110 countries, APU University will ensure that students will gain memorable experiences alongside the diversified and colourful cultural environment.
* Student Barometer Wave 2015, ‘Studying with people from other cultures’

Outstanding Support
Regardless of the programme choose, students will be supported by highly qualified and enthusiastic professionals. Many enjoy an international reputation for
their research and actively engage with leading names in the industry.

Work-Ready, World-Ready
APU University will equip students to become a worldready professional, with the knowledge, attributes, skills and expertise that employers look for.

Read the full institution profile at: Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU)

Request Info Now!

Entry Requirements

  • Bachelor’s Degree with minimum CGPA 2.75 out of 4.00 or equivalent as Senate approval. OR
  • Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA 2.5 out of 4.00 but less than 2.75 CGPA can be accepted with rigorous assessment (includes test, interview or port folio). OR
  • Bachelor’s Degree with CGPA below 2.5 out of 4.00 or qualification which is equivalent can be accepted with minimum 10 years relevant working experience in related field. Student must provide CV/Letters etc.
  • Evidence of satisfactory English language skills is required for candidates where English is not their first language, such as IELTS 6.0 or above or TOEFL 550 or above.

Payment Plan Options

Official Course Fee: RM 29,500 (Exclusive Enrollment Fee + Student ID Card + Library Deposit Fees)
Staffordshire University Fee: £ 250 (Payable upon commencement)

Option 1 - Semester Payment (Full-Time)
Full Payment: RM 29,500
Semester Payment: RM 10,300 x 3 Semesters
Monthly Payment: RM 2,230 x 14 Months

Option 2 - Modular Payment (Part-Time)
Full Payment: RM 29,500
1st Installment: RM 4,950
2nd-8th Installment: RM 3,950
Total: RM 29,500

Important: For complete Fee Schedule - latest intake & latest course fee. Kindly request from our STUDYMASTERS.MY consultant.

Request Info Now!

Additional information

Awarding Body

Asia Pacific University of Technology & Innovation (APU), Staffordshire University, UK

Campus Location

Kuala Lumpur

Duration

12-18 Months, 24-60 Months

Mode of Study

Evening Class, Full-Time, Part-Time, Weekday Class

Schedule System

Modular System, Semester System

Intakes

Jan, Mar, Apr, Nov

Class Size

20-30 Students

Lecturer

Locally, Oversea

Graduation

Conducted in Malaysia

MQA Accredited

Yes – Provisionally Accredited

Subjects

10 Core Subjects + 1 Dissertation

Assessment

60% Coursework & 40% Written Examination

EPF Withdrawal

Yes, Available

Installment Plan

Yes, Available (8 Installments)