PhD Islamic Banking and Finance

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Introduction

Keeping in view the increasing and growing demand of Islamic banking and finance industry, the Institute of Islamic Banking (IIB) planned to launch first ever program in the Lahore dedicated to fulfill the demand of this increasing trend. Growth of Islamic banking in the country has been over 30% in the last few years, which is certainly above the average global growth rate of Islamic banking and finance. If this trend continues, then one should expect that in the next three years Islamic banking assets will at least double from its current size of Rs926 billion.

Mission

Ph.D in Islamic Banking and Finance is envisioned as a pioneering educational and training program for participants to acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills to win a distinguished place in the emerging global market of Islamic Banking and Finance.

Aims and Objectives

Ph. D in Islamic Banking and Finance is aimed at providing relevant education and training in all aspects of the operation of Islamic Banking. The program's specific objectives are:

  • To provide opportunity to graduates with relevant experience to acquire knowledge and training for a career in Islamic Banking and Finance.
  • To train executives desiring specialization in Islamic Banking and Finance in expanding banking and financial institutions.
  • To provide opportunity for graduates in related disciplines to prepare them to enter the ever-expanding job market in Islamic Banking and Finance.

Career Opportunities

The participants after successfully completing the Ph. D program are expected to be competent for a wide variety of positions in Islamic Banking. They can be considered for jobs in both public and private educational institutions, research organizations, State Bank of Pakistan, and commercial banks. They can also expect to hold positions in various Federal and Provincial ministries.

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