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Islamic economics is based upon principles in accordance with Islamic law (Shari’ah). Fundamentally dissimilar to the conventional systems, Islamic economics and finance concerns itself with social economic justice and human welfare. With respect to conventional banking, seminal texts have often referred to Islamic banking as a more ethical system, therefore making it relevant to discussions about its contribution to conventional system of finance and multiculturalism.
A good undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in any subject. Relevant work experience would be beneficial.
£4,850- Scotland/EU, Rest of UK, Overseas