E-Learning program for Islamic finance in Australia
In Australia, the Ethica Institute and La Trobe University have launched Australia’s first ever Islamic finance E-learning program.
Ethica, which is regarded as a leader in Islamic finance training and certification, announced the launch of a new Islamic finance for-credit course at La Trobe, one of Australia’s leading universities.
This will be the first time ever that a 100% online course in Islamic finance is offered as part of an on-campus course.
Enrolment for the award-winning Master of Islamic Banking and Finance program has been opened and online classes begin next month on January 10th.
Tthe Australian government actively began promoting Islamic finance in recent years by exploring tax neutrality for Shariah-compliant products.
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