Certificate In Islamic Economics And Finance - 4-8 March, 2019

  Click For Enrollment Form Click For Enrollment Form   AL-MAKTOUM COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION & ISTANBUL 29 MAYIS UNIVERSITY   Present Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance Intensive Course (one week) 04-08 March, 2019   About this course As a result of the financial crisis, there is an increasing need among scholars of economics and those working in the field to identify and understand what Islamic economics is and how it can contribute to the conventional system of finance and multiculturalism. This, of course, poses the questions ‘What is the difference between the concept of “Islamic economics and finance” and that of pure “economics and finance”?’ and ‘Is “Islamic economics and finance” capable of contributing to a secular society?’ The two compulsory units of this programme meet the requirements of those who wish to improve their understanding of key Islamic economics, finance and banking concepts and practices that may have a significant impact on their work. The programme is available on an intensive basis. Further Study and Careers The full programme is intended for students who wish to pursue a qualification in the field of Islamic economics, finance and banking. The programme will also promote students’ career development in both the private and public sectors through learning appropriate skills such as critical analysis of different concepts and approaches in specific subjects, networking and teambuilding, communication skills, problem-solving, negotiation and influencing skills and written and oral presentation skills. Also, this Program offers an introduction to the evolving Islamic financial sector. It will enhance and develop your knowledge of Islamic finance. The program will enable the participants to: Get well versed in the main Islamic financing modes and contracts. Understand the main terminology of Islamic finance and economics. Recognise the main differences between Islamic and conventional finance. It is intended for: Financiers, bankers and professionals New entrants to, and those intending to work in, the Islamic financial sector Academics, undergraduate and post-graduate students Anyone wishing to know more about this emerging industry Tuition Fees Academic / Professional Fee: $1000 Waged Researcher (Student) Fee: $600 Students (Unwaged) Fee: $350 Please note that 8% VAT will be added to all fees.   The programme is comprised of the following two compulsory units: Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance will enable students to apply the core concepts of Islamic finance in an Islamic banking and insurance operation, to review and assess the commercial performance of Islamic financial institutions according to underlying Islamic principles, and critically compare the ideal concepts and practical implementation in Islamic and western banking and insurance. Islamic Economics and Finance will enable students to identify and understand the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic moral economy at the micro and macro levels, including Islamic finance as a practical tool of Islamic economics systems. This unit will develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical points of view. The unit will also address systematic understanding of Islamic political economy and its axioms which defines the frame, methodology and institutions. From a broader perspective, this unit will also enable students to understand Islamic financial engineering and liquidity management within the capital market context.     Intensive Timetable - Turkey Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance (AIBI)* Islamic Economics and Finance (IEF)** Day Date Time and Lecture Title 1 Monday 04/03/2019 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 2 Tuesday 05/03/2019 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 3 Wednesday 06/03/2019 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 4 Thursday 07/03/2019 9:30am – 12:30pm (IEF) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 5 Friday 08/03/2019 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (AIBI) *AIBI will be taught by Dr Salah Alhammadi **IEF will be taught by Dr Harun Sencal     Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance Unit 1: Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance (15 Hours) Unit Coordinator: Dr Salah Alhammadi   UNIT SUMMARY The growing importance of the Islamic finance industry and the rapid global development of Islamic financial institutions, make it essential that anyone interested in the area of Islamic finance is conversant with the fundamentals, core concepts, and practical operation, control system and regulatory framework of Islamic banking and insurance. The unit will cover the differences between Islamic and western banking and insurance models in terms of conceptual framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and product level differentiation. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic banking and insurance operation, including the embedding of Shari’ah compliance and regulatory frameworks in product development, asset liability management, internal control system, internal and Shari’ah audit as an independent assurance process. The unit will explore how Islamic principles have evolved into structures of products, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry. The issues of Islamic banking and insurance products and services also will be critically analysed.   AIMS To provide students with an advanced understanding of the theoretical aspects of the Islamic banking and insurance systems. To provide students with the understanding of the contemporary application of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically examine the institutional frameworks, governance systems and regulation of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically evaluate the main controversies and challenges facing Islamic banking and insurance.   LEARNING OUTCOMES On completion of this unit the students should be able to: Critically understand the differences of the institutional framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and products of Islamic and western banking and insurance. Critically understand the process of product development and asset liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. Critically understand the three levels of defence in Islamic banking and insurance operation, which includes the internal Shari’ah control system, implementation of a risk management framework, and the process of internal and Shari’ah audits. Understand how to apply and evaluate the integration of Shari’ah compliance principles and regulatory frameworks into all aspects of Islamic banking and Takaful operation. Critically evaluate the issues within the evolvement of product structures, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry.   GENERAL COURSE PLAN Session DATES TOPICS 1 04/03/2019 9:30 - 12:30 Introduction to Islamic Finance. Institutional framework, governing principles, and governance system of Islamic and conventional banking. The business model and products of Islamic Finance 2 05/03/2019 9:30 - 12:30 Islamic insurance (Takaful) and reinsurance (Retakaful). Why Islamic insurance? 3 06/03/2019 9:30 - 12:30 Risk management in Islamic banking and insurance, and Asset liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. 4 07/03/2019 9:30 - 12:30 Corporate governance issue within product structures, services in Islamic banking, and Shari’ah governance and Internal Shari’ah control system in Islamic banking 5 08/03/2019 13:30 - 16:30 The effect of conflict of interest between unrestricted profit sharing investment account holders and shareholders (Practical case study)   Unit 2: Islamic Economics and Finance (15 Hours) Unit Coordinator: Dr Harun Sencal   UNIT SUMMARY The unit will cover the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economics, including Islamic finance as practical tool of system of Islamic economics. This unit will also develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical point of views. The unit will also address systematic understanding of Islamic political economy and the axioms of Islamic moral economy which defines the frame, methodology and institutions. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic Finance, including the definitions, classifications and nature. Moreover, this unit will discuss the emergent financial institutions. It will explore how Islamic Finance principles have evolved into structures of products and services. Issues of financial and non-financial products and services also will be considered. This unit is linked to the Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance unit, so that students conversant with all the principles and structures behind Islamic Banking and Insurance can be empowered to engage in its application.   AIMS To redefine Islamic economics and finance with its aspects to construct a comprehensive and integrated economic system; To critically evaluate the implementation of Islamic finance according to Islamic Moral economy postulates and assumptions; To acquire a clear understanding of Islamic economic methodology through a critical appraisal of key postulates in existing literature; To examine the emergent financial institutions and instruments of Islamic Finance; To understand the non-market institutions and their role in economic development and securing the welfare for the larger stakeholder.   LEARNING OUTCOMES On successful completion of the course, students should be able to: Understand and evaluate the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economy in the micro and macro level; Critically understand and assess the methodology of Islamic economics in comparison with neoclassical economics; Analyse and evaluate the policies of Islamic economy in the market place: Islamic financial transactions, and the practical applications in the products and services in Islamic financial industry; Critically understand the process of economic development in the light of al maqasid al Shari’ah and institutions for welfare.   GENERAL COURSE PLAN SESSION DATE TOPIC 1 04/3/2019 13:30-16:30 Background of Islamic Economics and Various Approaches towards Islamic Economics 2 05/3/2019 13:30-16:30 Islamic Political Economy 3 06/3/2019 13:30-16:30 Islam and Economic Development 4 07/3/2019 9:30-12:30 Background of Islamic Finance and Current Trends 5 08/3/2019 13:30-16:30 Corporate and Shari’ah Governance     Contact e-mail: mcoban@29mayis.edu.tr                      Tel: 009 0216 474 08 61 (2718/2725)

YDS İngilizce Hazırlık Kursu

Programın Amacı Nedir? T.C. 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim Merkezi olarak alanında uzman eğitmenlerimizle gerçekleşecek YDS programın temel amacı yılda iki defa yapılan yabancı dil sınavında öğrencilerimizin başarılarını arttırmaktır. Soru çözme tekniklerinin detayına inerek; paragrafları anlayabilme, anlatım bozukluklarını tespit edebilme, yazım hatalarını ve kurallarını kolayca ve doğru olarak çözümleme yeteneklerini geliştirmeyi hedeflemektedir. Kimler Katılabilir? Yüksek Lisans öğrencileri, Doçent ve Doktora yeterlilik adayları, banka çalışanları(dil tazminatı) ya da yurt dışı görevleri nedeniyle yabancı dil seviyesini belgelemesi gereken kamu çalışanları, yurtdışında öğrenim görüp de diploma denkliği almak isteyen adaylar başvurabilir. Program Detayları Nedir? Çeşitli kaynaklardan birçok örnek ile farklı soru çözümü yapılmaktadır Zamanı doğru kullanım teknikleri Eğitim 100 saattir Haftalık 9 saatlik ders alarak 10 haftada tamamlanacaktır Kurs Tarihleri YDS ingilizce hazırlık kursu 16 Temmuz 2018 tarihinde başlayacak ve hafta içi her gün 18:00 - 21:00 saatleri arasında yapılacaktır. Kurs Yeri:  İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim, Uygulama  ve Araştırma Merkezi Altunizade Mahallesi Kısıklı Caddesi No: 11-A Bağlarbaşı – Üsküdar / İstanbul (Harita için tıklayınız)   Kayıt ve detaylı bilgi için; E-Posta: surem@29mayis.edu.tr Telefon: 0216 474 08 61  

Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance

AL-MAKTOUM COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION & ISTANBUL 29 MAYIS UNIVERSITY Present Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance Intensive Course (one week) 3-7 September 2018   About this course As a result of the financial crisis, there is an increasing need among scholars of economics and those working in the field to identify and understand what Islamic economics is and how it can contribute to the conventional system of finance and multiculturalism. This, of course, poses the questions ‘What is the difference between the concept of “Islamic economics and finance” and that of pure “economics and finance”?’ and ‘Is “Islamic economics and finance” capable of contributing to a secular society?’ The two compulsory units of this programme meet the requirements of those who wish to improve their understanding of key Islamic economics, finance and banking concepts and practices that may have a significant impact on their work. The programme is available on an intensive basis.   Further Study and Careers The full programme is intended for students who wish to pursue a qualification in the field of Islamic economics, finance and banking. The programme will also promote students’ career development in both the private and public sectors through learning appropriate skills such as critical analysis of different concepts and approaches in specific subjects, networking and teambuilding, communication skills, problem-solving, negotiation and influencing skills and written and oral presentation skills. Also, this Program offers an introduction to the evolving Islamic financial sector. It will enhance and develop your knowledge of Islamic finance. The program will enable the participants to: Get well versed in the main Islamic financing modes and contracts. Understand the main terminology of Islamic finance and economics. Recognise the main differences between Islamic and conventional finance. It is intended for: Financiers, bankers and professionals New entrants to, and those intending to work in, the Islamic financial sector Academics, undergraduate and post-graduate students Anyone wishing to know more about this emerging industry   Tuition Fees Professional Fee: $1000 Academics and Waged Researchers Fee: $600 Students (Unwaged) Fee: $350 * Please note that 8% VAT will be added to all fees, for instance, Professional fee is $1080 including VAT.   The programme is comprised of the following two compulsory units: Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance will enable students to apply the core concepts of Islamic finance in an Islamic banking and insurance operation, to review and assess the commercial performance of Islamic financial institutions according to underlying Islamic principles, and critically compare the ideal concepts and practical implementation in Islamic and western banking and insurance. Islamic Economics and Finance will enable students to identify and understand the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic moral economy at the micro and macro levels, including Islamic finance as a practical tool of Islamic economics systems. This unit will develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical points of view. The unit will also address systematic understanding of Islamic political economy and its axioms which defines the frame, methodology and institutions. From a broader perspective, this unit will also enable students to understand Islamic financial engineering and liquidity management within the capital market context.   Apply to Study for the program If you are interested in the programmes, you can apply for the Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance for online at https://surem.29mayis.edu.tr/egitim/certificate-in-Islamic-economics-and-finance-45.html or you may apply online by clicking here.   Intensive Timetable - Turkey Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance (AIBI)* Islamic Economics and Finance (IEF)** Day Date Time and Lecture Title 1 Monday 3/9/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 2 Tuesday 4/9/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 3 Wednesday 5/9/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 4 Thursday 6/9/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (AIBI) 5 Friday 7/9/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (IEF) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) *AIBI will be taught by Dr Salah Alhammadi **IEF will be taught by Dr Harun Sencal   Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance UNIT 1: APPLIED ISLAMIC BANKING AND INSURANCE (15 HOURS) Unit Coordinator: Dr Salah Alhammadi UNIT SUMMARY The growing importance of the Islamic finance industry and the rapid global development of Islamic financial institutions, make it essential that anyone interested in the area of Islamic finance is conversant with the fundamentals, core concepts, and practical operation, control system and regulatory framework of Islamic banking and insurance. The unit will cover the differences between Islamic and western banking and insurance models in terms of conceptual framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and product level differentiation. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic banking and insurance operation, including the embedding of Shari’ah compliance and regulatory frameworks in product development, asset liability management, internal control system, internal and Shari’ah audit as an independent assurance process. The unit will explore how Islamic principles have evolved into structures of products, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry. The issues of Islamic banking and insurance products and services also will be critically analysed. AIMS To provide students with an advanced understanding of the theoretical aspects of the Islamic banking and insurance systems. To provide students with the understanding of the contemporary application of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically examine the institutional frameworks, governance systems and regulation of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically evaluate the main controversies and challenges facing Islamic banking and insurance. LEARNING OUTCOMES On completion of this unit the students should be able to: Critically understand the differences of the institutional framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and products of Islamic and western banking and insurance. Critically understand the process of product development and asset liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. Critically understand the three levels of defence in Islamic banking and insurance operation, which includes the internal Shari’ah control system, implementation of a risk management framework, and the process of internal and Shari’ah audits. Understand how to apply and evaluate the integration of Shari’ah compliance principles and regulatory frameworks into all aspects of Islamic banking and Takaful operation. Critically evaluate the issues within the evolvement of product structures, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry.   GENERAL COURSE PLAN Session DATES TOPICS 1 3/9/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Introduction to Islamic Finance. Institutional framework, governing principles, and governance system of Islamic and conventional  banking. The business model and products of Islamic Finance 2 4/9/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Islamic insurance (Takaful) and reinsurance (Retakaful). Why Islamic insurance? 3 5/9/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Asset-liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. 4 6/9/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Risk management in Islamic banking and insurance 5 6/9/2018 13:30 - 16:30 Corporate governance issue within product structures, services in Islamic banking, and Shari’ah governance and Internal Shari’ah control system in Islamic banking. (Practical case study)   UNIT 2: ISLAMIC ECONOMICS AND FINANCE (15 HOURS) Unit Coordinator: Dr Harun Sencal   UNIT SUMMARY The unit will cover the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economics, including Islamic finance as practical tool of system of Islamic economics. This unit will also develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical point of views. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic Finance, including the definitions, classifications and nature. Moreover, this unit will discuss the emergent financial institutions such as Islamic FinTech. It will explore how Islamic Finance principles have evolved into structures of products and services. Issues of financial and non-financial products and services also will be considered.   AIMS To redefine Islamic economics and finance with its aspects to construct a comprehensive and integrated economic system; To critically evaluate the implementation of Islamic finance according to Islamic Moral economy postulates and assumptions; To examine the emergent financial institutions and instruments of Islamic Finance; To understand the non-market institutions and their role in economic development and securing the welfare for the larger stakeholder.   LEARNING OUTCOMES On successful completion of the course, students should be able to: Understand and evaluate the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economy in the micro and macro level; Critically understand and assess the methodology of Islamic economics in comparison with neoclassical economics; Analyse and evaluate the policies of Islamic economy in the market place: Islamic financial transactions, and the practical applications in the products and services in Islamic financial industry; Critically understand the process of economic development in the light of al maqasid al Shari’ah and institutions for welfare. GENERAL COURSE PLAN SESSION DATE TOPIC 1 3/9/2018 13:30-16:30 Background of Islamic Economics and Various Approaches towards Islamic Economics 2 4/9/2018 13:30-16:30 Islamic Political Economy 3 5/9/2018 13:30-16:30 Background of Islamic Finance and Current Trends 4 7/9/2018 9:30-12:30 Islamic Capital Markets 5 7/9/2018 13:30-16:30 Shari’ah Governance  

İlahiyat Fakültelerinde Kur'an-ı Kerim Öğretimi Sertifika Programı

Programın amacı: İlahiyat fakültelerinde (eşdeğer fakültelerde) Kuranı Kerim öğretim elemanı (araştırma görevlisi, öğretim görevlisi, okutman) olarak görev almak isteyenleri bu göreve hazırlamaktır.   Program yöneticisi: Yrd. Doç. Dr. Fatih ÇOLLAK   Programa başvuru için aranan şartlar: İlahiyat fakültelerinin (eşdeğer fakültelerin) Temel İslam Bilimleri Anabilim Dalında veya bu anabilim dalı kapsamdaki bilim dallarından birinde yüksek lisans / doktora yapanlar veya yapıyor olmak. ( Hafızlık yapanlar tercih sebebidir.) İstanbul’da ikamet ediyor olmak. Aşağıda belirtilen plan dahilinde programa en az  %80 oranında bilfiil katılmayı taahhüt etmek: -2018-2019 Bahar Döneminde Cumartesi günleri öğleden sonra iki blok (90 + 90 dakika) ders (teori ve uygulama) -2019-2020 Güz Döneminde Cumartesi günleri öğleden sonra iki blok (90 + 90 dakika) ders (teori ve uygulama) Not: Bir kurumda görevli olanlar olmayanlar, hafız olanlar / olmayanlar bu programa başvurabilir. ***** Başvuru bilgileri: Başvuru için son tarih: 02 Mart 2019 Başvuru yeri ve şekli: İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi’ne şahsen yapılacaktır. Sınav ve mülakat tarihi ve yeri: İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi Programa kabul edilenlerden öğrenim ücreti alınmaz / sadece 100 TL kayıt ücreti alınır. Programa %80 oranında bilfiil katılma yükümlülüğünü yerine getirmeyenlerin / getiremeyeceği anlaşılanların kayıtları silinir. Programın devamı süresinde katılımcıların İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi bünyesindeki Arapça ve İngilizce kurslarından indirimli olarak yararlanma talepleri değerlendirilir.  Programı başarıyla bitirenlere “sertifika” verilir.   İletişim:  T.C İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi,  Kısıklı Cad. No:11-A 34692 Bağlarbaşı-Üsküdar/İSTANBUL 0(216) 474 08 61 Dahili:1718

Aile Danışmanlığı Eğitimi Sertifika Programı

Aile Danışmanlığı Eğitimi Sertifika Programı, Aile Sosyal Politikalar Bakanlığı Gerçek Kişiler ve Özel Hukuk Tüzel Kişileri ile Kamu Kurum ve Kuruluşlarınca Açılacak Aile Danışmanlığı Merkezleri Hakkında Yönetmelik ve 09/2012 tarihli Gerçek Kişiler ve Özel Hukuk Tüzel Kişileri ile Kamu Kurum ve Kuruluşlarınca Açılacak Aile Danışmanlığı Merkezleri Hakkındaki Yönetmelik Uygulamaları Hakkındaki Genelgesi'ne uygundur.   Program Hakkında Aile; bu kavramı oluşturan bireylerin bir araya gelmesi ile var olan canlı bir kurumdur. Huzurlu bir ortamda yaşayan aile bireyleri her topluma kolaylıkla uyum sağlayabilecek, sağlıklı, farkındalığı yüksek bireyler olarak yetişecektir. Aile Danışmanlığı Eğitimi; ailenin bir arada olması ve yaşadıkları olumsuzlukları birlikte çözmeye çalışmaları noktasında onlara destek olacak Psikolojik Danışmanlık hizmetine denir.   Programın Amacı Nedir? T.C. İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi olarak alanında uzman eğitmenlerimizle gerçekleşecek programın temel amacı; ailedeki her bireyin kişisel ve sosyal hayattaki sorunlarının çözümü noktasında onlara destek olabilecek profesyonel kişiler yetiştirmektir. Toplumu oluşturan en önemli yapı olan ailenin daha mutlu, huzurlu, paylaşımcı, birbirlerine karşı daha anlayışlı olması toplum içinde bireysel olarak da çok önemli bir noktadır. Ailede yaşanan ölüm, hastalık, evlilik, boşanma, ayrılık gibi birtakım olaylar ailedeki bütün bireyleri farklı derecelerde etkilemekle birlikte her birey için son derece önemlidir. Bu noktada Aile Danışmanlığı Eğitimi; bireylerin içine girdikleri sorunlarla başa çıkabilmeleri ve bu süreci birbirlerine destek olarak atlatabilmeleri için gerekli olan desteği sağlayacak meslek uzmanları yetiştirmeyi hedeflemektedir.   Programın İşlevi Nedir? Aile danışmanlığı eğitimi bireylerin bütün olmalarını, birbirlerine karşı açık ve yalın iletişim kurmalarını, anlayışın en önemli unsuru olan empati yeteneğinin geliştirilmesini sağlamaktadır.    Program Çıktısı Nedir? Aile Danışmanlığı Eğitimi Sertifikasına sahip olan kişiler Türkiyenin her yerinde Aile Danışmanlığı Merkezi açma ve Aile Danışmanı olarak çalışma hakkına sahip olacaktır.  Program Önkoşulu   Sosyal Hizmet, Psikoloji, Psikolojik Danışmanlık ve Rehberlik, Sosyoloji, Tıp, Hemşirelik, Çocuk Gelişimi alanlarının lisans programlarından  mezun olanlar programa başvurabilir.  Program Yeri İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Altunizade Yerleşkesi, İcadiye-Bağlarbaşı Caddesi, No: 40 34662 Üsküdar/İstanbul adresinde yapılacaktır. Program Süresi 300 saati (örgün) teorik, 120 saati uygulama (60 saat sınıf içi + 60 saat alan) ve 30 saati süpervizyon olmak üzere toplam 450 saattir. Eğitim Tarihi 07 Nisan 2018 başlangıç tarihi ( Eğitim Cumartesi Pazar günleri yapılacaktır) Eğitim Saati: 09:30 – 18:30. Program Ücreti 3,750 TL + KDV Program Koordinatörleri Doç. Dr. İshak Aydemir, Yrd. Doç. Dr. Talip Yiğit, Uzm. Psikolog Cenk Adıgüzel İletişim T.C İstanbul 29 Mayıs Üniversitesi Sürekli Eğitim Uygulama ve Araştırma Merkezi Kısıklı Cad. No:11-A 34692 Bağlarbaşı-Üsküdar/İSTANBUL 0(216) 474 08 61 Dahili:1718  

Certificate In Islamic Economics And Finance

    AL-MAKTOUM COLLEGE OF HIGHER EDUCATION & ISTANBUL 29 MAYIS UNIVERSITY   Present Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance Intensive Course (one week) 23-27 April 2018     Period is over for this course. Click here for the recent one. About this course As a result of the financial crisis, there is an increasing need among scholars of economics and those working in the field to identify and understand what Islamic economics is and how it can contribute to the conventional system of finance and multiculturalism. This, of course, poses the questions ‘What is the difference between the concept of “Islamic economics and finance” and that of pure “economics and finance”?’ and ‘Is “Islamic economics and finance” capable of contributing to a secular society?’ The two compulsory units of this programme meet the requirements of those who wish to improve their understanding of key Islamic economics, finance and banking concepts and practices that may have a significant impact on their work. The programme is available on an intensive basis. Further Study and Careers The full programme is intended for students who wish to pursue a qualification in the field of Islamic economics, finance and banking. The programme will also promote students’ career development in both the private and public sectors through learning appropriate skills such as critical analysis of different concepts and approaches in specific subjects, networking and teambuilding, communication skills, problem-solving, negotiation and influencing skills and written and oral presentation skills. Also, this Program offers an introduction to the evolving Islamic financial sector. It will enhance and develop your knowledge of Islamic finance. The program will enable the participants to: Get well versed in the main Islamic financing modes and contracts. Understand the main terminology of Islamic finance and economics. Recognise the main differences between Islamic and conventional finance. It is intended for: Financiers, bankers and professionals New entrants to, and those intending to work in, the Islamic financial sector Academics, undergraduate and post-graduate students Anyone wishing to know more about this emerging industry Tuition Fees Academic / Professional Fee: $1000 Waged Researcher (Student) Fee: $600 Students (Unwaged) Fee: $350 Please note that 8% VAT will be added to all fees.   The programme is comprised of the following two compulsory units: Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance will enable students to apply the core concepts of Islamic finance in an Islamic banking and insurance operation, to review and assess the commercial performance of Islamic financial institutions according to underlying Islamic principles, and critically compare the ideal concepts and practical implementation in Islamic and western banking and insurance. Islamic Economics and Finance will enable students to identify and understand the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic moral economy at the micro and macro levels, including Islamic finance as a practical tool of Islamic economics systems. This unit will develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical points of view. The unit will also address systematic understanding of Islamic political economy and its axioms which defines the frame, methodology and institutions. From a broader perspective, this unit will also enable students to understand Islamic financial engineering and liquidity management within the capital market context.     Intensive Timetable - Turkey Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance (AIBI)* Islamic Economics and Finance (IEF)** Day Date Time and Lecture Title 1 Monday 23/04/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 2 Tuesday 24/04/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 3 Wednesday 25/04/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 4 Thursday 26/04/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (IEF) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (IEF) 5 Friday 27/04/2018 9:30am – 12:30pm (AIBI) 1:30pm – 4:30pm (AIBI) *AIBI will be taught by Dr Salah Alhammadi **IEF will be taught by Dr Harun Sencal     Certificate in Islamic Economics and Finance Unit 1: Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance (15 Hours) Unit Coordinator: Dr Salah Alhammadi   UNIT SUMMARY The growing importance of the Islamic finance industry and the rapid global development of Islamic financial institutions, make it essential that anyone interested in the area of Islamic finance is conversant with the fundamentals, core concepts, and practical operation, control system and regulatory framework of Islamic banking and insurance. The unit will cover the differences between Islamic and western banking and insurance models in terms of conceptual framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and product level differentiation. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic banking and insurance operation, including the embedding of Shari’ah compliance and regulatory frameworks in product development, asset liability management, internal control system, internal and Shari’ah audit as an independent assurance process. The unit will explore how Islamic principles have evolved into structures of products, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry. The issues of Islamic banking and insurance products and services also will be critically analysed.   AIMS To provide students with an advanced understanding of the theoretical aspects of the Islamic banking and insurance systems. To provide students with the understanding of the contemporary application of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically examine the institutional frameworks, governance systems and regulation of Islamic banking and insurance. To critically evaluate the main controversies and challenges facing Islamic banking and insurance.   LEARNING OUTCOMES On completion of this unit the students should be able to: Critically understand the differences of the institutional framework, governing principles, governance system, business model, and products of Islamic and western banking and insurance. Critically understand the process of product development and asset liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. Critically understand the three levels of defence in Islamic banking and insurance operation, which includes the internal Shari’ah control system, implementation of a risk management framework, and the process of internal and Shari’ah audits. Understand how to apply and evaluate the integration of Shari’ah compliance principles and regulatory frameworks into all aspects of Islamic banking and Takaful operation. Critically evaluate the issues within the evolvement of product structures, services, control and governance system in Islamic banking and Takaful industry.   GENERAL COURSE PLAN Session DATES TOPICS 1 23/04/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Introduction to Islamic Finance. Institutional framework, governing principles, and governance system of Islamic and conventional banking. The business model and products of Islamic Finance 2 24/04/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Islamic insurance (Takaful) and reinsurance (Retakaful). Why Islamic insurance? 3 25/04/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Risk management in Islamic banking and insurance, and Asset liability management in Islamic banking and insurance. 4 27/04/2018 9:30 - 12:30 Corporate governance issue within product structures, services in Islamic banking, and Shari’ah governance and Internal Shari’ah control system in Islamic banking 5 27/04/2018 13:30 - 16:30 The effect of conflict of interest between unrestricted profit sharing investment account holders and shareholders (Practical case study)   Unit 2: Islamic Economics and Finance (15 Hours) Unit Coordinator: Dr Harun Sencal   UNIT SUMMARY The unit will cover the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economics, including Islamic finance as practical tool of system of Islamic economics. This unit will also develop an understanding of the history and evolution of Islamic political economy and Islamic moral economy both from Islamic and neoclassical point of views. The unit will also address systematic understanding of Islamic political economy and the axioms of Islamic moral economy which defines the frame, methodology and institutions. It will also cover all aspects associated with Islamic Finance, including the definitions, classifications and nature. Moreover, this unit will discuss the emergent financial institutions. It will explore how Islamic Finance principles have evolved into structures of products and services. Issues of financial and non-financial products and services also will be considered. This unit is linked to the Applied Islamic Banking and Insurance unit, so that students conversant with all the principles and structures behind Islamic Banking and Insurance can be empowered to engage in its application.   AIMS To redefine Islamic economics and finance with its aspects to construct a comprehensive and integrated economic system; To critically evaluate the implementation of Islamic finance according to Islamic Moral economy postulates and assumptions; To acquire a clear understanding of Islamic economic methodology through a critical appraisal of key postulates in existing literature; To examine the emergent financial institutions and instruments of Islamic Finance; To understand the non-market institutions and their role in economic development and securing the welfare for the larger stakeholder.   LEARNING OUTCOMES On successful completion of the course, students should be able to: Understand and evaluate the origin, concepts, and aims of Islamic economy in the micro and macro level; Critically understand and assess the methodology of Islamic economics in comparison with neoclassical economics; Analyse and evaluate the policies of Islamic economy in the market place: Islamic financial transactions, and the practical applications in the products and services in Islamic financial industry; Critically understand the process of economic development in the light of al maqasid al Shari’ah and institutions for welfare.   GENERAL COURSE PLAN SESSION DATE TOPIC 1 23/4/2018 13:30-16:30 Background of Islamic Economics and Various Approaches towards Islamic Economics 2 24/4/2018 13:30-16:30 Islamic Political Economy 3 25/4/2018 13:30-16:30 Islam and Economic Development 4 26/4/2018 9:30-12:30 Background of Islamic Finance and Current Trends 5 26/4/2018 13:30-16:30 Corporate and Shari’ah Governance     Contact e-mail: surem@29mayis.edu.tr                      Tel: 009 0216 474 08 61 (1718/1725)

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