The INCEIF campus is 15 minutes away to the city centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; one of the most vibrant Islamic financial markets in the world and one of Asia’s most livable cities. The campus, which opened in January this year, is linked by highways and well-connected to neighbouring townships of Petaling Jaya and Shah Alam.
INCEIF campus is situated on a two-and-a-half-acre self-contained block of land. The campus grounds house three three-storey high main buildings. The buildings are known as the Academic building, the Chancellery and the ISRA building. Among the facilities enjoyed by students at the campus are an auditorium, a 9 feet deep swimming pool and separate gyms for males and females.
Islamic Finance Hub
On campus study gives direct access to real networking opportunities and practice-based learning. INCEIF organises regular field visits to a vast array of Islamic financial institutions including the Securities Commission, Bank Negara Malaysia, Islamic Financial Services Board and many Islamic banks.
The Malaysian capital is a huge metropolis with a towering skyline and bustling streets. With a population of over 1.3 million it is by far the largest of all cities in Malaysia. Malays, Chinese and Indians comprise the major races in this microcosm of cultures. The multicultural influence of Malaysia can be seen across the city’s collection of local customs, religious beliefs, languages and food. It has become a major haven to tourism thanks to its range of shopping, dining and tourist attractions.