Q.1: How much does the MIF cost
Q.2: How long does it take to complete the program?
Q.3: My primary degree is not in finance, business or economics. Can I apply to do the MIF?
Q.4: What are the minimum admission criteria?
Q.5: Is INCEIF an approved institution of higher learning?
Q.6: What is the closing date for applications?
Q.7: How are candidates chosen?
Q.8: How is the part-time course different from the full-time course?
Q.9: How do I apply?
Q.10: If I am a full-time student, can I work while undertaking the course?
Q.11: Does the MIF exempt me from any of the CIFP programme?
Q.12: What is the difference between MIF and an MBA?
Q.13: Can you tell me about the Graduate Studies Committee?
Q.14: What careers can graduates expect?
Q.15: Can you tell me more about INCEIF?
Q.16: Can you tell me more about Kuala Lumpur?
Q.17: Does the teaching have a practical orientation?
Q.18: Will I be working mainly on my own or in study groups?
Q.19: What are the course attendance requirements and workload?
Q.20: How many hours will I need to work each week?
Q.21: How is the programme assessed?
Q.22: Can I study a PhD in Islamic Finance after the MIF?
Q.23: Do you offer any distance learning programmes?
Q.24: What weightage do you place on the various different selection criteria?
Q.25: Can I apply to the MIF before I have taken TOEFL/IELTS?
Q.26: Can I be made exempt from taking TOEFL/IELTS?
Q.27: Are there any exemptions from the requirements for the degree?
Q.28: What are the IT requirements?
Q.29: What kind of jobs/careers will the programme prepare me for?
Q.30: How do†programme graduates find their jobs?
Q.31: Will most candidates be paying for themselves or sponsored by their employers?
Q.32: How much will I need in addition to tuition fees for living in Kuala Lumpur?
Q.33: How easy is it to find accommodation in Kuala Lumpur?