Master in Law and Financial Transactions
KILAW offers a Master in Law and Financial Transactions upon the following rules:
1- The program’s objective:
Prepare and train the holders of law, sharia, finance, accounting, economics and similar degrees, to reach an outstanding level of academic and practical experience, through the study of the pragmatic interaction between these interrelated disciplines within the scope of modern financial processes and services.
2- Admission’s Conditions:
> A bachelor degree in law, finance, economics, accounting, shariaa, or equivalent, with a minimum result (very good) or a total GPA of 2.67 in the 4 points GPA system, or equivalent.
> Passing the English placement test.
> Passing the English foundation program during an academic semester.
> Passing the foundation course or courses in the fundamentals of law during the English foundation program for those who do not hold an LLB degree in law, in order to be able to continue their study in the same period of time.
3- Conditions for obtaining the Master’s program:
> Completing 24 study credits with a minimum GPA of 2.67, including 7 study courses, in addition to the graduation project, and each is equivalent to 3 credits.
> Obtaining the total GPA of 2.67.
> The graduation project should have a practical aspect, should be 50 to 60 pages long and should include the academic study of the practical theory covered by the project.
Applications should be submitted at KILAW’s Campus