"Bangor Business School provided me with a solid academic grounding in economics and business. What I learned at Bangor I still use today in my position as Chief UK Economist at Deutsche Bank in London. What I learnt at Bangor set me up for life."
Dr. George Buckley, Chief UK Economist, Deutsche Bank, London
Bangor Business School's Islamic Banking and Finance MBA is designed to equip executives with the specialist knowledge required for professional development in the international finance sector.
Research Assessment Exercise (RAE)
The MBA aims to develop executives who will progress quickly to senior management positions in institutions that transact banking business on Islamic principles.
- In the most recent Research Assessment Exercise (RAE), Bangor Business School was rated as the best in the UK for the quality of staff research in the areas of Accounting and Finance.
- An impressive 93% satisfaction rating was given by Bangor Business School students in a recent National Students Survey.
- Bangor Business School’s top researchers and senior staff, who were responsible for achieving the No. 1 position in the UK for Finance and Accounting research, also teach on masters and bachelor programmes.
- The school enjoys an international reputation for research in Banking, Finance, Financial Economics and Econometrics.
Study a specialised MBA for the new world
- Organisations and People
- Management Research:
- Islamic Finance:
- Islamic Banking
- International Banking
- Strategic Management
- Marketing Financial Services
- Islamic Accounting and Financial Reporting: Contemporary Issues in Management
- Banking and Development
An MBA with an outstanding return on investment
- Compare that to the average cost of an MBA in the UK of £33, 000 (Cranfield Business School) or an MBA in Europe (61, 000 euros).
- The Bangor MBA investment is usually paid off within one year of graduation based on increased employment opportunities and or pay increases.