Sarajevo – Masters Scholarships in Islamic Banking at School of Economics and Business Sarajevo for the academic year 2015/2016, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosna Bank International in cooperation with Centre for Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance at School of Economics and Business Sarajevo announces this call for the award of scholarships for the academic 2015/2016 for funding master studies in the field of Islamic banking (new generation of students from Bosnia and Herzegovina).
Eligible for scholarship are students from Bosnia and Herzegovina who enrol in master studies in the field of Islamic banking at the School of Economics and Business in Sarajevo (master study organized in partnership with the Sarajevo School of Economics and Business, University of Bolton and BBI Academy, more information available at www.efsa.unsa.ba/ciebf).
The amount of scholarship will be between 30%-60% of tuition fee and will be awarded to students at the end of every academic year. All students who complete their academic obligations on time will be awarded with min. 30% of the fee, while the rest 30% will depend on their success on the programme (GPA and other criteria that are set up by BBI ban).
BBI bank has provided the special financing arrangement for financing of this study programme (tuition fees if student can’t pay them in ones (details available onwww.bbi.ba/bs/static/obrazovanje)
Candidates interested in scholarship should submit their application for study and scholarship no later than December 7, 2015, titled “Call for scholarships – Islamic Banking”, by mail or hand-delivery. The list of documents for enrolling Islamic banking master study is available on the following link: www.efsa.unsa.ba/ciebf/ba/application-and-entry-requirements
Necessary documents and application can be submitted by e-mail ([email protected]) or regular/land mail at the following address: School of Economics and Business Sarajevo, University Sarajevo, Centre for Islamic Economics, Banking and Finance, Skenderija 70/II, 71000 Sarajevo.
Any additional information can be obtained by phone +387 33 564 368 or e-mail [email protected]