Academy UK is a recognised educational institution. It is a UK registered establishment located at the heart of London and it provides a comprehensive service to students from all over the globe. We work alongside many reputable Universities, colleges and schools throughout the UK and are in a position to offer a variety of entry options.
For applicants who wish to enter UK Universities, but do not have a recognised qualification, we are able to offer admissions subject to certain criteria. For those applicants who do not meet these criteria, we facilitate short-term pre-university programmes such as foundation and access courses to meet entry requirements into UK universities.
In line with study programmes, we are able to introduce opportunities to students, researchers and academics to acquire scholarships, grants, post-doctorates, fellowships as well as financial aid. Some scholarships are available for students who apply through Academy UK.
Principles of Islamic Finance
Almost three decades ago, the concept of Islamic finance was considered wishful thinking.
Today, more than 700 Islamic financial institutions in 40 Countries, there are operating worldwide, estimated to be managing funds in the region of USD $1.4 Trillions. Their clientele are not confined to citizens of Muslim countries, but are spread over Europe, the United States of America and the Far East.
Muslims now have the opportunity to invest their finance according to Islamic teaching. The religion of Muslims is not just a religion; it’s a complete way of life that has a set of goals and values encompassing all aspects of human life including social, economic and political issues.
Islam is not a religion in the limited sense of the word, concerned only in man’s salvation in the life to come and hereafter; rather it is a religion that organizes life completely, particularly in Mouaamlat ( financial dealings between peoples or in modern dictionary Economic).
The body of Islamic Law is known as “Shariah”, and the exact literal translation of “Shariah” is “a clear path to be followed and observed”.
Shariah is not a codified law.