After two years of classes preparing for entrance examinations to the French “Grandes Ecoles” at the secondary school Al-Khansa in Casablanca, he holds a Bachelor degree in Economics and Management (2010), and then he holds Master in Finance (2012) at the University Jean-MONNET in Saint-Etienne. He completed an internship of three months as an Assistant Management Controller. He also pursued a second Master in Market Finance and Risk Analysis at the University Montpellier 1.
He chooses the Master in Islamic Finance in order to understand this banking industry and possibly do the research on this issue. He speaks Arabic, French and English.
Hold a Bachelor degree in French and International Accounting Standards at the University of Ibn Tofail Kenitra (Morocco), a Master finance control at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne and a Master in Control management and audit in (Institut d’administration des enterprises/Etudes supérieures en Management de Metz) – Lorraine university.
He completed internships as part of its training especially in the area of accounting, management control in France (Paris, Metz). He chose the Master Islamic Finance to consolidate its knowledge in corporate finance with Islamic finance and have more opportunities in the future.
Arabic (Native), French (Fluent), English (Intermediate).
Eve took a legal course at the University of Strasbourg and obtained a license and a degree in private law. She joined the Master 2 Islamic finance to gain a solid knowledge of Islamic finance. At the end of this training, she wants to do an internship in an Islamic bank or microfinance institution in Senegal. Her thesis focuses on the development of Islamic finance in West Africa. She speaks French, English and a little German.
Mohcin has a Master 2 in banking law and financial markets from the University of Lyon III-Jean Moulin. He did for five-month internship in the legal department of CIC Lyonnaise de Banque. He is currently in Master 2 Islamic Finance at the University of Strasbourg, and he wants to become a Business Lawyer, particularly in the area of Islamic finance. He speaks English, Arabic, and German.
Nefeli Roupakia has obtained a B.A in Law and European Studies and a Master’s degree in International and European law at the University of Strasbourg and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in Islamic Finance . She has interned at the Directorate General of Home affairs of the European Commission (Brussels, Belgium) , in the legal department of CCC, a major middle-eastern construction company, in Athens ( CCC Offshore Athens, Greece) and London ( CCC Oil and Gas, UK), and in major Greek Law Firms dealing with international private law , privatizations ,public procurement law , banking law and EU competition law. Additionally she has chaired numerous international students’ simulations. Among others she has chaired at the Model NATO Youth Summit (chair of the NATO-Russia Council for two successive years, Brussels Belgium), at the Saint Petersburg International Model United Nations ( chair of the Human Rights Committee, Saint Petersburg, Russia) and at the Belgrade Model European Union ( chair of the European Parliament, Belgrade, Serbia). She is fluent in French , English and Greek and has a good mastery of Italian. Finally she would like to pursue a career as a lawyer in Islamic Banking or in the Oil and Gas industry.
Sadia has a BTS Industrial Electronics, Law Degree in Legal and Administrative Sciences and a Certificate of professional aptitude for the profession of lawyer (CAPA) at the University of Algiers, Master1 in Business Law (University of Paris). She had an internship at Al Baraka Bank Algeria. Currently she is a student at the University of Strasbourg in Master2 Islamic Finance.
Safae has legal training. She holds a degree in private law at the university of Mohamed 5 Agdal in Morocco in 2011 and a master one business law at the university law and health Lille II in 2013.
She has done some internships at law firms in Tangier in Morocco in 2010 and 2011. She mastered Arabic, French and a good knowledge of Spanish and English.
He holds a Master in Economic Policy and Analysis and a Master in Management Training, Accounting and Finance option, he joined the Master Islamic finance because it is an area that interests him and where he would like to work.
He speaks English, French, Wolof (mother tongue) and I have notions in Arabic
Tener mostly received a lawyer formation. In 2011, he got his B.A in Law at the University of Paris Est Creteil. Between 2011 and 2013, he studied international law and european law to get his M.A in International and European Law, in 2013, at the University of Paris Est Creteil. He decided to change his specialty by choosing Islamic Finance. He wants to become lawyer in islamic finance for an islamic bank or any institution specialized in islamic finance.