In September, after seven years of working in Egypt, Mostafa Atteya enrolled in a master’s degree program in Islamic Finance at Durham University in Britain.

His tuition is almost $45,000—far more than most 31-year-old Egyptians could afford. But Atteya was an equity trader for a Cairo-based investment bank operating in the Middle East and North Africa.

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