The Cambridge Muslim College was very pleased to welcome Professor Aisha al Mannai recently, who spoke to the Diploma students about her experiences as a religious leader in interfaith work. Prof. Aisha Yousef Al-Mannai is the Director of Mohammed Bin Hamad Center for Muslim Contribution to Civilization at the Qatar Foundation and the first female Dean of the College of […]
For the 2013-14 academic year, the College welcomes as its two Research Fellows Shaykh Abdur-Rahman Mangera and Dr Michael (Muhammad As’ad) Berdine. See here for their brief biographies and research projects.
The College is delighted to announce details of its Public Lecture Programme for the Autumn term 2013. On Wednesday 30 October, 6.30pm, the Cambridge Muslim College will host the launch of Haroon (Michael) Sugich’s book ‘Signs on the Horizons’. Further details here. On Wednesday 6 November, 6.30pm, again at the Cambridge Muslim College, there will be a lecture by Mehmet […]
The Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to launch its updated website. This has several additional features, including an expanded section on the Diploma, a section for testimonials, and fuller details of ways to support the College. We hope that users will find the new layout easier to navigate.
The College welcomes Dr Abdulaziz Brown to the post of Development Officer. Abdulaziz has a BA in History (St. Hugh’s College, Oxford), an MA in African & Asian History (School of Oriental & African Studies, University of London) and a PhD (Faculty of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge) for which he submitted a thesis on Morocco’s relations with Europe […]
The College said farewell to Dr Muhammad As’ad, Principal from 2009 to 2013, who retired on 31 August. Dr As’ad gave a valedictory speech at the Graduation Ceremony at which students, alumni, lecturers and trustees were present to thank him for his four years of service. Dr As’ad not only led the College as Principal since its inception, but also […]
The College’s fourth Graduation Ceremony took place at the Kaetsu Centre, Cambridge, where families and invited guests celebrated the achievements of the year’s 14 Diploma graduates. The programme included speeches from Sh. Abdal Hakim Murad, Professor M.A.S. Abdel Haleem and Sufi poet Paul Sutherland (Abdul Wadud).
The College had the pleasure of hosting a Belgian TV crew for a day in July. The short documentary that was subsequently broadcast can be viewed here.
The Cambridge Muslim College has been accredited by the British Accreditation Council for Independent Further and Higher Education. The British Accreditation Council (BAC) accreditation is a globally recognised mark of quality acheived through an objective, detailed audit of the College’s processes, policies and systems.
The College is delighted to announce that Professor M.A.S Abdel Haleem OBE has agreed to join the Board of Trustees. Professor Abdel Haleem, who is Director of the Centre of Islamic Studies at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), writes “I have always admired the great effort that went into the creation and running of the Muslim College […]