MONDAY Principles of Sufism Taught by: Najah Nadi This class introduces selected aphorisms from a standard premier of Sufism, Principles of Sufism (Qawāʿid al-taṣawwuf) by the Moroccan jurist and Sufi Aḥmad ibn Zarrūq (d. 899/1493). The text is written with the objective of “introducing the principles of Sufism in a manner that integrates the sacred law (sharīʿa) with the Divine truth […]

Development Manager Vacancy

Cambridge Muslim College seeks to appoint a Development Manager to lead and manage fundraising operations at the College. The College was established in 2009 in order to develop Muslim faith leadership. Its mission is to provide world-class education, training and research based on a dialogue between the Islamic intellectual tradition and the ideas and circumstances of the modern world. Key responsibilities […]

*The conference is now fully booked. If you would like to be on the waiting list, please email Amara Siddique at as@cambridgemuslimcollege.org* Registration for Cambridge Muslim College’s first Science and Religion Conference is now open. The conference, entitled ‘What is Consciousness and Why Observers Matter in Quantum Theory’, will take place on 8 September 2017 at Trinity Hall, Cambridge. The […]

Ramadan Fundraising Update

This Ramadan, Cambridge Muslim College launched a fundraising campaign to raise £100,000. Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of many our supporters, both from the UK and beyond, we have met our goal by raising over £100,000! The College has grown in recent years with a yearly expenditure of over £500,000, so these campaign funds give us a much-needed financial boost for the next […]

Poetry Weekend (August 2017)

Outer and Inner Visions of Poetry 11 – 13 August 2017 This is a weekend programme based at Cambridge Muslim College, designed for creative writers of poetry. The programme combines writing time, discussion, and readings from different genres of poetry. A tutor will discuss poetic devices and terms using poems from Islamic literary tradition, as well as English literature. Participants […]

As part of our Ramadan Campaign 2017, the Dean of Cambridge Muslim College Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad is delivering a podcast series on the explanation of Surat Al-Zumar. These will be released throughout the month. Podcast 1 Listen to Ali Keeler’s recitation of the surah.   Podcast 2 Podcast 3 Podcast 4 Podcast 5 Podcast 6 Podcast 7 (New!)

Research Fellowship in Religion and Science Cambridge Muslim College invites applications for the post of Research Fellow to be based at the College’s facility in Cambridge, United Kingdom, for one academic year with effect from 1 September 2017. The College seeks outstanding candidates who are currently working as scientists or are engaged in scientific research and who will make a […]

Launch of Islamic Relief Scholarship

We are delighted to announce an exciting collaboration between Islamic Relief UK and Cambridge Muslim College. IRUK are generously supporting a Diploma student at CMC for 2017-18, and the student will have the chance to do a summer internship at IR upon completing the Diploma course. For more details about the scholarship, and to apply: http://www.cambridgemuslimcollege.org/programmes/diploma

CONFERENCE  ‘What is Consciousness and Why Observers Matter in Quantum Theory’   Call for Abstracts This Cambridge conference, supported by the John Templeton Foundation provides an excellent opportunity to present current research and new perspectives on consciousness and the role of the observer in fundamental physical sciences. We particularly welcome researchers working in the Foundations of Quantum Theory, the Philosophy of Physics, Neuroscience, Theology […]

This two-day programme will explore questions related to gender from the perspective of two intellectual traditions: Western liberalism and the Islamic tradition. In particular, we will highlight the underlying moral visions of these two traditions, considering such questions as: What presuppositions about human nature and the good life does it promote? What kind of human self does it seek to […]