Cambridge Muslim College is again delighted to offer its five-day programme, introducing Western-trained mental health professionals to the philosophy and methodology of psychology from an Islamic perspective.  Those successfully completing the programme will be awarded a Certificate in Attendance on Islamic Approaches to Psychology & Psychotherapy. For further information and full course details, please click here: Islamic Approaches to Psychology […]

CMC appoints new lecturers

Cambridge Muslim College has appointed three full-time lecturers in Islamic Studies to teach on the College’s new Four-Year Programme, due to start at the College in September 2017 after the students’ year of Arabic in Jordan. Najah Nadi Ahmad Najah is an Azhari scholar from Egypt currently concluding her D.Phil. at the University of Oxford’s Oriental Institute. She is working […]

CMC appoints Operations Director

Cambridge Muslim College is delighted to welcome Graham McCulloch OBE as its new Operations Director. Graham took up the new role of Operations Director in January 2017. Previously, he worked for 25 years at the British Council in six countries in the Middle East and North Africa, first as Manager of the English language teaching centres then as Country Director. […]

CMC Delegation visits Moscow

Last month, CMC Dean Dr Timothy Winter, CMC Trustee Prof Lejla Demiri and CMC Research Fellow Dr Dawud Bone were invited to Moscow as part of a delegation with the Grand Mufti of Russia. They visited the Moscow Islamic University, toured the new Cathedral Mosque and met trainee imams. Dr Winter offers his reflections about the visit: bit.ly/2eMa5x7 

CMC Welcomes New Staff Members

Cambridge Muslim College is delighted to welcome two new staff members to the team: Zainab Kabba – External Programmes Officer Zainab is a PhD candidate in the Department of Education at the University of Oxford. Prior to her doctoral research, she was an Assistant Director in the Department of Global Education at Sesame Workshop, the non-profit organization behind the television […]

The symposium, attended by over 100 people, was held on 17 September at St Paul’s Church next to the College. Topics ranged from the life of Marmaduke Pickthall to Anglo-Indian engagements in the 17th century. You can access the full playlist of talks here. We would like to extend our thanks to the Nouhoudh Foundation for sponsoring the symposium, and […]

CMC is recruiting

CMC is delighted to announce that we are now recruiting for three new positions as part of the recently launched Four-Year Programme in Islamic Studies. We are inviting applications from scholars in Islamic Studies to apply. For all details, please click on the links below: Aziz Foundation Professorship in Islamic Studies Aziz Foundation Lectureship in Islamic Studies Aziz Foundation Student […]

History of British Muslims Symposium

Cambridge Muslim College is pleased to announce the programme for the forthcoming symposium on the history of British Muslims on 17 September 2016 . The conference programme can be viewed here. Please note that the programme has been changed in that the whole schedule has been moved to an hour earlier. The programme will now be starting at 8.30am. We are […]

Two new positions at CMC

Cambridge Muslim College invites applications for two new posts: Communications and Outreach officer and External Programmes officer.   The adverts for both positions are available on our vacancies page. Both roles will contribute to Cambridge Muslim College’s growth as we expand our activities and enter into a new phase of the College’s development.  

CMC Newsletter – June 2016

Our latest newsletter has just been published, featuring updates on our Diploma and the College’s exciting new Four-Year Programme, together with news from students, staff, and coverage of recent milestones in the College’s path to ongoing growth and expansion. CMC Newsletter – June 2016/ Ramadan 1437