External Programmes support the dissemination of the College’s work and build relationships with the local public, as well as national and international partners. This is accomplished by developing and implementing educational programmes that contribute to developing faith and thought leadership related to Islam and modernity, as well as literacy around Islam and Muslim practices.

We have a considerable and diverse audience and therefore aim to provide educational programmes and services that are of high quality and relevant to the needs of each audience base. Our programmes are developed with our current academic faculty as well as through collaborations with leading experts in their fields, both nationally and internationally.

2018 Programmes

Evening & Weekend Classes (20 January – 29 March 2018)

Islamic Approaches to Psychology and Psychotherapy  8 – 13 April 2018

Creating Islamic Geometric Patterns with Modular Systems I (April 2018)

Creating Islamic Geometric Patterns with Modular Systems II (July 2018)

Previous Programmes

Islamic Approaches to Psychology and Psychotherapy – April 2017

Competing Moral Visions? Liberalism, Feminism and Islamic Tradition – May 2017

Poetry Weekend: Outer and Inner Visions of Poetry August 2017

Evening & Weekend Classes – Autumn Term 2017

Considering Critical and Traditional Engagements with Hadīth  October 2017