Research Centres

Critical and scientific study of ‘Islam’ and Muslim communities and societies in conjunction with other religious and faith traditions and groups and non-religion lie at the centre of the College’s vision and mission. Therefore, we are very keen to produce novel knowledge in this regard through developing and establishing new research centres. The Centre for the Study of Islamic Diversity, Education and Ethics is the first centre of this new development.

We will begin to employ new senior and junior research fellows in due course.  Funding will only be available to the staff and fellows of the Centre. However, any partner university with whom we establish a postgraduate validation agreement may also have access to this funding if they wish to contribute to our research projects.

We are also keen to host visiting scholars conducting research in these fields, who will benefit from our outstanding library on Islam and Muslims, as well as the other resources we have to offer.