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Technology and Leadership

On Monday 26th February 2018, Dr Mahmood Chandia, Senior Lecturer at the University of Central Lancashire, delivered his thought provoking lecture on Technology and Leadership.

Contemporary Trends in European Islam

On Wednesday 21st February 2018, Prof Jorgen Nielsen,from the University of Birmingham, delivered a lecture at the Markfield Institute on Contemporary trends in European Islam. He provided a comprehensive overview of the way Islam is perceived has been changing in many European societies.

Respect and Toleration in a Multicultural Society

Dr Lars Gule, Associate Professor, Oslo Metropolitan University visited the Markfield Institute of Higher Education on Wednesday 7th February 2018. He delievered a thought provoking seminar on “Respect” and “tolerance”.

Internal Research Conference (January 2018)

On Tuesday 9th January 2018, the Institute's Internal Research Conference was held. This provided a bright start to 2018 with a range of interesting papers delivered by members of academic staff, illustrative of the Institute’s vibrant research culture.

The Sagacity of the Teacher and the Desideratum for their Nurturing By Dr Imran Hussain Khan Suddahazai

On Monday 4th December, Dr Imran Suddahazai gave a public lecture at the Markfield Institute. He presented his research on the above topic.

Setting a Subject Benchmark for dar al-‘ulums in Britain?

Setting a Subject Benchmark for dar al-‘ulums in Britain?
A Day Consultation: 18th October 2017

Sufis, Salafis and Islamists: The Contested Ground of British Political Activism – by Dr Sadek Hamid

On Tuesday, 7 November 2017, Dr Sadek Hamid, a Senior Researcher at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, Oxford University, delivered an erudite, thoughtful and insightful presentation derived from the research findings of his highly acclaimed book, ‘Sufis, Salafis and Islamists: The Contested

‘Understanding and tackling the issue of extremism: A Spiritually based Diagnostic and Intervention Model’ by Dr Tariq Mahmood Awan

On Tuesday, 31 October 2017, Dr Tariq Mahmood, Lecturer at the Markfield Institute in Muslim Chaplaincy and a Muslim educator and theologian, gave an interesting and perceptive presentation at the Institute entitled: ‘Understanding and tackling the issue of extremism: A Spiritually based Diagnost


Studying the MEd course has been a life-changing experience for me. It has transformed the way I think about how I educate Islamically.
Aniqa Rashid MEd graduate

This course has helped me to appreciate the synergy and differences between Islamic and conventional finance.
Morshed Alam MA IBFM student

The Markfield Institute is great for the way it challenges me to perceive beyond my comfort zone.

Sameeha Rafiq BA Islamic Studies student