CES students will be graduating on Friday 19th January 2018 (this will particularly affect Masters students 2016/17 but also some Research and Undergraduate students). More details can be found on the Graduation Website.
The Centre for Education Studies will be holding a reception for our students (and their families) who are graduating, immediately after the graduation ceremony. There is no charge to attend but only students who have registered will be admitted. If you would like to attend then please complete the form HERE.
A finger food buffett will be provided but unfortunately we are unable to accommodate any special diets (there will be vegetarian options available). The deadline for completing the form is 7th January 2018 - please note that we are unable to add people after that time for catering purposes.
Has the US President played into the hands of extremists? Expert comment from Dr Abdullah Sahin
Reader in Islamic Education Dr Abdullah Sahin expresses concern at the "reckless" re-tweeting of far-right material by the US President. Read more
Dr Abdullah Sahin acting as guest editor for Journal of Religions
Dr Abdullah Sahin will be acting as guest editor for the open access journal 'Religions'.
This special edition will be on Islamic Education in Contemporary World: traditions, rearticulations & transformation
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Dr Abdullah Sahin invited as a key note speaker at the 3rd International Conference on Education in Muslim Societies
Dr Abdullah Sahin was invited as a key note speaker at the 3rd International Conference on Education in Muslim Societies, organized by UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, 25/26 October 2017. There were more than 500 participants and there was great interest in Islamic Education at Warwick.
The Revd Dr Greg Smith (CES Research Associate) and the Revd Canon Professor Leslie J Francis visit Salisbury to enhance public engagement and impact
This week Greg and Leslie are spending three days at Sarum College, adjacent to Salisbury Cathedral, working with curates and their training incumbents in order to engage the primary user communities with the outcomes of the research and with the implications for practice.
Greg completed his doctorate in CES on the educational and training relationship between curates and their training incumbents - the way in which Anglican clergy undertake years 4 thru 7 of their initial professional education. The dissertation has now been reshaped for a book.