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MA in Islam in Contemporary Societies Consultation/Open Day

The event will take place as follows: 

            Date:            Tuesday 8th July 2008

            Time:            12.30pm (starting with lunch) to 3.00pm

            Venue:          School of Health and Social Studies, Social Studies Building,

                                  Room S0.98, The University of Warwick

This is a new multidisciplinary taught MA convened by the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations in the School of Health and Social Studies ( SHSS) and involving the School of Law, Department of Politics and International Studies, and the Language Centre. This is an area of compelling political, legal and social importance that encompasses societies and nation states where Islam is the religion of the majority of the population and also countries where Muslims are a minority within the population.  The students will take courses on Issues of Islam in Contemporary Societies, Introduction to Islamic Law, Political Economy and International Politics of the Islamic World. There is also the option of choosing either French or Arabic at the Language Centre. The MA in Islam in Contemporary Societies may be taken full-time over one year or part-time over two years.  For further information please see

This event will also give you the opportunity to become better acquainted with our postgraduate programme and to discuss the advantages of organisations sending their staff on this course.   Further information about the MA will be available on the day and lecturers will be present for consultation. 

Please contact Jas Bains (email: or tel: 024 76574233/024 76574136) to book your place as soon as possible.