The Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations opens its doors to prospective students for the MA in Islam in Contemporary Society .
The open day event is set to take place on July 8th, from 12.30 until 3.00, where those interested can talk to the tutors and find out about the course. The open day will take place in the School of Health and Social Studies, in Room S0.98.
The multidisciplinary taught MA involves input from the School of Law, the Department of Politics and International Studies, and the Language Centre, and explores issues such as race and Muslim politics in the UK and internationally. There is also the opportunity to take modules in French or Arabic.
Professor Muhammad Anwar from the Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations says: “This is an area of compelling political, legal and social importance, looking at societies and nation states where Islam is the religion of the majority, and countries where Muslims are a minority within that population.”
The open day will give potential students the opportunity to discuss aspects of the taught MA with the course leaders. Further information on the course will also be available.
Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 4233/4136