Hawza Imam al-Husayn is established.
The college is established as the Islamic College for Advanced Studies (ICAS)
The publications department (ICAS Press) is established
The College offers a Hawza programme. The Department of Distance Education is launched.
The College begins its partnership with Middlesex University with the validation of a BA (Hons) Islamic Studies programme.* The College is accr
The College joins the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS).
The College retains its accreditation with BAC.
A new level of cooperation begins between the College and Middlesex University with the introduction of MA Islamic Studies.* The College offers
ICAS is renamed ‘The Islamic College’ to reflect its growing higher education course provision. MA Comparative Philosophy* is launched.
BA Muslim Cultures and Civilisations* is launched. MA Comparative Philosophy: Islam and the West (Distance Education)* is launched. Student
BA (Hons) Hawza Studies* is launched. Foundation Year in Qur’anic Arabic* is launched. MA Islamic Law* is launched. Doctorate in Profes
The College’s new campus building opens. The College is reviewed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). The College r