Recitation of the Holy Qur’an is highly recommended by Allah (SWT) and His Holy Prophet Muhammad (S). Read more…
Today, hadith books are taken for granted, but, in the first century after the Prophet (S), it was by no means certain that the Prophet’s words would be transcribed. Why were the early Muslims so ambivalent about recording the hadith, and did the ban on writing hadith mean that no hadith manuscripts survived? Read more…
Thursday 22 February 2018 – 6:00 pm
Religious Diversity and Interreligious Dialogue Read more…
Thursday 18 January 2018
Humour in Islam and Muslim Civilisation Read more…
This course is limited to 15 seats and will be held on Tuesdays & Fridays 18:30-20:30. The starting date is 16th of January 2018. Registration is Mandatory and beginners are welcome. (Age 16+)
Fees: £220 (Limited scholarship is available)
Tuesday 12th December – 5:00 pm
Taḥrīf (distortion) of the Qur’an in Shiʿi and Sunni traditions
A universal role model and a mercy for mankind
Are you considering the possibility of taking a university degree in Islamic Studies?
The Islamic College is pleased to announce new taster courses to give you a taste of what to expect, should you decide to take up the challenge of studying Islam at an academic level. Read more…
The Islamic College | 5-6 May 2018
The Islamic College invites abstracts for its Annual Conference specialising in the growing field of Shi‘i Studies.
Registration is closed for this event
The Islamic College invites you to participate in a book reading competition.
The competition is aimed at celebrating the life and legacy of the Noble Prophet of Islam Muhammad(s) as a part of the event to mark the auspicious occasion of Milad un-Nabi.