This course is an intensive, interdisciplinary programme which aims to bring together various intellectual and cultural perspectives in a dynamic learning environment, the main purpose of the course is to investigate and understand the diversity and complexity of Muslim cultures, including the goal of studying Muslim cultures as an integral part of world history including art, architecture, languages, literature, development studies, comparative religion, law, ethics, and the history of ideas.
Core modules: Muslim Societies in a Changing World; Research Methods in the Social Sciences & Humanities I; Research Methods in the Social Sciences & Humanities II; Language I: Arabic I OR Persian I; Language II: Arabic II OR Persian II; Thesis.
Assessment includes essays, student presentations, reflective papers and a dissertation.
An undergraduate degree (equivalent to a UK bachelor’s degree), from an accredited/recognised university, preferably in the humanities or social sciences; Evidence of English language proficiency: IELTS overall band score: 6.5 (with a minimum of 5.5 in all 4 components).
Fees and funding
|Northern Ireland||£11,944||Year 1|
Additional fee information
Through its Financial Assistance Programme, the University ensures that no individual be denied entry because of inability to pay tuition, living expenses and other costs. Assistance will be provided through loans or scholarships to supplement personal resources. This is based upon the evaluation of a student's need from financial data provided. Unless otherwise stated, every student is expected to make some contribution towards fees, accommodation or subsistence.