The Cambridge Muslim College
Great British Islam • 1m 44s
For over a decade Cambridge Muslim College has been training scholars, producing academic research and developing educational programmes.
With a commitment to traditional Islamic scholarship, the College intends to be a flagship institution of which Muslims everywhere can be proud.
The Cambridge Muslim College teaches students about Muslim life, theology and practise in the British context. Their mission is to develop Muslim faith leadership through world-class education, training and research.
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