The 2013 Summer Programme will run from July 1-7, 2013 in London. This year's theme focuses on art, architecture and music in Muslim societies and cultures. Please check the Programme Information page for updates and more information.
The Summer Programme 2013 offers an opportunity to explore the rich historical and contemporary diversities within Muslim societies and cultures. The Programme is jointly organised by the Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations and the Centre for the Comparative Study of Muslim Societies and Cultures (Simon Fraser University). It is designed as a comprehensive and unbiased introduction to the various facets of the heritage and contemporary experiences of Muslim peoples.
This year’s programme will be divided between two days of foundational groundwork, three days of thematic sessions (music, art and architecture) and a weekend for cultural events and to explore relevant sites in London.
Please note that the programme content is subject to change.
Who Should Attend?
Teachers, journalists, lawyers, NGO professionals, administrators, business people, doctors, politicians, students, and those who work in multicultural settings or have an interest in exploring the full range of Muslim cultures.
Applicants must be 18 years or older at the time of the Programme.
||students, seniors, unemployed and AKDN members|
Proof of status is required for all individuals who apply for concessionary rates, and must be submitted prior to confirmation of admission to the course.
Past participants can also register for the concessionary fee.
The tuition fee includes all modules, extra-curricular activities and refreshments.
Participants are responsible for their own accommodation, travel to and from the venue, visa costs, textbooks, and meals.
Complete the Online Application Form on this page.
Application deadline: May 24, 2013.
Applicants requiring a VISA are encouraged to apply by
March 1, 2013.
Spaces are limited and you are encouraged to apply early.