Arabic, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (AIMES) at Leeds ranked first by subject in 2016/17 National Student Survey among institutions for which data is available.
Professor Smith, a visiting scholar in AIMES, wins the prestigious award.
MA course in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies course achieved 100% overall student satisfaction.
The Center was officially launched on 02 October 2017 in al-Ghaydhah, Yemen.
This interdisciplinary project addresses the significance of local languages in valuing and conserving biodiversity in Southern Arabia.
Our warmest congratulations to Dr Sheikh on the Publication of his new book "A Treasury of Ibn Taymiyyah: His Timeless Thought and Wisdom"
The new Short Film Prize in Digital Creativity, established by the Cultural Institute, is encouraging student filmmakers to showcase some of its ground-breaking research into creativity.
The project examines the symbiotic relationship between local languages and nature in Southern & Eastern Arabia.
Programme and Book of Abstracts now available for the conference taking place in March.