Research supervision

The National Centre for Contemporary Islamic Studies offers research supervision across a wide range of areas such as modern Islamic thought, philosophy, politics, literature and law.

Master of Arts (Research) and Doctor of Philosophy (Arts) supervision

The National Centre for Contemporary Islamic Studies (NCCIS) offers research supervision across a wide range of areas, including modern Islamic thought, philosophy, politics, literature and law.

Prospective candidates interested in pursuing graduate research in the NCCIS are advised to contact a potential supervisor and discuss their research proposals before submitting an application. The Centre’s research focus and interests can be found here.

Master of Arts (Thesis Only) Doctor of Philosophy (Arts)

PhD Students

Current Students

Murie A. Hassan, "The Principle of Priorities: A Methodology Of Quranic Exegesis."
Commenced 2020.