Research fellows will be highly qualified scholars holding nothing less than a post-graduate certificate in Islamic studies from a recognised institution or in most cases a doctorate, or any equivalent qualifications delineating expertise in Islamic studies. The organisation aims to ensure a high-quality learning experience through a commitment to excellence in learning and teaching, a current and stimulating learning environment and reflective, well-designed courses which supports the aspirations of the service user, the enhancement of teaching quality and the needs and aims of community.
The organisation intends on publishing a range of publications intended for specialists; such as occasional papers, monographs, editions, translations, conference proceedings and bibliographical works. All publications will go through blind-peer review process. One of the primary objectives of the organisation’s research activities is to establish itself as an important centre of Islamic studies.