"I+I+I. Islam, Islamism(s) and Islamophobia in the Modern World" is a Specialist Diploma which provides students with a broad and solid foundation in Islam in the Modern World, including both Arab and European Worlds, starting with an introduction to Classical Islam.
The University of Granada, in collaboration with the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies and the Moroccan Mominoun Without Borders Foundation, offer the Specialist Diploma "I+I+I. Islam, Islamism(s) and Islamophobia in the Modern World" within the framework of the Chair of Studies in Islamic Civilization and Renewal of Religious Thought.
The Diploma -30 ECTS credits and 750 hours of work- will be taught at the Euro-Arab Foundation's headquarters, from February, 18, till May, 20, 2016.
Registration period: From November, 11, 2015, till February, 15, 2016, at the International School of Postgraduate Studies of the University of Granada.
Schedule: From Monday till Thursday, from 17h00 to 19h30, at the headquarters of the Euro-Arab Foundation for Higher Studies (27 San Jerónimo St., 18001, Granada)
Languages: Lectures will be taught in Spanish language. However, bibliography in English and French will be used, which requires reading skills of academic texts in those three languages.
Registration fees: 727,37 € divided into two installments: 1st) 436,43€, till December, 14, 2015; 2nd) 290,94 €, from 1 to 26 February, 2016.
The study of a Specialist Diploma on the subject of Islam, Islamism(s) and Islamophobia is completely justified, specially nowadays where the world is currently witnessing more radical attitudes and points of view and more rooted-stereotypes among groups of people. Consequently, a thorough and deep understanding of the knowledge imparted among the diploma seems to be one of the most appropriate means to achieve the proposed goals, which are: relativize stereotypes, eliminate created fears and fight against Islamophobia through minimizing its effects.