Our real-world impact is visible in the way we are shaping renewal of Islamic schools locally and internationally. A number of school are applying our research outcomes in exciting ways, and with fruitful results. Our work has influenced hundreds of young people, in and out of schools. We have engaged with, and trained, hundreds of service providers. CITE has also become the reference point for media, government and community engagement. Using factual knowledge and intercultural engagement, we are helping transform societies in positive ways.

National Project: Stimulus Paper for Australian Islamic schools

CITE, in partnership with Islamic Schools Association Australia (ISAA), are on the cusp of launching an inaugural stimulus paper for Australian Islamic schools.

The stimulus paper, to be titled: “Learners, Learning and Leading Learning: A Shared Vision for Australian Islamic Schools”, aspires to articulate what makes Islamic schooling in Australia distinct.

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Australia's First University Accredited Islamic Education Programs

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The Centre for Islamic Thought and Education is delighted to announce Australia's first University Accredited Islamic Education Programs. These programs include the Graduate Certificate in Islamic Education, the Graduate Diploma in Islamic Education and the Master of Teaching (Secondary) with a minor in Islamic Pedagogy. Focusing on Islamic Education and Islamic schools has been a signature project for the Centre of Islamic Thought and Education. These programs are taught by experienced professionals, world leaders in their field and will be able to give the students and the teachers the skills to further their career and make a difference to the future of Islamic Education.