CAIS staff wish to congratulate all the graduating students and wish them the very best for the future.
Higher Degrees by Research (PhD)
Dr Katlyn Quenzer has been awarded a PhD for the completion of her research on the topic: 'Writing the Resistance: A Palestinian Intellectual History, 1967-1974'.
Master of Middle East and Central Asian Studies (MMECAS)
James Turner (left) graduated with an MMECAS (Advanced) and a Diploma of Languages in Arabic. His research topic for the MMECAS (Advanced) was 'Al-Wala’ wa-l-Bara’ and the Salafi Conception of the Umma'.
Sofia Connelly also graduated with an MMECAS (Advanced). Her sub-thesis was a study of the impact of the Arab Spring in Jordan.
Graduating with an MMECAS were Ge Bai and Sarah Macneil-Brown.
Other Postgraduate Degrees
Charbel El-Khaissi was awarded a Master of General and Applied Linguistics (Advanced) with an Arabic Specialisation.
Rhian White completed a Graduate Diploma in Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies.
Bachelor of Middle Eastern and Central Asian Studies (BMECAS)
Graduating with a BMECAS were: Rashna Farrukh (with a BA), Zoe Halstead (with a BA), Brynn Perkins (with Law), Joshua Stevenson and D'Arcy Taylor.
Bachelor of Languages
Mathew Holcombe was awarded a Double Degree Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Languages. His degree included a major in Arabic and a minor in Persian.
Belinda Kyatt was awarded a Double Degree Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Languages with a Major in Arabic.
Sebastian L'Estrange Nicolson was awarded a Bachelor of Languages with a Major in Arabic.