Congratulations to all CAIS students graduating in July

Congratulations to all CAIS students graduating in July
Zoe Halstead
Thursday 18 July 2019

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.

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