Student-Led Internships
Details about the CASAW Student-Led Internship Programme, including the application process and deadlines.

MSc Programmes Available
There are two Masters degrees dedicated to the intensive study of the Arabic language.

Teacher Training
The Centre is running a 2-day intensive CPD training course for Arabic language teachers.

Research Publications
CASAW Fellows, Staff and Students have published widely in academic papers and books.

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CASAW researchers and educators based in Edinburgh, Durham and Manchester working in humanities and social science disciplines.
CASAW research networks and publications covering important themes concerning the Arab world in transition.
Opportunities for research network and student-led internship placements for students and recent graduates at UK higher education institutions.
Arabic Language Training
CASAW’s renowned Arabic language training resources.
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Internship Opportunity: Banipal Magazine and Banipal Trust for Arab Literature, based in London

A three month internship opportunity with Banipal magazine, the internationally renowned magazine of contemporary literature from the Arab world (in English translation), and the Banipal Trust for Arab Literature, which supports and promotes the translation of literary works by Arab authors, in particular with BALMAL, the Banipal Arab British Centre Library of Modern Arab Literature, and the Saif Ghobash Banipal Prize for Arabic Literary Translation.

For more information, please visit our internship section: Banipal Internship 2015


CASAW Partners

The Centre is a collaboration between the University of Edinburgh, Durham University and the University of Manchester.


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