Imam and Muslim chaplain
What is a Chaplaincy?
A Chaplaincy is inclusive of the University team that offers support as part of a holistic care.
What is a Chaplain?
A Chaplain is appointed by the University to offer pastoral, religious, spiritual, moral and social support for students, staff and visitors.
At DMU, the Muslim Chaplain is also the Imam.
The Working Muslim in Ramadan
Imam can support:
- Assist in finding the correct course for students and providing information of University services to enhance student experience. Support is offered on DMU Open Days and by Emails.
- Support is provided initially during Welcome Week, International Week and Freshers to settle into your home and community, and throughout your time.
- Learn about faith and support for your faith journey.
- Spiritual guidance, counselling and prayer support, as well as a place of safety and/or prayer.
- Pastoral and practical support for life issues, such as money and debt, relationships, stress, health, illness, bereavement, etc.
- Understand the value of your work and its spiritual significance, also work, timetabling and deadlines.
- Assist in Employability in conjunction with Unitemps, Frontrunners, DMU Graduate Internships, DMU Global, DMU Local and DMU Square Mile India.
- Become an Alumnus and ambassador for the University.
- Peace which can utilised for the life ahead.