Muslim Chaplain

  • Hojjat Ramezanzadeh, known as Sheikh Ramzy, is the Muslim Chaplain at Oxford Brookes University.

    Born in the Middle East, Sheikh Ramzy has lived in Oxford for over 30 years. He achieved an undergraduate degree from Oxford Brookes University, and went on to complete further Islamic studies at Markfield Institute in Leicester. Sheikh Ramzy is an Islamic scholar, versed in Islamic law and jurisprudence. 

    For a number of years, Sheikh Ramzy has been working with the Muslim Council of Britain and with local, national and international religious leaders of all faiths. He established the Oxford Islamic Information Centre for the purpose of providing accurate and accessible information about Islam with a view to promoting understanding, peace and brotherhood within the local and national community.

    Sheikh Ramzy is available to any student or staff member who would like to discuss Islam - whether you share his faith or not - and he leads Friday Prayers on campus at least once a month. To contact him, please email hramezanzadeh@brookes.ac.uk.