Aga Khan Centre

The Aga Khan Centre is a place to learn and study, housing a two-level library and state of the art lecture and classrooms. 


Visit Aga Khan Centre
A far sighted view of Aga Khan Centre taken during the day time

Level one through to four of the building houses the teaching and learning spaces for IIS students, with large and smaller seminar rooms where students will have lectures and seminars as well as a student lounge for you to relax, spend time with colleagues and eat during your breaks between classes.

The (AKC) is a short walk from the halls of residence, making it impossible to be delayed by traffic for your classes! Classes led by IIS faculty are held at the Aga Khan Centre.

The building has been designed by the late Pritzker prizewinning Japanese architect Fumihiko Maki, who also designed the Delegation of the Ismaili Imamat (Ottawa, 2008) and the Aga Khan Museum (Toronto, 2014).