In 2010, the Imam Shatibi Institute was established by Al Muntada Trust, aiming to elevate Qur'anic teachings in the UK. Inspired by top scholars who had studied abroad, the Institute quickly garnered attention, drawing students nationwide, especially from London. These students were trained to recite the Qur'an with a level of expertise previously seen only in traditional Arab lands.
While the Institute has seen changes over the years, its commitment to quality Qur'anic education has remained steadfast. Expanding its influence from London to cities like Birmingham and even Scotland, it has significantly shaped Qur’anic studies in the West. As they move forward, the focus is to deepen the understanding of the Qur'an's core teachings, ensuring it's not just recited but truly internalized.