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The Alimiyyah Programme comprises of three self-contained components that can combine towards the classification of an Islamic Scholarship Degree. The programme of study is part-time and designed to be accommodating for those already enrolled in study programmes as well as working professionals. This course of study is ideal for those individuals who want to maintain a positive work-life balance whilst presenting a dedication towards furthering their knowledge of the Islamic sciences. The programme is based on the Dars al-Nizami curriculum (a curriculum taught in majority of the Madaris across the world), however, necessary adjustments have been made to modify the learning experience to accommodate the needs of the learner and ensure the programme is relevant and current. The lessons are delivered through the English and Arabic medium.
The Islamic Scholarship Degree aims to equip learners with the necessary knowledge and skills to thrive in a modern multicultural society whilst remaining true to Islam with integrity and God-consciousness. Nusratul Islam Masjid & Islamic Centre wishes to produce righteous scholars who are knowledgeable in the Islamic tradition.
Upon the successful completion of all three components, learners will receive their licence in Islamic Scholarship (Shahadah Al-‘Alimiyyah). They will have acquired an in-depth knowledge into the Islamic sciences and gained the competence and skills to work within their communities as teachers, mentors, activists, leaders & Imams.
Each component is an independant course, which can be taken individually. Each course has its unique focuses & outcomes. Learners who wish to progress further may enrol onto the next course.
The aim of this course is to equip the learner with the ability to read, write, speak and understand Arabic.
Comprehensive Islamic Studies
The aim of this component is to provide learners with a comprehensive knowledge base on Islamic sciences centred on classical Arabic texts.
This component aims to provide learners with in-depth, detailed and advanced scholarship of the Islamic intellectual tradition.
To learn more about the Programme and its components please watch the Open Day.