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Yes. The Madina Institute views Islamic education as a priority for all Muslims and as such will ensure that sisters are comfortable and feel welcome at our institute.
Yes. Students with families may find it feasible to study at the Madina Institute, and we can assist those coming from out of town in housing and other accommodations required upon acceptance into the program. Students from countries like the US & UK will find that the cost of living is considerably lower than their home countries. Private schools, day care & parks are readily available in the suburb areas. And there are many religious and leisure activities in Cape Town to keep the family happy & busy! Bear in mind though that it is a Full-Time Intensive program and requires a great deal of focus, dedication and study time at home to really get the most out of it.
More information on this coming soon, insha’Allah.
Please fill in the “Financial assistance” section of the bursary form and submit with all supporting documentation.
Yes. You will find that the courses begin from the Beginner’s Level, but they progress quickly and continuously draw upon lessons previously learned in order to review, strengthen and percolate the information covered over the year, so as to take a student to an advanced level of education quite quickly. Do keep in mind that Arabic is taught every day, and the program requires a great deal of maturity, focus and dedication outside of the classroom so that students can read, review and consolidate their knowledge to the fullest degree.
To get the most out of the program, it is also strongly recommended that one should take some time to enroll in basic level courses in one’s community or online to get an introduction to Arabic, Fiqh & ‘Aqidah. Having this basis will greatly prepare you for the more advanced level classes to come at the Madina Institute.
– Ashari / Maturidi / Non-Anthropomorphist Ath’ari
– Shaafi / Hanafi / Maliki / Hanafi
No, there is no Part-Time program in the Usul-ud-Din program, however local community members in Cape Town are free to attend classes whenever they like (provided they sign the welcome register and abide by Madina’s code of conduct). All classes are taught on-campus, so that students get the fullest, richest in-person experience “sitting at the feet” of the ‘ulema, as has been the traditional method of study for centuries. Madina Institute also offers enrichment seminars and courses on evenings and weekends.
Our Distance Learning program is still being developed – watch this space for updates!
Unfortunately we do not offer accommodation.
Tuition Fees for the year are ZAR 36,000 (or ZAR 3,000 per month). Text books are not included in this fee.
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Lectures will start at 7h30 and end at 15h30 Mondays to Thursdays. Fridays run from 7h30 – Jumu’ah. Saturdays run from 09h00 – 13h00.
The starting date for the One Year Foundational Scholarship of Islamic Sciences program will commence in 17 January 2018.
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