About the university
The Islamic College represents a fusion of the classical with the modern. It was founded in 1998 to promote a new approach to the study of Islam and Muslims by providing a unique ‘insider’s perspective’ on Islam and fostering a non-sectarian outlook. The College is fast becoming an important academic centre for Islamic studies: it offers fully validated degrees at both the undergraduate and postgraduate levels, and has to date published more than forty major texts in the field of Islamic studies and a quarterly academic journal. It is also a multi-faceted institution, offering certificate level courses in practical Islamic subjects, such as Qur’anic Arabic and Islamic Banking, not to mention having just launched a momentous new programme to train Muslim scholars for the West. The Islamic College is one of the few Muslim institutions in the West today able to boast such an impressive contribution to the study and future of Islam.
Academic licenses granted by the university:
CERT HE IN QUR’ANIC ARABIC
BA Islamic Studies
BA Hawza Studies
MA Islamic Studies
MA Islamic Law
MA Islamic Studies – DE
MA Islamic Law – DE
Foundation Courses (Independent Study Programmes) – DE
Arabic Language Course
Admission and Requirements.
Stages of Enrolment
The Islamic College provides students appropriate guidance and support throughout their contact with the college based on the following stages highlighted through the flow chart:
1- Research and Application Stage
2- Offer Stage
3- Enrolment Stage
Fees structure and details
Tuition fees and registration
College fees are published annually.
Tuition fees may be paid in cash, by Sterling cheque, Postal Order or any recognised credit card.
Students will only be registered when they have completed the Financial Agreement Form and paid their dues. If Students do not pay their installment in time they may be removed from the course.
Fees may be revised at the beginning of each academic year for new starters.
Registration and payment of tuition fee does not bind the College to enter the student for any
Students may delay their entry onto the course after confirming their acceptance of the offer for a period of one year. After the expiry of this period, students will need to make a new application.
Students are responsible for informing the College of any changes in personal details. The College will not be held responsible for any difficulties or problems arising out of failure to do this.
A continuation fee is charged from students, for the extension of studies beyond the 1 year full time and 2 years part time duration.
Additional costs There are no other additional costs attached to the programme other than the fees specified in the section on fees at the beginning of this report
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