A carefully designed prepatory course serving as a pathway to more advanced Alimiyya level studies.
Units covered on this intermediate year three course:
An insight into the comprehensive system codified by great Islamic jurists.
A study of one of the most important collections of ahadith.
Learn how hadith are compiled, categorised, authenticated, and narrated.
Study of the outer and inner characteristics of the final Messenger of Allah ﷺ.
Learn how to think critically, identify flawed arguments, and much more.
Connect yourself back to your holy Book.
Learn classical Arabic grammar using proven methods and contemporary techniques.
Quickly and efficiently maximise the amount of Arabic vocabulary you know.
Master Classes from qualified teachers
Shaykh Muhammad Yaseen is the co-founder of the ISNAD Institute, where he is the Education Lead.
Shaykh Yaseen developed an interest in acquiring the traditional Islamic Sciences. This enthusiasm led him to Syria in 2001, where he studied Arabic at the University of Damascus.
Upon returning to England, Shaykh Yaseen enrolled onto the esteemed Dars al-Nizami taught by Shaykh Rasul Baksh Sa’idi and Mufti Yar Muhammad Khan.
Shaykh Muhammad Yaseen is currently leading the children and adult education initiative at the ISNAD Institute. He also leads a weekly dhikr gathering at the Ward-End Zawiyah.
Shaykh Adnaan Raja is the co-founder of the ISNAD Institute, where he is the Curriculum Director. He is also the Course Leader for Linguistic Studies at the Institute for Leadership, Birmingham.
Beginning his studies in 2007 - under the tutelage of Shaykh Muhammad Yaseen - Shaykh Adnaan quickly developed into a serious student of the sacred knowledge, furthering his studies with Shaykh Mufti Yar Muhammad Khan, and then with the late and great erudite scholar, Allamah Shaykh Ghulam Muhammad Tonswi.
Shaykh Adnaan has translated many notable works from Arabic into English and is currently studying MA Applied Linguistics at the University of Birmingham.
Shaykh Waseem Ahmed, originally from Sheffield, is the co-founder of both ISNAD Institute and Guidance Hub.
After spending six intensive years in Syria, where he sat at the feet of some of the foremost scholars of Damascus, Shaykh Waseem returned to the UK in 2012 and immediately began disseminating the sacred knowledge which he had acquired.
A graduate of the prestigious Dawli Institute for Arabic and Islamic Sciences, Shaykh Waseem Ahmed is a distinguished scholar, whose affable and charismatic approach has benefited scores of people from all walks of life.
Shaykh Waseem currently resides in Manchester.
Shaykha Noshin Gul, originally from Birmingham, is the founder of the Sacred Vows Introduction Service, as well as the co-founder of both ISNAD Institute.
After completing postgraduate studies in 2005, she travelled to Syria in the pursuit of authentic traditional sacred knowledge.
Spending two years in Damascus, Shaykha Noshin studied Arabic, Theology, Hadith, Legal Theory, and specialised in Tajweed, where she was granted ijaza in teaching by late Shaykh Abul Hasan Al-Kurdi, as well as Shaykh Muhammad al-Yaqoubi.
Shaykha Noshin currently lectures at the ISNAD Institute, whilst leading the education initiative at the Guidance Hub.
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Please note, the cost of £250 covers a three term year, split over 30 weeks.
Will be available after the early bird promotion expires on August 17th.
I have enjoyed my time learning with the ISNAD Institute, as it has allowed me to keep in touch with my Islamic studies at a comfortable pace. The course has inspired me... Iram, Purification of the Heart
Excellent course. Inspiring and motivational. Makes you reflect and helps you make a change. Fatimah, Arabic
It was an awesome experience, I made new frieds and really formed a spiritual attachment with the teachers... Javeria, Islamic Sciences Programme
This course is ideal for those wanting a flexible and relevant part-time programme studying classical Islamic Sciences.
Only by studying the sacred knowledge may we become more conscious of Allah (taqwa), precisely emulate the exemplar of the Prophet ﷺ, and follow in the footsteps of the righteous scholars ('Ulema).
Study with some of the most renowned and accomplished teachers in the UK.
The aim of this course is to produce future scholars and leaders who will serve the Muslim community with excellence and sincerity.
The Alstom Building, Leigh Rd, Birmingham, B8 2YH
This course is also available in Manchester with Guidance Hub.