Alim Class

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Introduction To The Programme

This prospectus aims to provide you with valuable information about the Adult Alim Course, giving in-depth details on the aims and objectives, structure, syllabus, and outcomes of the course.

The Adult Alim Course is a 6 year programme which aims to equip students with the sacred knowledge of Islam from the Blessed Quran & Sunnah. The acquisition of this knowledge will enable a student to live his daily life as a Muslim.

Students will learn the vocabulary, grammar, and comprehension of the Arabic language, through the medium of the Blessed Quran & Ahaadith.

Students will also learn how to read and write Arabic correctly. Students will also acquire a sound understanding of the Quranic sciences, as well as a sound understanding on the science of Hadith.

This 6 year programme is a degree in Islamic Study (BA Honours in Islamic Theology).

Upon completion, students will become Islamic scholars and Imams of their community. The course requires pupils to be assessed in a variety of ways, including examinations, written -assessment and oral tests. The course will comprise of generic key skills found within Western academic studies, including:

• Chronology
• Knowledge and Understanding
• Historical Interpretation
• Organisation and Communication

Principle’s Statement

Assalaamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu.

We glorify Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala) and ask blessings and salutations of peace for the Last Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam).

It is a reality that Islam is the sole guarantee of peace and happiness in the present modern materialistic society. Above all, the unrestricted worldly competitions are growing so fast that it tends to get more difficult to protect our Imaan, Aqeedah and Akhlaq in an immoral cultural environment like ours.

We must prepare our community to overcome these challenges and all those coming in the future.

The 16+ Alim Course is going from strength to strength. By embarking on 6 year Alim Course at Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia, students will study the Sacred knowledge of the Blessed Quran and Sunnah; thereby empowering themselves to become responsible members of the community, Imams of Masaajid, scholars of Islam and leaders of the Muslim Ummah Insha Allah.

Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia strives to provide quality Islamic education: Tafseer, Hadith, Fiqh, Islamic Theology, etc, in order to make people responsible for the society and a means of guidance for the Akhirah.

Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia, Alhamdulillah, have qualified, diligent, compassionate and enthusiastic staff. We are constantly exploring how learning can be made more momentous, pleasurable and enriched by a variety of learning experiences so that with quality teaching, the best standards possible can be achieved.

We ask you, therefore, to become a part of this noble effort and thus to grow with its value to both Muslims and non-Muslims alike; to Muslims in providing the environment they need to increase their Knowledge, Taqwa and Imaan; and to non-Muslims by providing an example of what Muslims are capable of – thus making it possible for them to consider what Islam really means and how essential it is for mankind.

We request all our brothers and sisters to make Dua for us that Allah gives us success in this world and in the hereafter and live our lives according to the wish of Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala in the way shown by His Beloved Prophet Muhammad Sallallaahu Alaihi Wasallaam – Ameen.


Shaikh Mufti Muhammad Sadek Sahab
Founder, Rector and Principal of Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia

Year 1 (Arbi Awwal) Year 2 (Arbi Dawm)
1. Hifzul Quran (30th Chapter)

2. Nahw (Arabic Grammer)

3. Sarf (Arabic Morphology, P-1)

5. Fiqh (Essential Islamic Knowledge_

6. Additional Arabic (Arabic Totor Book 1 & 2)

7. Additional Arabic: Reading (Stories Of The Prophets)




1. Hifzul Quran (1st Half Of 29th Chapter)

2. Nahw (ilmun Nahw)

3. Sarf (Arabic Morphology, P-2)

4. Arabic Language (Duroosul Lughah Book 2)

5. Hadith (Zaadut Taalibeen)

6. Fiqh (Nurul Idha)

7. Additional Arabic (Arabic Tutor Book 3 & 4)

8. Additional Arabic: Reding (Stories Of The Prophets)

Year 3 (Arbi Sawm) Year 4 (Hidayah)
1. Hifzul Quran (2nd Half Of 29th Chapter)

2. Translation Of The Quran (Chapters 1-15)

3. Nahw (Hidaytun Nahw)

4. Hadith (Riyadhus Saliheen)

5. Fiqh (Usoolush Shashi)

6. Arabic Literature (Rawdhatul Adab)

1. Translation Of The quran (Chapters 16-30)

2. Usuulut Tafseer (Fawzul Kabir)

3. Usoolul Hadith (Nukhbatul Fikr)

4. Hadith (Tajreedus Sareeh)

5. Usoolul Fiqh (Nurul Anwar Part 1)

6. Fiqh (Hidayah)


Year 5 (Mishkaat) Year 6
1. Tafsir (Jalalain)

2. Hadith (Mishkatul Masaabeeh)

3. Usoolul Fiqh (Nurul Anwar Part 2)

4. Aqqdah (Aqeedatut Tahavee)

5. Inheritance Law (Siraaji)



1. Sahih Bukhari

2. Shahih Muslim

3. Sahih Tirmidhi

4. Sahih Abu Dawood

5. An – Nasaee

6. Ibn Majah

7. Muaatah Imam Malik

Subject Description
Nahw Syntactical Arabic grammar. Learning this subject will enable students to read Arabic thoroughly with the correct grammar.
Sarf Arabic morphology. This subject allows students to identify and analyse the origin of words and thereby conjugating them and semantically reading and writing Arabic correctly.
 Tajweed This subject goes over the rules and regulations of reciting the Blessed Quran correctly with all its qualities via theory and practical pronunciation.
 Fiqh Islamic Jurisprudence. This subject will explain the understanding of legal rulings for Islamic practices from the Blessed Quran and Sunnah. The study of the major judicial schools of thought and the critical study of their references will also contribute to this subject.
 Arabic This subject will be focusing on understanding the reading, written and spoken form of the language, enabling students to become fluent in conversation. Understanding the application of this language in all its forms will aid students in all aspects of the course. Students will also be entitled to take this subject as a GCSE.
 Ahaadith Sayings of the Beloved Prophet (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wassallam). The memorisation of Hadith, along with their translation and interpretation. The derivation of basic morals, principles, status, science/tafsir and meaning, along with the analysis of the chain of narration.
 Aqaaid This subject will enable students to learn the tenets of faith in detail, with its theological and philosophical explanations.
 Tareekh Islamic History. Historical accounts of the life of the Beloved Prophet (Sallallaahu Alaihi Wassallam), his beloved companions and Islam in general.
 Quranic Translation This subject will cover the commentary and translation of the Blessed Quran, with circumstance of revelation of different verses (Shane Nuzool).



The enrolment process is as follows:
1) Submission of an application form, accompanied by two references and original documents proving identity and address.
2) Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia to contact educational and/or work reference.
3) Interview with the applicant.
4) Notification of approval/decline of enrolment.
All pupils enrolled in the course will also go through the process of Re-Admission on the grounds of successfully passing the current year. Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia has an expected pass rate of 60% in the core subjects. Failure to achieve this may result in repeating the year.


All students are expected to adopt the character of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) and the Sahaba (Radiallahu Anhum) Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia’s policy on behavior is based upon the Quran & Sunnah in order to maintain a disciplined, respectful, fair and harmonious environment. Students must show total respect to the teacher at all times and must carry out all orders. Students are encouraged to show respect and uphold good mannerisms and etiquettes towards themselves, their peers, teachers, seniors, resources and everything associated with the school.


Our uniform policy is based on Hayaa (modesty) and is in accordance with the beloved Sunnah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). Students will be wearing a Jubba and Hat. The garments should not reveal the figure but should be loose and comfortable in fit. Pictures of images, i.e. people, animals, faces, etc, on any item of clothing will not be permitted. Clothes must be above the ankles at all times.

Punctuality & Attendance

Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia expects an average of 95% in punctuality and attendance. Students must inform the course leader well in advance if they are not going to attend a class with a valid and excusable reason, including minor illnesses or any personal commitments.


Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia will charge an admission fee of £50. The annual fee is currently £1000 (and subject to change). We offer two methods of payment;

1) a standard one-off payment, paid at the beginning of the course;
2) 2 installments, paid at the beginning of each term (September & February)

All payments must be cleared by March of that academic year at the latest. All fees are non-refundable.

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Closing Comments

Islam centralises and depends upon the belief in Allah (Subhanahu Wa Ta’ala), that He is one and has no partner and that the final and most exalted Prophet is Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). As an Islamic school, we aim to practically implement all our policies and procedures in accordance with the Islamic ethos and, more importantly, encourage our students to adhere to these Islamic morals and values.

Mission & Objectives

Retain the ideology of Islamic culture and civilization

Implement the Aqaaid of Tawheed, Risalat, Akhirah and Khatme-Nabuwwat.

Safeguard the Muslim Ummah from detrimental activities and conducts to Islam.

Spread and promote the noble teachings of the Blessed Quran and Sunnah of Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam).

Provide the highest standard of secular and Islamic education with an emphasis on spiritual and moral development based on Islamic teachings and doctrines.

Create each individual as a means of Hidayah and guidance for mankind.

Course Staff & Tutors

  • Shaikh Mufti Muhammad Sadek
    (Founder, Rector & Principal of Jamiatul Uloom Al Islamia)
  • Mufti Waheedur Rahman
    (Course Leader & Tutor)
  • Moulana Abdullah Al Masduk
    (Course Tutor)