‘With whomsoever Allah Ta’ala desires goodness, He grants them a firm understanding of Deen (Religion).’(Statement of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam)
The late evening Aalim Course at Green Oak Academy is designed to equip brothers aged 15+ with advanced Islamic knowledge.
The course is aimed at those brothers who normally work / study during the day and have a zeal to acquire the sacred knowledge of Islam; yet are unable to enrol at a full-time Darul Uloom.
This course can be immensely rewarding spiritually and academically with students able to develop an outlook in line with the authentic teachings of Islam, bring Islamic teachings into practice and Insha’allah become the means of guidance for others.
Our skilled Ulama are compassionate, caring and highly trained. Particular emphasis is placed upon moral and spiritual development alongside academic advancement.
The Aalim course will insha’allah be covered in approx 7 years, during which students will study the following to an advanced standard:
- Classical Arabic Language
- Urdu Language
- Islamic History / Seerah
- Commentary of Qur’an (Tafseer)
- Statements of Prophet Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam (Hadeeth)
- Islamic Jurisprudence (Fiqh)
- Islamic Beliefs (Aqaaid)
The late evening Aalim course is available at Green Oak Academy – Kings Heath.
- Minimum age: 15 Years+ (Younger students should enrol in the Maktab/Hifz Classes).
- Basic fluency in reading Qur’an and Islamic knowledge.
- Admissions are open throughout the year, however we advise that enrolment be made at the beginning of the Academic year (September).
Language of Instruction:
- English in the early years as required.
- Urdu as a language will be taught in the early years enabling students to develop proficiency in the Urdu language also.
- As students progress through the Aalim course, Urdu will be used more commonly. In the final years lectures of Qur’an, Hadeeth and Fiqh will be in the Urdu language.
- Year 1:
7:30pm > 9:30pm
(Monday, Wednesday & Friday)
- Academic year begins in September until July.
- Holidays normally in line with UK School holidays.
- A full calendar detailing holiday schedule is provided to students.
- During the academic year, students participate in 5 module examinations which contributes towards 50% of the final score at the end of the year. This will then be followed by a final end of year examination which contributes towards the remaining 50% of the final grade.
- Year 1: £35 per month (11 payments during an academic year)