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Jamia Al-Hudaa

Admission Process

Jamia Al-Hudaa welcomes students from the age of 11 years who wish to study in an Islamic environment, for the purpose of becoming ‘Aalimas. Students will be required to reside at the Jamia so that they will be in an Islamic environment throughout their stay. This will help to give them good discipline so that they will be able to practice Islam when they graduate, Inshaa Allah. However, special arrangements may be made for non-residential students.

We also welcome 16+ students who wish to specialise in Islamic Studies or combine this with other post 16 National Qualifications.

The Jamia is open to all those who share our aims and wish to attain a good Islamic education as well as achieving a high standard of state education. As the Jamia is for girls, security is our prime concern. Currently we have 24 hour security at the premises.

Together with the seven year intensive ‘Aalima Programme which all students follow, we also offer teaching in the National Curriculum up to GCSE level and at GNVQ level in some subjects. This ensures that your child will Inshaa Allah specialise as an ‘Aalima by acquiring a strong Islamic
Foundation and have the opportunity to qualify in other areas.

The medium of tuition at the Jamia is English, in line with the lingual background of the indigenous population and Arabic, the language of the Qur’an.

The following entrance requirements will have to be met before a student can be admitted to any educational course of study at Jamia Al-Hudaa.
All students must fill in an Application Form, available from the Admissions Section, and send it with a non-refundable fee of £25.
Students will be required to produce recent school/college reports as part of their application (at least a reference from previous school/college head teacher or personal teacher).
After initial assessment students will be invited for an interview and/or to undertake an assessment test. Students should be of average calibre due to the intensive study programme at the Jamia. Weak students may find it difficult to cope in a boarding environment.
Prospective students must at least be able to recite the Qur’an (Nazirah) and have basic Islamic knowledge. It must be borne in mind that the programme of study is to prepare students to become ‘Aalimas’.
Successful candidates will be asked to register with the Admissions Section.
All students must dress according to Islamic rulings. Details are uniform will be provided once student is offered admission.