Al Shifa Year 1 (Closed)

£1,350.00
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Course Overview

The Shifa programme of study is an in-depth course where students have the opportunity to study traditional and Classical Islamic texts with qualified teachers. Students gain a thorough study of the traditional Islamic Sciences along with an outlook into the contemporary and relevant discourse. The programme includes modules in Quran, Hadith, Fiqh, Tāreekh (History), Aqeedah and Insāniyyaat (the Humanities). Completion of 2 years Candlelight Arabic programme or equivalent knowledge of Arabic is a pre-requisite to join the Al-Shifa programme.

 

 

 

 

Course Features

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  • Quizzes 0
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  • Quran 0

    This includes tilāwah (correct recitation), contemplation, Uloom al Quran, Usool al Tafseer and Tafseer. Students will have access to traditional and contemporary discourse surrounding the Quran.

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  • Hadith 0

    This module includes Usool al-hadith and critical hadith studies. Books of hadith studied include Riyadh al-Saliheen in the first year, and selected texts from the sihaah al-sitta (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, and Sunan at-Tirmidhi) in the second and third year.

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  • Fiqh 0

    This module includes a thorough foundational study of fiqh al ibaadaat in the first year, contemporary fiqh and usool al-fiqh in the second year, and comparative fiqh in the third year.

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  • Tāreekh 0

    This module includes a critical study of Islamic history including the Seerah of the prophet pbuh, the caliphate periods and other Islamic civilisations. Lessons from the seerah and history are extracted in order to gain maximum benefit from the tradition. In the final year of this module, students will carry out an Islamic history research project.

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  • Kalām 0

    This module includes a study of Aqeedah and Muslim sects, Modern and Islamic logic (mantiq) and philosophy.

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  • Insāniyyah 0

    This module includes a study of a range of relevant humanities topics such as Islamic psychology, Islamic sexual ethics, Islamic parenting, Islam and community engagement, Islam and politics, Tasawwuf and Sufism, Islamic Education, Islam and Science, Islam and modernity.

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Additional Information

Students who pay in single payments are eligible for a 10% discount if fees are paid before the course start date.

 

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Shaykh Hammad Ur Rahman Fahim memorised the Quran at the age of 14 at Darul Ulum in Bolton (UK) and his preliminary Islamic studies were under the tutelage of his father, Maulana Ikhlas al-Rahman. After completing his A- levels, Shaykh Fahim continued his studies and gained a Diploma in Arabic Language, moving on to study Shariah at the Institut Européen des Sciences (France). He graduated from the prestigious Al-Azhar University in the Faculty of Shariah (Egypt) with a BA (Hons) degree in Islamic Jurisprudence. He has also gained ijazah (classical certification) in several Qirat, including Hafs, Warsh and Hamzah. Shaykh Fahim has a great passion for studying and teaching Quranic subjects with a special focus on the eloquence of the Quranic language and Quranic exegesis. Currently teaches Arabic and the Quran at one of Britain\’s top private Islamic schools in Manchester.

The programme includes a thorough study of the traditional Islamic Sciences. Students will gain insight into the canon of the Islamic Sciences by studying contextualised classical texts from the different Islamic fields. The programme focuses on the following 6 core modules that run through the 3 years of study:

1. Quran

This includes tilāwah (correct recitation), contemplation, Uloom al Quran, Usool al Tafseer and Tafseer. Students will have access to the traditional and contemporary discourse surrounding the Quran.

2. Hadith

This module includes Usool al-hadith and critical hadith studies. Books of hadith studied include Riyadh al-Saliheen in the first year, and selected texts from the sihaah al-sitta (Sahih Bukhari, Sahih Muslim, and Sunan at-Tirmidhi) in the second and third year.

3. Fiqh

This module includes a thorough foundational study of fiqh al ibaadaat in the first year, contemporary fiqh and usool al-fiqh in the second year and comparative fiqh in the third year.

4. Tāreekh

This module includes a critical study of Islamic history including the Seerah of the prophet PBUH, the caliphate periods, and other Islamic civilisations. Lessons from the seerah and history are extracted in order to gain maximum benefit from the tradition. In the final year of this module, students will carry out an Islamic history research project.

5. Kalām

This module includes a study of Aqeedah and Muslim sects, Modern and Islamic logic (mantiq), and philosophy. 6. Insāniyyah This module includes a study of a range of relevant humanities topics such as Islamic psychology, Islamic sexual ethics, Islamic parenting, Islam and community engagement, Islam and politics, Tasawwuf and Sufism, Islamic Education, Islam and Science, Islam and modernity.

Assessment

Students on Al-Shifa course are formally assessed throughout the year through their assignments, and twice a year during the biannual assessment weeks by examination.

For Al-Shifa year 1 and 2 students, assignments carry a weight equivalent to one module (10% of final grade). For Al-Shifa year 3 students, assignments carry a weight equivalent to two modules (20% of final grade).

Students may speak to class teachers for information on specific details regarding the exam format for each subject.

As the course is condensed, students are recommended to revise their class notes on a weekly basis. Students may additionally be given tasks or projects by respective teachers to be carried out throughout the year. Outside of class, students are recommended to spend a minimum of 4-5 hours of study time per week.

For more details on the assessment and homework policy, please see the section titled Information on Assessments.

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