The BA Programme in Islamic Studies provides students with knowledge and understanding of the core textual tradition of Islam. They will also engage with religious, philosophical and wider intellectual discourses of Islam. Thus, it will ground students in Islamic core sources regarding the Qur’an and Sunnah. In addition, they will be introduced to Islamic history and civilisation, Islamic law and Islamic Theology & philosophy. This will allow them to have a rigorous academic approach to the study of Islam and Muslims. They will also critically look into the theological debates that have always occurred in Islamic thought. The students will be given a variety of courses to choose from in order to develop the interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches to Islamic studies. As a result, they leave the Muslim College not only with linguistic and cultural expertise, but also with a variety of transferable skills. These include written and oral communication skills, attention to detail, analytical and problem-solving skills.

Exit Routes/Pathways

In order to be awarded a BA degree in Islamic Studies, the student will have to pass all the modules in all the terms, including the dissertation. However, those students who are not able to fulfil the BA requirements, will be offered exit routes with a certificate or diploma on the basis of their performance and on condition they have completed successfully a number of modules. The Diploma allows students to progress onto the BA level.

 Entry Requirements

For entry requirements, all applicants MUST have a minimum of one B and two C grades at A-level or its equivalent .Students from the darul Ulooms can be admitted at the right level depending on their qualifications.  Also students whose first language is not English will need to show proof of English language proficiency. The Muslim College recognises that it is essential to provide equal opportunities to anyone who wishes to pursue a BA in Islamic studies. Mature students will be judged on the relevance of their experience

The College will do all it can to educate and provide advice and guidance to its students at all levels without prejudice. The Muslim College will therefore allow anyone to come on to our BA Programme provided they fulfil all criteria.

Tuition Fees

The tuition fees cover the cost of registration, tuition, examination, review of coursework and class assignments and the cost of student amenities. The fee does not cover the cost for accommodation, meals and general living expenses. The Muslim College tuition fee for its three year BA Programme (full-time) will be £3,000 per annum. The Muslim College is committed to broadening the understanding and aptitude of all its students. The College therefore provides a limited number of scholarships. These funds will not have to be repaid at the end of studies. For more information, please contact the Muslim College.