Finding a nurturing environment for your child to develop in their Islamic knowledge, manners and character is no doubt the desire of every Muslim parent. In creating the ‘Ultimate Islamic Learning Experience, QUL College is open for enrolment.
The ages we have openings for on Saturdays are boys and girls, aged 5 to 17.
Depending on your child’s age, level and day of attendance, students are […]
After a successful pilot program for our Arabic Immersion Course last term, we are now taking enrolments for Term 4, 2020. Children were immersed in an Arabic environment of colours, shapes and games and had a total blast of fun. If you’re interested for your child, reach out to us ASAP!
We also have a NEW session for women/mothers who want to enrol in the Arabic Immersion Course, taught by females. This session occurs on Wednesdays 10am to 11am – indicate your interest in the below form.
Give your child a head start with our Arabic Immersion Course.
Especially designed for your child’s beginner Arabic needs by QUL College, we aim to have most of our instruction delivered in the Arabic language.
Immerse your child in an Arabic environment on a weekly basis (one or two sessions per week).
We integrate Quran, Dua and Dhikr into our Arabic Immersion Program so your child develops a more versatile grasp of the Arabic language.
As our initial intake this term is geared towards homeschoolers since it’s on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, we are more than happy to still take your expression of interest for alternate times (after school) for our next […]
My first dowrah (40 day intensive course) in Dar al-Mustafa back in 2005. I would sleep inside the room that would eventually be the same room I would study the Shafi’i fiqh manual Minhaj al-Talibeen of Imam al-Nawawi many years later.
It would be the same room which seemed to have been infested with bed bugs (aka baqq!) which not only would suck your blood, but also not allow you to sleep.
Each morning I would wake up and search for the culprit ‘baqq’ but couldn’t find where they were coming from.
It wasn’t until 40 days later, when I had to roll up my sleeping bag, that I found armies of ‘baqq’ warmly nested in the seams of the sleeping bag and inside the pillow case. I don’t think I had scratched so much and so hard before in my life.
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The voice of the dedicated students and teachers who would walk around an hour before fajr waking us students up, with a loud and long ‘laaaaaaaaaa ilaaaaha illallaaaaaaaah….” and for those of us that wouldn’t wake up […]