QUL College currently runs on Fridays and Saturdays. We will announce any additional days in the near future.

Last Updated 12:00pm 14 February 2020

QUL College Dates for Term 1, 2020

FRIDAYS 5:00pm to 7:30pm

Starts: Friday 7th February 2020
Last Day: Friday 3rd April 2020


SATURDAYS 8:00am to 12:00pm

Starts: Saturday 8th February 2020
Last Day: Saturday 4th April 2020


We are taking registrations for QUL College 2020. If you are interested in enrolling your children aged 5 to 16, fill in the below form. This year, we are offering students the option of enrolling in Friday OR Saturday. Please be aware that for some classes, we currently have a waiting list.

Click Continue Reading below or scroll down to the bottom of this post to access the registration form.

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 has very limited spots available this term for keen students.

The ages we have openings for on Saturdays (8am to 12pm ) are:

  • 7-9 years of age (boys and girls)
  • 10-12 years of age (boys and girls)
  • 12-16 years of age (girls only)


Depending on your child’s age and level, students will be covering:

📖 Reflecting on the Quran: Tafsir Juz’ Amma, Surat Yasin

💠 Worshipping Allah: Fiqh of the 5 Pillars of Islam, Fiqh of Transactions and Trade

✅ Behaving Well: Beginning of Guidance by Imam al-Ghazali, Adab Suluk al-Murid by Imam al-Haddad

💠 Living the Prophetic Biography: al-Shama’il al-Muhammadiyyah (the Beautiful Qualities of the Prophet Muhammad) based on a book by Imam al-Nabhani

❤️ Hadith: Memorisation and explanation of short hadiths on virtuous traits and helpful life advice


An exciting new class has also opened for students to learn the Arabic language! We have very LIMITED spots available for interested students on Saturdays from 12:30pm to 1:30pm for these new Arabic classes, spanning 4 separate levels. 

Our desire is for the majority of instruction and communication during the hour to be in ARABIC ONLY! 

We are basing the classes on newly developed and published Arabic conversational textbooks designed especially for children.

LOCATION: Classes are held in Revesby. Address provided upon receipt of expression of interest. 


Friday Stream 5:00pm to 7:30pm

  • Knowing Allah (99 Names of Allah, Memorisation and Commentary)
  • Living the Prophetic Biography (Seerah of the Prophet Muhammad retold in a story format)
  • The Fruits of the Successful People (Based on a summary hadith text compiled by Habib Umar bin Hafidh of the famous hadith collection Riyadh al-Saliheen)
  • Islamic Character Building (Adab)
  • Living Strong (Sport)
  • Prayer and Adhkar in Congregation (al-Ratib al-Shaheer – a compilation of recommended adhkar/duas to be recited every evening – takes approximately 15 minutes to complete)

Saturday Stream (Rawdah stream, 5-7 years old) 8:00am to 12:00pm

  • Arabic (Learning how to read, letters and words) – 2 sessions
  • Arabic (Basic writing, letters and words) – 1 session
  • Amazing Duas – 1 session
  • Storytime (Stories of the Prophets) – 1 session
  • Living Strong (Sport) – 1 session
  • Recess (snack break)
  • Duha Prayer
  • Morning Invocations (al-Wird al-Latif)

Saturday Stream (Buraq stream, 7-9 years old) 8:00am to 12:00pm

  • Arabic (Learning how to read Quranic Arabic, Qa’idah Nuraniyya) – 2 sessions
  • Arabic (Intermediate writing, letters and words) – 1 session
  • Worshipping Allah (Basic learn how to pray and perform wudu, with adhkar and motions) – 1 session
  • Storytime (Stories of the Prophets / Seerah of Prophet Muhammad) – 1 session
  • Amazing Duas
  • Living Strong (Sport) – 1 session
  • Recess (snack break)
  • Duha Prayer
  • Morning Invocations (al-Wird al-Latif)

Saturday Stream (10+ years old) 8:00am to 12:00pm

  • Reflecting on the Quran (Tafsir of Juz ‘Amma – Surah al-Ghashiya to al-Naba’)
  • Our Heroes (History of the Four Rightly Guided Caliphs)
  • Worshipping Allah (Fiqh Matn Abi Shuja’ in Shafi’i Madhab, with reference to other Madhabs where appropriate – rules and virtues of Worship)
  • Deepening Faith (Aqidah and the Names of Allah)
  • Living Strong (Sport)
  • Duha Prayer
  • Morning Invocations (al-Wird al-Latif)