Shaykh Akram has agreed to do an extra bonus session on Saturday during the Usul al-Fiqh Course, InshaAllah. This is titled "How to Use Your Time Effectively" and it will be based on his experience in balancing and managing many different activities at the same time as well as his traditional knowledge of effective time management.
If you still have not signed up for the course then you will not only miss such important knowledge of Usul al-Fiqh (Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence) from a scholar of this calibre but you will also miss the timeless and life-changing advice that we can expect from Shaykh Akram, InshaAllah. Did you ever wonder how the Shaykh managed to write a 57-volume monumental work on female Hadith scholars of Islam plus various other books while he has many other commitments. He is a research fellow at Oxford University, he regularly teaches to the general public, he has a family of six children, he has many dedicated students, he travels widely and so on. MashaAllah!
"Of all the scholars I have had the opportunity to study with, I have found Shaikh Akram Nadwi to be the closest, in knowledge, manners and teaching, to how I would imagine some of the great Hadith scholars of the past would have been. He has a vast knowledge of Hadith and Fiqh, a down-to-earth, humble, approachable style, and great teaching ability. His classes are not just beneficial from a learning perspective, but also to marvel at the awe-inspiring wealth of knowledge of our scholars masha Allah. His 57 volume work going through the biographies of some 8,000 women scholars of Hadith is a monumental endeavour. The mere fact of its existence can be a major talking point in discussion with Muslims and non-Muslims, and is almost a stand-alone proof of Islam's unparalleled wealth of female scholarship." - Dr Omar Mahroo, Cambridge/London
If you want to know more then please sign up for the course now. We only have ten or so places left.