Wednesday 5 March 2014

Classical Islamic Texts Diploma

Diploma in Introduction to Classical Islamic Texts
Historic 1-Year Diploma Programme

By Shaykh Dr Mohammad Akram Nadwi

From April 2014 to March 2015 | Time: 9:30AM - 6:30PM

16 Classical Texts covered in 20 Classes with An Extra Day for Exams

Concurrently scheduled in London, Cambridge & Manchester as well as Live Online Worldwide.

Special 50% Discount for Full Diploma Programme for:
  • Students of Shaykh Mohammad Akram Nadwi
  • Imams and Teachers
  • Madrassa & Darul Uloom Students/Graduates
  • Islamic Institute, College, University Students/Graduates
  • Dawah Organisation Members
  • University & College Students
  • Married Couples & Family Members Booking Together

Standard Attendance Price: £50 per Class  |  Discounted Price: £25 per Class

Please note that the above prices are for the full diploma programme only. Individual classes cannot be booked at the moment. Enrolment is only confirmed when payment is made. The full diploma price is Price per Class x 20 Classes. Payment can be made in full or in up to 5 monthly instalments starting at enrolment.

Enrolment form can be found at:

Questions about The Diploma:

Enrolment Deadline for 50% Discount: 16th March 2014

  • Queen Mary, University of London
  • University of Cambridge
  • Salford University Manchester
  • Online Worldwide
All 20 classes will be at all the venues at the same time. So you will only have to attend one of the venues for all 20 classes.

Introduction to The Diploma Programme: or

Maximum class size is 100 students. Book your place now for this amazing once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. The Diploma is granted by the Cambridge Islamic College and it will be helpful to gain entry for higher level studies at the College. Exams are held at the end of the course.

Texts Covered & The Dates

1. Ṣaḥīḥ al-Bukhārī [2 Classes - Weekend 12-13 April 2014]
The Abridged Collection of Authentic Hadith with Connected Chains
Muhammad ibn Ismā‘īl al-Bukhārī (195-256 AH)

2. Muwaṭṭa [1 Class - Saturday 10 May 2014]
First Major Collection of Hadith
Mālik ibn Anas (93-179 AH)

3. Ṣaḥīḥ Muslim [1 Class - Saturday 14 June 2014]
Hadith Collection with Authentic Chains
Muslim ibn al-Hajjāj an-Naysābūrī (204-261 AH)

4. Niẓām al-Qur'ān [1 Class - Sunday 3 August 2014]
Coherence in the Quran
Ḥamīduddīn Farāhī (1279-1348 AH)

5. al-Muqaddimah [1 Class - Sunday 7 September 2014]
An Introduction to History
Ibn Khaldūn Al-Ḥaḍrami (732-808 AH)

6. Kitab al-Risāla fī Uṣūl al-Fiqh [2 Classes - Weekend 13-14 September 2014]
Treatise on the Foundations of Islamic Jurisprudence
Muhammad ibn Idrīs al-Shāfi‘ī (150-204 AH)

7. Sunan Abī Dāwūd [1 Class - Sunday 5 October 2014]
One of The Six Canonical Hadith Collections
Abū Dāwūd Al-Sijistani (202-275 AH)

8. Sunan at-Tirmidhī [1 Class - Saturday 11 October 2014]
One of The Six Canonical Hadith Collections
Muḥammad Ibn ‘Īsá At-Tirmidhī (209-279 AH)

9. al-Muwāfaqāt fī Uṣūl al-Sharī’a [1 Class - Saturday 8 November 2014]
The Reconciliation of the Fundamentals of Islamic Law
Abu Isḥāq al-Shāțibī (d. 790 AH)

10. Kitab al-Muhallā bi'l Athār [1 Class - Sunday 7 December 2014]
The Adorned Treatise
Abū Muḥammad ʿAlī ibn Ḥazm al-Andalusi (384-456 AH)

11. Sunan an-Nasā'ī [1 Class - Sunday 28 December 2015]
One of The Six Canonical Hadith Collections
Aḥmad Ibn Shu'ayb al-Nasā'ī (214-303 AH)

12. Hujjatullahi al-Baligha [2 Classes - Weekend 10-11 January 2015]
The Profound Evidence of Allah
Shāh Walīullāh Dehlavī (1114-1176 AH)

13. Tahāfut al-Falāsifa [1 Class - Saturday 31 January 2015]
The Incoherence of the The Philosophers
Muḥammad al-Ghazālī (450-505 AH)

14. ar-Radd 'ala al-Mantiqiyyin [1 Class - Saturday 14 February 2015]
Refutation of the Greek Logicians
Taqī ad-Dīn Aḥmad ibn Taymiyyah (661-728 AH)

15. al-Muqaddimah fī Uṣūl al-Tafsīr [2 Classes - Weekend 14-15 March 2015]
Introduction to the Principles of Exegesis
Taqī ad-Dīn Aḥmad ibn Taymiyyah (661-728 AH)

16. Sunan Ibn Mājah [1 Class - Sunday 22 March 2015]
One of The Six Canonical Hadith Collections
Muḥammad Ibn Yazīd Ibn Mājah (209-273 AH)

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