Jamia-tul-Madinah is the educational branch of Dawat-e-Islami. A global non-political movement for the propagation of Holy Quran and Sunnah.
Dars-e-Nizami is a five year traditional Aalim program in which a student learns subjects like, Quran, Hadith, Islamic Jurisprudence, Classical Logic, Islamic Theology, and much more.
The current program is 5 year long.
Jamia-tul-Madinah USA is currently located at 13130 Alston Dr. Sugar Land, TX 77498 USA.
How do i apply to Jamia Tul Madina USA?
Fill out our application online and submit the required documents and a representative will contact you if you get selected.
Is Jamia-tul-Madinah available outside of U.S?
Yes, Jamia-tul-Madinah is also established in different countries including Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, U.K and South Africa
Jamia-tul-Madinah provides the program free of cost
Students need to be at least 15 years of age.
No, if they have not completed high school, they will be provided homeschooling to finish their high school education.
Jamia-tul-Madinah will provide the class textbooks and exercise books. Students will be required to bring their own notebooks and pen.
Yes, Jamia-tul-Madinah provides housing for its students free of charge. Jamia-tul-Madinah also provides food and laundry. These services are for the students that reside in Jamia-tul-Madinah’s dorm. Students with families will have to arrange separately. Jamia-tul-Madinah is in a residential area of Sugar land and is surrounded by multiple apartment complexes and houses, so anyone wishes to move can find a place close by.
Students should be able to read and recognize the Arabic letters and read the Quran comfortably, even if they do not fully understand what they are reading. No Arabic Grammar skills are required.
No, there are no placement tests. However, we do require students to be able to read and write Arabic.
No, this institute is strictly for men. Dawat-e-Islami provides an online education system for women as well which is called Jamia-tul-Madinah Online lilbanat. For more information, visit the Jamia-tul-Madinah Online website.