Those unable to enroll on the Hawzah Program can apply to join the short courses program, offering a range of Islamic studies and language courses for those seeking to push the boundaries of their understanding. To encourage a deeper understanding of Islam and the teachings of the Prophet and his Holy progeny, and in line with the Academy’s non-dogmatic and open philosophy, these courses are open to both Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
Those who unable to attend the Howzah Program and neither enroll for short courses program, they can access online the different modules at any time and from any location around the world.
The main objectives of the Howzah are designed to develop the Muslim Community by covering various educational, advanced scholarships in Islamic Studies, language training, Farsi, Arabic, and religious needs in Europe those living in multi-cultural and plural settings.
We aim to teach the path of Islam as taught by the Quran and Ahlul Bayt (a.s). We focus on offering our services in the English language to benefit the English speaking community as a whole – Muslim and Non-Muslim alike to create an ideal atmosphere for committed and honest pursuit of knowledge.
To assist the Islamic community in the resolution of its social, cultural values and religious needs.
To combine the best of traditional seminary methods of learning with modern academic approaches to the study of Islam and Muslim society both classical and contemporary. Provide a particular focus on studies that inform practical and theoretical challenges faced by Muslims and Muslim religious thought today.
To create and promote the spirit of unity and brotherhood among the members of the community and settle disputes to initiate, participate in and encourage interfaith activity and understanding within people of different faiths in our society.
Provide a platform to bring together academic researchers and other practitioners from different institutions for the dynamic exchange of ideas and research to cut edge research in the study of Islam and Muslim societies.
To amalgamate or affiliate with any other charitable association or institution, whether incorporated or not, in order to facilitate the achievement of both our objectives and goals.
To promote actively the principle of multiculturalism and cultivate an attitude of deep respect towards divergent beliefs and cultural values.