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    What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    As the title says, which ones are the best for the 11-18 year range?

    Also which ones give the best chance to get into further Islamic education at places like the Islamic University of Madinah and Umm Al Qura?

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    you mean darul uloom?

    I would say Markaz darul uloom dewsbury; Bury is more well known and is excellent mashaAllah but Dewsbury has a higher standard
    in results etc (Aalim course). Bury, Shaikh Saleem Dhorats in leicester i would HIGHLY recommend but its only got 16+ students. Ebraheem college in London is reputed to be very good.
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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    Bury and nothing else comes close. But be weary if they make TJ mandatory or forced upon students.

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    lol, i think you need to grow up. no madressa makes 'TJ' mandatory. And i know for a fact the standard of teaching is better in markaz in the sense of pass marks for exams etc, and that does not mean there is anything wrong with Bury either, which is also excellent.

    hmm i didn't read the OP's first post fully; as im not sure what umm ul qura and medina university requires for a place.
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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    Thank you for the answers. I have visited Dewsbury and it was very nice.

    However the Urdu learning is a negative. Too many drop-outs in my neck of the woods because of this. Does Bury also require learning Urdu?

    Also what about Jamiatul Ummah and Brondesbury College?

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    www.daruliftaa.com

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    yes unfortunately for those who don't know urdu its a bit of a problem. inshaAllah this can be changed somewhat in the near future.

    there is one in Blackburn thats very very good.... im not sure about jamiatul ummah, where is it situated?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid b. Walid View Post
    Thank you for the answers. I have visited Dewsbury and it was very nice.

    However the Urdu learning is a negative. Too many drop-outs in my neck of the woods because of this. Does Bury also require learning Urdu?

    Also what about Jamiatul Ummah and Brondesbury College?
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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    As has been already mentioned, Bury Madrassah and Dewsbury Madrassah are probably the top ones.

    But to be honest, if a person wants to study then he/she can benefit a lot from even the madaaris in one's home city. Many times it's seen that people graduate from the big madaaris and they don't seem to be products of those places, and other times we see people from "small" madrassahs who outshine many others.
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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    ^^ yes i believe there is an arabic phrase that goes sumthing like "do not go looking for something out in the sea if you can find it in the pond"
    ...and InshAllah i remind myself before i remind others.

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by KeeKee View Post
    yes unfortunately for those who don't know urdu its a bit of a problem. inshaAllah this can be changed somewhat in the near future.

    there is one in Blackburn thats very very good.... im not sure about jamiatul ummah, where is it situated?
    It's in Tower Hamlets - http://www.jamiatulummah.org.uk/

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    Re: What are the best madrassas and Islamic schools in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Khalid b. Walid View Post
    It's in Tower Hamlets - http://www.jamiatulummah.org.uk/
    it would be wrong to say jamiatul ummah is outright the best, but alhumdulillah it is very good from what i hear and from the little i seen.
    ...and InshAllah i remind myself before i remind others.

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