Bridging Course (I’Dadiya)

Comprehensive Islamic educational program designed to produce scholars well-versed in various disciplines of Islamic knowledge.


A Bridging Course, often referred to as “I’dadiya” in an Islamic educational context, serves as a preparatory or foundational program that helps students bridge the gap between their current educational level and the requirements of a more advanced course. The term “I’dadiya” is derived from the Arabic word “إعداد,” which means preparation.

In the context of Islamic education, a Bridging Course is typically designed for students who may have completed their basic education but need to strengthen their foundational knowledge before entering a more advanced program, such as an Alim Course. It acts as a bridge, equipping students with the necessary skills and understanding to tackle the more complex subjects and texts encountered in advanced Islamic studies.

The curriculum of a Bridging Course can vary but generally includes foundational studies in Arabic language, Quranic recitation and memorization, basic Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh), and an introduction to essential Islamic sciences. The goal is to ensure that students have a solid grounding in the fundamental subjects, enabling them to successfully engage with the rigorous content of higher-level courses.

In essence, a Bridging Course in Islamic education serves as a transition period, allowing students to strengthen their foundational knowledge and skills, build a solid linguistic and conceptual base, and gain the confidence needed to excel in more advanced studies in fields such as Hadith, Tafseer, Fiqh, and other disciplines within the broader framework of Islamic scholarship.

Course Details

Outlined below is the comprehensive details of the one-year course, providing an overview of the subjects and content that will be covered throughout your academic journey.


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