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If you have any questions concenring the college or the courses, please peruse the FAQ section below and if you cannot find your questions answered here, send us your questions by filling in the query form below.



FAQ

Where is the course held?

The course is held at the United Muslims Association(UMA) centre: 19 Enterprise Ave, Padstow 2211, Sydney NSW.


What days and times are the night shariah classes held?

Students are required to attend every class either on Tuesdays or Wednesdays between 6.30pm to 9:30pm depending on what year they are in. Each class will have 3 periods, which includes 2 short break between periods for prayers and snacks.


What days and times are the day sisters only shariah classes held?

The shariah class for sisters only are held on Tuesdays between 9:45am to 12pm.


What days and times are the Quran classes held?

The Quran classes varies in times, dependening on availability of teachers and Students, mostly though it is held at night after 6pm, however there are some sisters class during the day.


How long does the shariah course go for?

Sydney Islamic College offers its course over a 2 year period. Each year is divided into 4 terms, with each term comprising of 10 weeks. Students will have a 1 to 2 week holiday after each term, excluding the third term where 6 weeks will be given due to Ramadan.


How long does the day time shariah course go for?

Sydney Islamic College offers its course over a 3 year period. Each year is divided into 4 terms, with each term comprising of 10 weeks. Students will have a 1 to 2 week holiday after each term, excluding the third term where 6 weeks will be given due to Ramadan.


How long does the Quran course go for?

The Quran course duration is between 1 to 2 years, dependent on students ability and pass marks for all levels.


How do students enrol for the course?

Students are urged to enrol online at Sydney IC. Students must enrol before the term begins. Each student will be issued with access to the Student Portal for reviewing recorded lectures.


I can't afford the course, what do I do?

Sydney IC has scholarship programs in place to allow students who are struggling financially to pursue studies at the college. At the time of application, email scholarships to request for a scholarship.


Can I study from home?

Yes! For the shariah course, Sydney IC offers students who cannot attend class the opportunity to study by distance. Students who wish to study by distance must meet the selection criteria in order to be accepted as a distance student. Students will have access to all course notes, books, audio and video material. However for the Quran course we do not yet offer distance education.


Can I still enrol if I have missed a few terms?

Yes! We structured our course in way which allows students to commence their studies at the beginning of any term. Subjects which were missed will be revisted after the course is completed.


Is there child minding service available?

Unfortunatley Sydney IC has no facility in place for child minding. We urge students who have children and cannot attend for this reason to apply to study by distance.


Are the classes segregated?

For night time Shariah course Men and woman are segregated. For Quran course, they are independent of one another.


How do I catch up if I am absent?

For shariah course all students will have access to audio files and study notes for each lesson via the web.



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