Bachelor (بكالوريوس في الدراسات الاسلامية)

1. Program Description

The bachelor degree in Islamic studies focus on specialized disciplines in Islamic jurisprudence, creed, sciences of hadith, Quran sciences, Arabic language studies and other key disciplines within modern Islamic studies, such as Islamic banking and principles of Islamic economy.

Successful graduates will have the opportunity to work in: Daw’aa & Irshad, Imama & Khataba, Sharia courts, Islamic banking, social services in addition to other fields within the public sector.

2. Career Prospects

Graduates of this program will have the opportunity to work in a broad range of career choices in the field of social and community service, such as: Daw’aa & Irshad; Imama & Khataba; local authorities and Islamic agencies, endowments and charitable work, Islamic banks, family counselling in Sharia Courts, social media and communication, arbitration and management of Quran competitions, and research centers and universities focused on the field of Islamic studies.

3. Study Mode, Duration and Study Plan

The program is offered  on a full-time basis. The total number of required credits for this program is 133. Students are expected to complete their degree in 4 years.

The Bachelor in Islamic Studies study plan is presented below (the plan is available in Arabic Language only):

4. Tuition, Fees , Scholarship and Financial Support



  Annual Tuition Fees (first, second, third and fourth year)

AED 45,000 per year



Admission Fee

AED 1,500 (a one-time fee / non-refundable)

Student Services Fee

AED 750 (charged every semester / non-refundable)

Learning and Development Fees

     AED 750 (charged every semester/ non-refundable)

Textbook Fees

AED 500 (per semester)

Tuition is based on 15 credits per semester. Tuition is subject to change.

Tuition is paid for on a semester-by-semester basis. Easy payment plans are available.

Scholarship and Financial Support

At Jumeira University we offer a range of scholarships and financial support opportunities to prospective students. For more information, please contact the Enrollment Office or visit below :


5. Entry and Language Requirements

70% on the 12th Grade (UAE secondary school certificate) or equivalent. For other equivalent qualifications, please visit below :


Arabic  Language Requirements

The instructional language is Arabic, and non-native speakers of Arabic must pass the University Arabic language placement test.

English Language Requirements

Students must obtain the following scores (or their equivalent) at the time of admission: TOEFL 400 or IELTS 4 or EmSAT between 825 and 925

6. How to Apply

Students can apply for the program either through the University’s Enrollment Office on campus or apply online using the following link

Applications are accepted throughout the year. Students are, however, admitted only at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters.