Daily Timetable

 

Teaching takes place six days a week. During weekdays there are two daily sessions: morning lessons run from 8am to 11:15am and afternoon lessons from 12:30pm to 3:45pm. On Saturdays there is only a morning session.

On weekday and Sunday evenings, students spend two and a half hours in personal study and preparation for the next day’s lessons.During this period, they study in groups, which allows for an exchange of ideas and stimulating discussion.
Throughout the day, students perform the five daily prayers in the main prayer hall. In addition, there is a period of half an hour every evening devoted to worship and spiritual development.

During periods of free time students are able to rest or take part in recreational activities etc.

An  additional feature of the students’ day is managing a number of selected domestic duties aimed at fostering fellow feeling, public spiritedness and service to others. Students organise themselves into groups and take turns to carry out communal catering and cleaning tasks.

On Saturdays a special session takes place in which students hone their oratory skills after researching and constructing talks on topics of interest to them.

Weekends also bring the chance for relaxation, and students can apply for leave to visit parents or relatives. Those staying on enjoy the popular five a side football sessions on Sunday mornings. Our students also publish their own newsletter, named Al-Jame‘āh. Dedicated students take part in writing articles, editing, designing and distributing the newsletter.

All in all, a mature, academic, yet informal environment exists at JRU and students value the structured daily timetable, which  helps them get the most out of their time.

New Application Dates

Inshā’allāh, the next academic year will start in Shawwāl 1440 / June 2019.

The dates for new applications is as follows:

Opening Date: Friday 9th November 2018

Closing Date: Tuesday 5th February 2019

Applications received after the closing date will be treated as late.

Mission Statement

“JRU: a centre of academic and spiritual excellence”

Our Objectives

• To provide authentic Islamic education based on the Qur’ān and Sunnah.

• To preserve the treasure of Islamic learning and pass it on to future generations.

• To perfect good character and moral conduct.

• To promote spiritual development and god-consciousness.

• To prepare individuals who will serve the needs of Muslim communities, and inspire them to improve themselves as Muslims and citizens.

Contact Details

Jāme‘ah Riyādul ‘Uloom
120 Melbourne Road
Leicester, UK
LE2 0DS

Tel / Fax: +44 116 2625440

Email: info@jru.org.uk