Our overarching aim is
to help provide
to every child of this Ummah, one community at a time.
Our communities face numerous challenges that hinder our development. Among these challenges, there are certain issues that are specific to education.
Some challenges currently faced by Muslim
students in the UK education system:
We want to overcome the
'cost of being Muslim'
The Muslim community has long tolerated substandard societal infrastructure, preventing us from realising our full potential. As an Ummah, we must strive for greatness and set a standard of excellence that is befitting of our people.
We firmly believe that every Muslim deserves access to world-class education, and we are committed to making this a reality. To achieve this, we are revolutionising the education sector with state-of-the-art programmes tailored specifically for our community.
At Al-Quds Academy, we believe education is the key to empowering the Ummah and building a brighter future for young Muslims. Our three-phase project combines school studies with traditional Islamic sciences to mentor and develop the next generation of Muslims.
Phase one begins with our online Young Scholars Programme, launching in February 2024, followed by in-person programmes in the UK and abroad in phases two and three. Join us in making our vision a reality and empowering the Ummah through education.
Al-Quds Academy is committed to providing a nurturing environment to educate young Muslims to promote academic, intellectual, emotional and spiritual growth. We will provide GCSE/A-level support along with foundational Islamic education and networking opportunities. We hope with continuous mentorship and a strong emphasis on upbringing, students will develop their character, conduct and etiquette.
We look to invest in our youth to influence a generation of equitable, self-governing and well-mannered Muslims, that go on to tackle some of the largest problems inflicting our communities across the world.
Our overarching aim is to help educate every child of this Ummah, one community at a time.