We are a non-profit, non-partisan and non-political Islamic educational institution for women, dedicated to propagation of the divine teachings of Islam to inspire positive reformation in our society through ‘Ilm, Da’wah and Tarbiyah.
Our mission is to instill love for Islam in the hearts of young girls and women so that they may rediscover their lost Islamic identity and come closer to Deen for a successful life in this world and the Hereafter.
The ultimate aim is to produce individuals who achieve excellence in Deen & Dunya and who become a catalyst of change in the society by being a better role model for future generations.
We conduct Islamic educational courses, thematic workshops and lectures focusing on both the ta'leem and tarbiyah aspects of personal development and self-reformation designed for young girls and women. These programs introduce the theoretical and practical aspects of classical Islamic knowledge and scholarship through modern approaches and are offered at both our campuses and several private venues.
The philosophy of the courses offered is distinct in its embrace of the entire academic tradition of the Ahl al-Sunnah wal-Jama’a with respect for all scholars of Tafsir, Hadith, Fiqh, and Usul al-fiqh.
Why Al-Emaan Institute?
Al-Emaan Institute offers a unique opportunity to students and professionals to gain classical Islamic knowledge through modern educational approaches while balancing their personal and professional commitments. The institute aims at educating and enabling individuals to implement the true essence of divine guidance in all aspects of their lives.
We offer a range of courses tailored for all levels of seekers of knowledge and conduct regular workshops and lectures on topics that are most relevant for the modern professionals and students. These courses, workshops and lectures are scheduled in a way to accommodate the busy lifestyles of our attendees and delivered via modern methodologies.
All programs offered by Al-Emaan Institute are researched and designed by authentic Islamic scholars who have spent years mastering the various subjects of Islamic knowledge (Qura’n, Hadith, Fiqh, Rules of Fiqh, Arabic Grammar & Epistemology, Logic etc) with the primary aim of combining important aspects of outer as well as inner Islamic knowledge.