Each course page has its own fees that is applicable for the upcoming academic year. Please see the individual course pages for more details.
No, the fee structure will remain the same per year until completion of the course. This is subject to terms and conditions.
The programme takes three years to complete and is divided into three levels; level one (year one), level two (year two), and level three (year three). At each level students must complete a minimum of 120 credits. Each module is valued at either 10 or 20 credits. Modules are either ‘Compulsory’ or ‘Designated’. The majority of the modules are semester-long; however a few modules are year long modules. Students take 60 credits per semester, two semesters per year, to total 120 credits. Assessments take place at the Islamic College at the end of each semester. Assessments normally take the form of assignments, class presentations, and/or examinations.
Yes, students can complete the BA programme on a part-time basis. However, there is a minimum of credits that they need to take per academic year.
All learning sessions arranged by the Islamic College will take place at the Islamic College.
As a student on a Middlesex University collaborative programme, you are studying for a qualification that is designed, taught and assessed by the Islamic College but which is validated as a Middlesex University qualification. This collaboration is formalized in a Memorandum of Co-operation which sets out all of the programmes’ academic and administrative arrangements. The Memorandum of Co-operation is available at the Islamic College.
As a student on a Validated collaborative programme, you are not a student member of Middlesex University, but rather you are a full member of the Islamic College where you are enrolled and studying. However, you are additionally registered with Middlesex University as a candidate for a qualification from Middlesex University. From March 2005, in order to provide students with visual indication of the collaboration between the two institutions, the student identity cards issued by the Islamic College include the following confirmation of the collaboration with Middlesex University.
Students are not automatically entitled to have access or borrowing rights from Middlesex University’s Libraries and Learning Resource Centres (LRCs).However, if, as an exception, it has been agreed that students on the Islamic College programme would particularly benefit from the Middlesex University library resources, then a separate agreement must be arranged. The Link Tutor at the Islamic College will be able to tell you the extent of that access agreement.
Students enrolled on a Validated collaboration in the UK may use any of Middlesex University’s Sports Facilities. Middlesex University boasts a number of excellent sports facilities on the Campuses at Enfield (Club Pulse), Hendon (The Burroughs Sports Club), Trent Park and Cat Hill. Each year the service publishes a handbook which provides information on the activities on offer, and this is available by calling 020 8411 4734. More information, including fee and subscription rates, can be found at http://www.mdx.ac.uk/sport.