Since the institutes prime aim and vision is to create capable scholars for the Ummah, fees are stipulated to meet basic needs. Therefore, an annual fee is required to be paid in good time by the candidate. If the student is in financial constraints he should contact the authorities to discuss his specific case.

The fees are as follows:

  • ADMISSION FEE : This is for students enrolling for the first time at the institute, whether for the first year class or any other class. It amounts to ZAR 500-00 [Five Hundred South African Rands].
    This is a standard yearly fee for all students whether in Hifz, ‘Ālim or Iftā’ class. It can be paid as a full payment or in installments. However, all fees should be paid up within the first six months of the academic year. The total amount is ZAR 10 500 [Ten Thousand Five Hundred South African Rands].
    In the event that applicants are unable to afford the entire amount, they may apply for a partial bursary. Here it will be expected that applicants provide sufficient justification for the acceptance of this bursary application which is granted as per the discretion of the institute and therefore not guaranteed. In exceptional cases a complete bursary may be granted and all fees waived.