Admissions

Admissions Requirements

Welcome to admissions! We are excited for you to be applying. Our goal is to make the admissions process as accessible and efficient as possible. In each section below is the information you will need to understand the admissions process for the USA (Atlanta Campus). For any questions, contact us at admissions@madinainstitute.com. Class starts on September 16th, 2019.
Steps to Apply

Step 1: Submit an online application

Click here for the application form

Note: For Part-time & Online program please

Click here for the application form

Step 2: Provide proof of identification in the form of a driver’s license or passport

Step 3*: Provide proof of legal residency in the US (not required for the Part-time/Online program)

Step 4*: Submit a copy of high school diploma or equivalent

* – not required for the Part-time & Online program

Admissions Requirements

Applicants must fulfill the following requirements for consideration of admission:

  • 16+ years of age
  • Have a high school diploma or a GED
Admissions Deadlines
  • Early admissions: Nov 25, 2018 – January 31, 2019
  • Regular admissions: February 1, 2018 – August 30, 2019

Class starts on September 16th, 2019

Note: For part-time/online Islamic studies programs, there is no application deadline and the class starts September 14th

Accreditation

Madina Institute USA has religious exemption status with the state of Georgia. We are working towards becoming an accredited degree-rewarding institute in USA Insha’Allah.

Tuition & Financial Aid

TUITION

 

  • 1-Year Associate’s Degree in Islamic Studies: $5,050
  • 3-year Bachelor’s Degree in Islamic Studies: $5,050 (per year)

For all full-time programs, there is a $50 application fee and $400 for materials and books fee

 


 

Financial aid is available to students who are on a need-basis. Funding is limited and is first come, first serve. We highly encourage any student seeking financial assistance to apply early to secure funding. You will find the option to request a financial aid form on your admissions application.