To prepare students who wish to further their Islamic studies to higher levels through traditional Islamic study methodology

Programme Overview

2-Year Programme

Arabic Language : Nahu al-Arabiy al-Jadid 1 & 2, Madinah Reader 1, 2 & 3 , Hilal 1 & 2,  Kawkab, At-Tasrifat 1

Fiqh: Al-Risalah al-Jami’ah, Safinah an-Najah

Tauhid: Aqidah al-Awwam

Akhlaq: Akhlaq lil banin

Seerah: Khulasoh Nur al-Yaqin 1-3

Tajwid: Ilmu Tajwid Cara Mudah & Berkesan

Memorisation: Juz’ 30, Arba’in An-Nawawi, Mutun Safinah An-Najah, Matan Al-Ajrumiyyah, Matan Aqidatul Awwam & more

  • Click on book title to view module overview
  • Click here to view booklist 
  • Programme & books may be changed without prior notice

Who Should Attend

  • Those who wish to attain basic Arabic Language
  • Those who wish to further their Islamic studies and require Arabic Language to do so
  • Those who wish to learn through traditional Islamic study methodology

Entry Requirements

  • 13 years old and above
  • Desire to learn must come from the student himself/herself (ie. it is not due to the coercion of his parents or guardians)
  • Able to read the Al-Quran (for those who are not fluent, need to attend the Quran class)
  • Discipline, punctuality & good conduct
  • Deposit: $500


  • Registration fee: $80 (one-time payment)
  • Actual Monthly Fee: $300
    – After 50% default subsidy: $150*


  • 80% of attendance to sit for examination
  • Consist of participation, memorisation (40%) and tests (60%) together with assessments by teachers (overall).

Date & Time

  • Monday – Friday,  8am – 1pm


152 Still Rd, S 423991
(Also known as Madrasah Al-Khairiah or Simply Islam) 


You can find a list of teachers teaching in Rubat Singapura here.

Progression Opportunities

Graduates who excel in their course of study may progress to full-time studies in Tareem.*

*Subject to acceptance by respective institutions


January intake.
Registration closes on 13 December 2020, or when classes are full.

I like how this programme allows me to understand alot of the quran verses/ arabic texts without having to refer to the translation always.
Easy to understand
Muhammad Hans Naufal
On how much adab and intentions are emphasized and reminded. To be constantly improving ourselves
I love everything about it but i love how concised and informative it is.