1. To reignite the tradition of attaining Islamic knowledge through halaqah and with sanad by studying turath books, i.e treasures of intellectual Islamic scholars over the centuries.
2. To build a knowledgeable, practicing and moralistic generation

Programme Levels

Marhala 1

Al-Risalah al-Jami’ah

Bidayah al-Hidayah

Durus Tauhid

Khulasoh Nur al-Yaqin

Marhala 2

Safinah an-Najah

Ta’lim al-Muta’allim

Aqidah al-Awwam

Al-Arba’in an-Nawawi


Marhala 3

Muqaddimah Hadhramiyyah*

Ayyuhal Walad

Pelita Al-Quran

Syarah Ratib Haddad

  • Each level takes approximately 2 years to complete.
  • Click on book title to view module overview.
  • Programmes & books may be changed without prior notice
  • * women will use the Tarbiyatul Awlad (Fiqhul Usrah) book

Who Should Attend

This program is for those who wish to learn the basic Islamic knowledge that includes fardhu ‘ain and kifayah through the method of talaqqi.

Medium of Instruction

Classes will be taught in Malay language.

Entry Requirements

Desire to learn must come from the student himself/herself (ie. it is not due to the coercion of his parents or guardians)


Full Study (2 Sessions)

9 am - 1 pm

Registration: $50 (One-time payment)
Monthly: $65 (12 months)

Complete 4 books per level (2 years)

1 Session Only

9 am - 10.45 am OR 11.15 am - 1 pm

Registration: $50 (One-time payment)
Monthly: $55 (12 months)

Complete 2 books per level (2 years)


Assessment is optional. Only those who opt for assessment will be awarded a transcript at the end of the programme. 

Eligibility to seat for exam: Attandance 80%
Mid Year Exam: 20%
Final Year Exam: 50%
Teacher’s Assessment: 30%

Day, Time & Venue

Day: Sundays
Time: 9am – 1pm
Venue: Madrasah Alsaggoff Al-Arabiah*

*Venue is subject to change.  And due to Covid-19 situation, all classes are held online until further notice.  


You can view the list of teachers teaching in Rubat Singapura here


The programme commences every January. 
Registration for this programme opens in the last quarter of the year. 


Yes, for Halaqah Ta’lim Mingguan, ladies and men are segregated into different classes. The ladies are taught by ustazahs while the men are taught by ustazs.

Yes, in the best interest of our students, we record lessons so that students are able to catch up on the lessons that they have missed due to work or other personal commitments that cannot be avoided.