Are you between 16-25 years of age ?

Do you study Islamic Theology or the Arabic language at a school or university?

Are you between 16-25
years of age ?

Do you study Islamic Theology or the Arabic
language at a school or university?

IQRA Scholarship Program

Every year, IQRA Network, a U.S.-based educational organization, seeks to recognize and reward young students ages 16-25 who are seeking knowledge of the Quran and the Arabic language.

NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

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STEP 1

Check all the scholarship details and
make sure you are eligible

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STEP 2

Write an essay of maximum 2 pages that
discusses one of the important traits of
prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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STEP 3

Prepare all the required details
and answer the questions in the
application form.

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STEP 4

Submit your information using the online
submission form & upload your piece of work

Eligibility Criteria

1. Applicant must be between the ages of 16-25 on rolling application.
2. Applicant must be formally enrolled in an accredited school or university and actively studying Islamic Theology or Arabic.
3. Applicant must submit an original essay on Prophet Mohamed’s character, and answer all the accompanying questions regarding his original essay

Prizes

Each winner receives $2,500 paid to the academic institution to cover Arabic or Islamic Theology Course tuition.

Requirements

Eligible applicants can apply through the registration form and must provide the following before the application deadline:
1. Personal information & contact details.
2. Proof of study at an accredited institution majoring in Arabic or Islamic Theology.
3. An essay of maximum 2 pages that discusses one of the important traits of prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Selection Criteria

The applications will be judged according to several criteria, including but not limited to:

– Originality
– Difficulty
– Organization
– Length of time devoted to the project
– Influencing/Educating others

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STEP 1

Check all the scholarship details and
make sure you are eligible

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STEP 2

Write an essay of maximum 2 pages that
discusses one of the important traits of
prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

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STEP 3

Prepare all the required details
and answer the questions in the
application form.

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STEP 4

Submit your information using the online
submission form & upload your piece of work

Eligibility Criteria

1. Applicant must be between the ages of 16-25 on rolling application.
2. Applicant must be formally enrolled in an accredited school or university and actively studying Islamic Theology or Arabic.
3. Applicant must submit an original essay on Prophet Mohamed’s character, and answer all the accompanying questions regarding his original essay.

Prizes

Each winner receives $2,500 paid to the academic institution to cover Arabic or Islamic Theology Course tuition

Requirements

Eligible applicants can apply through the registration form and must provide the following before the application deadline:
1. Personal information & contact details.
2. Proof of study at an accredited institution majoring in Arabic or Islamic Theology.
3. An essay of maximum 2 pages that discusses one of the important traits of prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

Selection Criteria

The applications will be judged according to several criteria, including but not limited to:

– Originality
– Difficulty
– Organization
– Length of time devoted to the project
– Influencing/Educating others

Timeline

In the Past Years

Total Spent
$25,000
Scholarships Awarded
21
Applications
108

You ask, we answer

Here are responses to some frequently-asked questions

Do you offer any student discount?

Yes. We encourage you to apply for an IQRA scholarship. In collaboration with your accredited school or university, your entire course could be funded!

Do I have to be Muslim to apply for the scholarship?

No. Scholarship is based solely on your study of Arabic or Islamic Theology. It’s open to anyone of all faiths.

Is it a cash based award?

The award is paid directly to the institution in which the student is studying Arabic or Islamic Theology. It covers the tuition of the course.