1. What is the course duration?
Quran Alive is a completely self-paced course with a duration of 12-months. We recommend, however, that students dedicate at least 5 hours per week to complete their course. That’s only 45 mins per day!
2. How much Arabic do I need to know?
Academy Alive cater to all experience-levels of Arabic learners. At a minimum, students must be able to read the Quranic text.
3. Where can I get the books for this course?
All online students will receive an e-textbook of Nahwu and Sarf. Once a student has passed a specific milestone, your dedicated student support officer will deliver Quran Exercise books and a Hans Wehr dictionary to compliment your Quran Alive course.
If you would like to purchase physical copies of the Sarf and Nahwu textbooks, you can click the link below to purchase them from Amazon.
4. What if I take the class then decide its not for me? Is there a refund policy?
Certainly! You have 14 day-money back guarantee from your day of registration to decide if Quran Alive is for you.
5. How do I receive my log-in details?
Each student will be emailed their log-in details upon completion of the required enrolment paperwork. Once this has been submitted, you will be automatically enrolled into the Quran Alive course on a Friday, ensuring all students registered within the same week begin their course on the same day.
6. Is there a certificate awarded after this course?
All students will receive an honorary certificate upon completion of their Quran Alive course.
Better yet, however, all students will have built a solid foundation for further Islamic Education. Alhamdulillah!
7. What is the cut-off age for joining Quran Alive Online?
There is no cut-off – the Quran Alive curriculum is suitable for all ages and flexible to suit all individual learning needs.
8. Are there any course examinations?
Yes – Students are required to undertake course examinations known as COCO’s (Course of Complete Outcomes). This is to test their overall comprehension of the Quran’s message, as well as application of theoretical knowledge.
These examinations are split into two major sections: understanding of learned concepts, and a verbal component.
9. When I need help what do I do?
With our dedicated online student support, all students are free to communicate directly with our Academy Alive scholars through the direct student-teacher messaging system, as well as engage with fellow students on our online forum. You can also join our live weekly webinars where we can discuss individual and collective concerns all on one easy to use platform.