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In a nutshell, what’s the difference between Certificate, Diploma, and Non-award?

The differences are as follows:

Certificate:

  • Half the price
  • You can apply for a scholarship.
  • You get 1st priority in terms of getting a place on a course if it’s oversubscribed.
  • You must do Arabic before or alongside Hawza modules. An exception is made for students joining for the first time in Semester 2 (February). Such students must take Arabic in the following September, i.e. in Semester 1 of the new academic year. This is because the Arabic course can only be started in Semester 1.
  • You need to complete both the Arabic and Hawza programmes (440 credits) to get the Certificate.

 

Diploma:

  • Full price
  • You can’t apply for a scholarship.
  • You get 2nd priority in terms of getting a place on a course if it’s oversubscribed.
  • You don’t have to do Arabic (but can if you wish).
  • You only need 220 credits to get the Diploma.

 

Non-award:

  • Full price
  • You can’t apply for a scholarship.
  • You get 3rd priority in terms of getting a place on a course if it’s oversubscribed.
  • You don’t have to do Arabic (but can if you wish).
  • You take individual modules as stand-alone courses.
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