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Tradition and Islamic Learning: Singapore Students in the Al-Azhar University

by Norshahril Saat

The Al-Azhar University remains the top destination for Southeast Asian students pursuing an Islamic studies degree. The university, built in the last millennium, has been able to withstand competition from modern universities across the globe and continues to produce influential Islamic studies graduates. What are the motivations of students pursuing a degree at Al-Azhar? What are the challenges they face? Are they certain of their future and career opportunities upon their return to Singapore? 

This book combines both qualitative and quantitative analysis of former and current students at the Al-Azhar University. It not only hopes to develop more critical analysis of returning Al-Azhar graduates but also attempts to understand the deeper connections between Muslims in Southeast Asia, particularly Singapore, and the Middle East.

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Preliminary pages
1. Introduction: Islamic Education and Religious Authority
2. The Al-Azhar University: A Historical Sketch
3. Prominent Southeast Asian Al-Azhar Graduates
4. Al-Azhar Today: The Experience of Singapore Students
5. Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
About the Author
Photo plates

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  • Number of Pages : 118
  • Publisher : ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute
  • Weight : 184g
  • Product Code : 9789814786850
  • Dimension : 148 x 210 mm

About Author

Norshahril Saat

Norshahril Saat is a Fellow with the Regional Strategic and Political Studies (RSPS) Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore.