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ISLAM AND POLITICS – Level 1

About the Course

“The Global Politics of Islam” is a unique course that has been developed to deliver solid and sophisticated grounding in understanding the systemic analysis of the correlation between Islam and politics. It covers key aspects, arguments, issues, debates of historical and contemporary political scenarios with respect to the amalgamation and conjecture of Islam and politics. It enumerates the different ways in which Islam influences democratisation and global politics today.

Course Team

Arnold Yasin Mol

(Leiden University, UK)

Shayk Hamza Wald Maqbool

(HFSAA Shariah Advisor, USA)

Dr. Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera

(Whitethread Institute, London, UK)

Ustadh Abdullah Al-Andalusi

(International Muslim Thinker, Speaker and Debater, London, UK)

Shayk Amin Kholwadia

( Darul Qasim Chicago, USA)

Dr Salman Younas

(Instructor,Seekers Guidance,Canada)

Professor Ovamir G.Anjum

(Professor,University of Toledo,USA)

Shaykh Mahmood Asad Madani

(Jamiat Ulama-i-hind,India)

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6 MONTHS

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From £16.66/Month

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Starts on February 9th, 2020.

(You can still join the course until February 22nd, 2020)

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Pay in Installment:£16.66 (6 Monthly Installments)

 

Final Deadline(Extended):

February 22nd, 2020

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Course Instructors

Arnold Yasin Mol

(Leiden University, UK)

Shaykh Hamza Wald Maqbool

(HFSAA Shariah Advisor, USA)

Ustadh Abdullah Al-Andalusi

(International Muslim Thinker, Speaker and Debater, London, UK)

Dr. Mufti Abdur-Rahman Mangera

(Whitethread Institute, London, UK)

Shayk Amin Kholwadia

( Darul Qasim Chicago, USA)

Dr Salman Younas

(Instructor,Seekers Guidance,Canada)

Shaykh Mahmood Asad Madani

(Jamiat Ulama-i-hind,India)

Professor Ovamir G.Anjum

(Professor,University of Toledo,USA)

Main Modules 

1. Islam and Politics – Introduction

 

  • The relation between Islam and politics
  • The place of politics in Islam
  • The Islamic concept of government
  • The foundation of the Islamic concept
  • Sovereignty belongs to Allah
  • The meaning of Khilāfah
  • The objectives of Islamic government

2. Khulafa Rashideen (Caliphate of the Rightly Guided) – Khilafah (Theory and Practice)

 

  • Caliphate of Abu Bakr
  • Caliphate of Umar Ibn al-Khattab
  • Caliphate of Uthman Ibn Affan
  • Caliphate of Ali bin Abi Talib
  • The selection process
  • The role of majlis shura
  • Disputes
  • Rights and Duties
  • Administration

3. The Emergence of Kingdom

 

  • The Ummayyads
  • Iman Al Hasan and Amir Mu’awiyah
  • Amir Mu’awiyah’s caliphate
  • “The killing of Shura”
  • Imam Al- Hussain and the Iraqis, the tragedy of Karbala’
  • Ibn Al-Zubayr and Al-Hajjaj
  • The end of the Rightly Guided Caliphate
  • The emergence of Al-Khawarij (The Kharijites)
  • The emergence of Al-Shi’ah (The Shi’ites)

4. Islamic Political Thoughts -Classical Perspective

 

  • Defining Islamic political thoughts
  • Historical political experience of the Muslims?
  • Classical political theorists
  • Al-Mawardi (d. 450/1058) – Al-Ahkam Al-Sultaniyah
  • Ibn Taymiyah (661/1263-728/1328) – Al-Siyasah al-Shar’iyah
  • Al-Shatibi’s (d. 790/1388) – Al-Muwafaqat Ibn Khaldun’s (732/1332-808/1406) -Al-Muqaddimah
  • Al Ghazali and his views

5. Muslim Empires, Muslim Politics and Colonialism

 

  • The Umayyad Empire
  • The Abbasid Empire
  • The Mughal Empire
  • The Ottomans Empire
  • Islamic civilisation -An Overview
  • The decline of the Islamic civilisation and the rise of European civilisation
  • From commerce to colonialism
  • Empires and colonial powers

6. Islamic Political Thoughts -Contemporary Approach (1)

 

  • 18th and 19th Century Scholars – Political Views
  • Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Wahhab (1703-1791)
  • Shah Wali Allah al-Dahlawi (1703-1762)
  • Uthman bin Fudi (Usuman dan Fodio) (1754-1817)
  • Sayyid Ahmad Barelwi (Shahid) (1786-183)
  • Muhammad ibn Ali Al-Sanusi (1787-1859)
  • The Sanusiyah Movement
  • Muhammad Ahmad Al-Mahdi (1844-1885)
  • The Mahdiyyah Movement

7. Islamic Political Thoughts -Contemporary Approach (2)

 

  • East-West Rendezvous
    • Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1812)
    • Muhammad Ali Pasha (1769-1849)
    • Uprooting the Wahhabis (1811-1819)
    • Failed Industrialisation
    • Era of Secularisation
  • Key Challenges
    • Decline and Backwardness
    • Colonial Onslaught
    • Admiration of (or Infatuation with) Europe
  • Key Figures
    • Jamal al-Din al-Afghani (1838-1897)
    • Muhammad ‘Abduh (1849-1905)
    • Shaikhul Hind Mahmoodul Hasan Deobandi ( 1851-1920)
    • Rashid Rida (1865-1935)
    • Sayyid Abu Al-A’la Maududi (1903-1979)
    • Hasan al-Banna (1906-1949)
    • Malik Bennabi (1905-1973)
    • Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966)
    • Taqi al-Din al-Nabhani ( 1914 – 1977)
    • Shabbir Ahmad Usmani (1887-1949)

8. Islamism From Wahhabi ‘Fundamentalism’ and Salafist ‘Revivalism’ – Understanding Key Streams and Movements

 

  • “Fundamentalism” and “The Islamists”?
  • “Radicalism” and “extremism”: The difference.
  • “Islamism” and “political Islam” : How to differentiate?
  • Ideological Foundations of Islamism Wahhabi ‘
  • “Fundamentalism” and Salafist “Revivalism”
  • Islamic revivalism: is it an ideology, class politics or identity politics?
  • Islamism and social movement theory ?
  • Wahhabism influence and the political Islam
  • Wahhabism and Salafism – What is the difference?
  • What founding axioms were carried on from Salafism to Islamism?
  • What “family resemblance” does radical Islamism have with European totalitarianism?

9. Islamism, Radicalism & Moderation : Qutb, Mawdudi, Mahmoodul Hasan Deobandi, Shabbir Ahmad Usmani

  • Sayyid Qutb, Hassan al-Banna, and the Muslim Brotherhood
  • Mahmoodul Hasan Deobandi, Husain Ahmad Madani & Jamiatul Ulama
  • Sayyid Abu Al-A’la Mawdudi and Jamat Islami – Different Versions
  • Shabbir Ahmad Usmani’ and Mufti Taqi Usmani’s approaches
  • Yusuf Al Qardhawi and the Arab Politics

10. Islamization, Democratization or Synthetization? Questions of Compatibility

  • Islam, Democracy, and Human Rights
  • Defining democracy
  • An American concept of democracy
  • Modern democracy – key characteristics
  • Democratic procedures
  • Democratization versus Liberalization
  • Islamic perspectives on Democracy
  • In which ways is Islam compatible with democracy?
  • Do Muslims desire democracy?
  • Is a religious democracy conceivable

 

11. Islam and Secularism in the 21st century

  • Islam and Secularism
  • Islam and Secularism in the Middle East
  • Colonial package (Modernity, Westernisation and Modernisation)
  • Secularism from the Western perspective – Marginalizing Religion
  • The relationship between religion and the state
  • Secularism from the Muslim world perspective – Marginalizing Islam
  • Europe’s evolution and the Christian reform movement
  • The Origin of Secularism in Muslim Lands and Ataturk Model
  • The rise of secularism in the Muslim world
  • Arab Secularism- An Overview
  • Islamic Critique

12. Religious Authority ( Ulama) and Islamic Politics?

  • Effect  of a hierarchically organised clergy on Islam’s political institutions?
  • The role of the ‘Ulama during and after the colonial period?
  • How does modern technologies undermine the religious authority of the ‘Ulama?
  • Why have the ‘Ulama been side-lined in contemporary movements of Political Islam and Liberal reformers?
  • How has the falling fortunes of the Ulama been linked with the status of the Sharia as a source of state law?

13. Managing Islam: Religion -Politics of Contemporary “Muslim States”

  • Muslim Countries : Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey 
  • What is meant by an Islamic constitution?
  • The clauses of the Constitution(Basic principles of an Islamic State)
  • Are constitutional provisions sufficient to make a country “Islamic”?
  • In which sense is Pakistan an “Islamic Republic?”
  • How, and why, does the Iranian model differ from the Pakistani?
  • Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reconciled monarchy with Islamic rule?
  • Political Islam in Turkey. Is AKP a model for emulation elsewhere?
  • Ayatollah Khomeini and his Velayet-I Faqih doctrine of government?
  • How does Islam influence foreign policy?
  • Meaningful distinction between Islam as a policy rationale and Islam as a political discourse?

14. Defining Jihad & Deconstructing Terrorism in the Name of Jihad: Hijacking Islam

  • Defining Jihad and its Different Types
  • Legitimate warfare in Islam: The origin, the rules & the conditions
  • Is Terrorism Jihad?
  • Legal Definition of Terrorism
  • Transnational Terror in the Name of the Umma
  • Global militant organisations: hijacking Islam
  • Does the term “jihadism” signify a  particular stream of Islamism?
  • What is the relationship between transnational militant actors and state actors?
  • Jihad Versus Terrorism
  • The role of Ulama and Islamic organisations against terrorism(The fatwa against terrorism)

15. Islamic Code of Ethics for Muslim Politicians

  • Ethics of Power – Nasihat Al-Muluk
  • Islamic code of ethics for election process
  • Islamic code of ethics for politicians
  • Islamic code of ethics for rulers and kings
  • Muslim Minorities and Non-Muslim Countries ?
  • Key Issues and Challenges
  • Participating in politics in the West?

Modules


1. Islam and Politics – Introduction
1.The relation between Islam and politics
2.The place of politics in Islam
3.The Islamic concept of government
4.The foundation of the Islamic concept: Sovereignty belongs to Allah
5.The meaning of Khilāfah
6.The objectives of Islamic government
2. Khulafa Rashideen (Caliphate of the Rightly Guided) – Khilafah (Theory and Practice)
1.Caliphate of Abu Bakr
2.Caliphate of Umar Ibn al-Khattab
3.Caliphate of Uthman Ibn Affan
4.Caliphate of Ali bin Abi Talib
5.The selection process
6.The role of Majlis Shura
7.Disputes
8.Rights and Duties
9.Administration
3. The Emergence of Kingdom
1.The Ummayyads
2.Imam Al Hasan and Amir Mu’awiyah
3.Amir Mu’awiyah’s caliphate
4.“The killing of Shura”
5.Imam Al- Hussain and the Iraqis, the tragedy of Karbala’
6.Ibn Al-Zubayr and Al-Hajjaj
7.The end of the Rightly Guided Caliphate
8.The emergence of Al-Khawarij (The Kharijites)
9.The emergence of Al-Shi’ah (The Shi’ites).
4. Islamic Political Thoughts -Classical Perspective
1.Defining Islamic political thoughts
2.Historical political experience of the Muslims
3.Classical political theorists
4.Al-Mawardi (d. 450/1058) – Al-Ahkam Al-Sultaniyah
5.Ibn Taymiyah (661/1263-728/1328) – Al-Siyasah al-Shar’iyah
6.Al-Shatibi’s (d. 790/1388) – Al-Muwafaqat Ibn Khaldun’s (732/1332-808/1406) -Al-Muqaddimah
7.Al Ghazali and his views
5. Muslim Empires, Muslim Politics and Colonialism
1.The Umayyad Empire
2.The Abbasid Empire
3.The Mughal Empire
4.The Ottomans Empire
5.Islamic civilisation -An Overview
6.The decline of the Islamic civilisation and the rise of European civilisation
7.From commerce to colonialism
8.Empires and colonial powers
6. Islamic Political Thoughts -Contemporary Approaches (1)
1.18th and 19th Century Scholars – Political Views
2.Muhammad Ibn Abd al-Wahhab (1703-1791)
3.Shah Wali Allah al-Dahlawi (1703-1762)
4.Uthman bin Fudi (Usuman dan Fodio) (1754-1817)
5.Sayyid Ahmad Barelwi (Shahid) (1786-183)
6.Muhammad ibn Ali Al-Sanusi (1787-1859)
7.The Sanusiyah Movement
8.Muhammad Ahmad Al-Mahdi (1844-1885)
9.The Mahdiyyah Movement
7. Islamic Political Thoughts -Contemporary Approaches (2)
1.East-West Rendezvous
2.Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1812)
3.Muhammad Ali Pasha (1769-1849)
4.Uprooting the Wahhabis (1811-1819)
5.Failed Industrialisation
6.Era of Secularisation
7.Key Challenges
8.Decline and Backwardness
9.Colonial Onslaught
10.Admiration of (or Infatuation with)Europe
11.Key Figures
12.Jamal al-Din al-Afghani (1838-1897)
13.Muhammad ‘Abduh (1849-1905)
14.Shaikhul Hind Mahmoodul Hasan
15.Deobandi ( 1851-1920)
16.Rashid Rida (1865-1935)
17.Sayyid Abu Al-A’la Maududi (1903-1979)
18.Hasan al-Banna (1906-1949)
19.Malik Bennabi (1905-1973)
20.Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966)
21.Taqi al-Din al-Nabhani ( 1914 – 1977)
22.Shabbir Ahmad Usmani (1887-1949)
8. Islamism From Wahhabi ‘Fundamentalism’ and Salafist ‘Revivalism’ – Understanding Key Streams and Movements
1.“Fundamentalism” and “The Islamists”
2.“Radicalism” and “extremism”: What is the difference?
3.“Islamism” and “political Islam” : How to differentiate?
4.Ideological Foundations of Islamism
6.Islamic revivalism: is it 5.Wahhabi ‘Fundamentalism’ and Salafist ‘Revivalism’
an ideology, class politics or identity politics?
7.Islamism and social movement theory ?
8.Wahhabism influence and the political Islam
9.Wahhabism and Salafism – What is the difference?
10.What founding axioms were carried on from Salafism to Islamism?
11.What “family resemblance” does radical Islamism have with European totalitarianism?
9 Islamism, Radicalism & Moderation : Qutb, Mawdudi, Mahmoodul Hasan Deobandi, Shabbir Ahmad Usmani
1.Sayyid Qutb, Hassan al-Banna, and the Muslim Brotherhood
2.Mahmoodul Hasan Deobandi, Husain Ahmad Madani & Jamiatul Ulama
3.Sayyid Abu Al-A’la Mawdudi and Jamat Islami – Different Versions
4.Shabbir Ahmad Usmani’ and Mufti Taqi Usmani’s approaches
5.Yusuf Al Qardhawi and the Arab Politics
10. Islamisation, Democratisation or Synthetisation? Questions of Compatibility
1.Islam, Democracy, and Human Rights
2.Defining democracy
3.An American concept of democracy
4.characteristics of Modern democracy
5.Democratic procedures
6.Democratisation versus Liberalisation
7.Islamic perspectives on Democracy
8.Islamic compatible with democracy
9.Do Muslims desire democracy?
10.Is a religious democracy conceivable?
11. Islam and Secularism in the 21st century
1.Islam and Secularism
2.Islam and Secularism in the Middle-East
3.Colonial package (Modernity, Westernisation and Modernisation)
4.Secularism from the Western perspective – Marginalizing Religion
5.The relationship between religion and the state
6.Secularism in the Muslim world – Marginalizing Islam
7.Europe’s evolution and the Christian reform movement
8.The Origin of Secularism in Muslim Lands and Ataturk Model
9.The rise of secularism in the Muslim world
10.Arab Secularism- An Overview
11.Islamic Critique
12. Religious Authority ( Ulama) and Islamic Politics?
1.Effect of a hierarchically organised clergy on Islam’s political institutions
2.The role of the ‘Ulama during and after the colonial period
3.How does modern technology undermine the religious authority of the ‘Ulama?
4.Why have the ‘Ulama been side-lined in contemporary movements of Political Islam and liberal reformers?
5.How has the falling fortunes of the Ulama been linked with the status of the Sharia as a source of state law?
13. Managing Islam: Religion-Politics of Contemporary “Muslim States”
1.Muslim Countries : Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Turkey
2.What is meant by an Islamic constitution?
3.The clauses of the Islamic Constitution (Basic principles of an Islamic State)
4.Are constitutional provisions sufficient to make a country “Islamic”?
5.In which sense is Pakistan an “Islamic Republic”?
6.How and why does the Iranian model differ from the Pakistani?
7.Kingdom of Saudi Arabia reconciled monarchy and Islamic rule?
8.Political Islam in Turkey. Is AKP a model for emulation elsewhere?
9.Ayatollah Khomeini and his Velayet-I Faqih doctrine of government?
10.How does Islam influence foreign policy?
11.Meaningful distinction between Islam as a policy rationale and Islam as a political discourse
14. Defining Jihad & Deconstructing Terrorism in the Name of Jihad: Hijacking Islam
1.Defining Jihad andits Different Types
2.Legitimate warfare in Islam: The origin, the rules & the conditions
3.Is Terrorism Jihad?
4.Legal Definition of Terrorism
5.Transnational Terror in the Name of the Ummah
6.Global militant organisations: hijacking Islam
7.Does the term “jihadism” signify a particular stream of Islamism?
8.What is the relationship between transnational militant actors and state actors?
9.Jihad Versus Terrorism
10.The role of 'Ulama and Islamic organisations against terrorism (The fatwa against terrorism)
15. Islamic Code of Ethics for Muslim Politicians
1.Ethics of Power – Nasihat Al-Muluk
2.Islamic code of ethics for election process
3.Islamic code of ethics for politicians
4.Islamic code of ethics for rulers and kings
5.Muslim Minorities in Non-Muslim Countries
6.Key Issues and Challenges
7.Participation in politics in the West
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Course Overview

Islam and its role in politics is a heavily debated topic. The Global Politics Of Islam is a unique, comprehensive online course imparts fundamental understanding of the development in role of Islam in a plethora of different political, social, economic and ideational settings across the breadth of the Muslim nations and Muslim governances. It provides a comparative analysis of varied manifestations of Islamist politics, trends in Islam as a major force, and ideas in classical and contemporary Islamic political thought. It devices a critical approach to the study of Islamic politics and helps learners evaluate the ideas, beliefs, perceptions and convictions of both Muslim and non-Muslim political thinkers. It includes a briefing from thought-leaders on the relationship between Islam and politics to facilitate a thorough understanding of proposed theories, assumptions, and controversial and challenging contemporary issues. .

The course unveils a set of interlocating theories, assumptions and paradoxes integral to understanding Islamist political dynamism. It enables a clear cut understanding of the critique of western and non-western governances in relationship with the challenge of political Islam.

Course Format

This unique course covers varied aspects of Islam and Politics. It is a Level 1 course and the advanced levels are under development for advanced students. There will be 3 levels, each consisting of a total of 10 to 20 sessions. This Level 1 course will, insha Allah, be completed in 6 months. This course consists of 15 to 16 live online interactive sessions, pre-recorded videos, online course material and engaging learning activities including online assessments and practical assignments. It is an online, part-time course that offers flexibility to study while maintaining work and personal commitments. It is comprised of the following components:
Live Online Sessions:
There will be 10 to 12 live online lectures which will be delivered on weekends. Each session will be 90-120 minutes long. The instructors will deliver interactive online lectures on the subject. Students are encouraged to discuss cases, ask questions and raise important points for feedback during online sessions. Discussions are a key component of the learning process and the more you can engage with the instructor, the more productive and enjoyable your learning will be. In case you miss the live session, you can still learn by watching the recordings via your personalized “myAlbalagh” account at your convenience. The video recordings will be uploaded to ‘My AlBalagh’ within 48 to 72 hours after the LIVE session.
Online Course Material:
This course material includes articles, cases, scenarios with questions and pre-recorded videos. You can review, print, read the course material during the course and use the discussion board to ask questions related to the course content. The course material will be released on “myAlbalagh” and every student will get 24/7 access to it. You can get access to online learning portal from desktop, laptops and even mobile devices. You can also download our mobile app which is compatible with android and IOS devices, to get access to the course material from anywhere, anytime.
Online Learning Activities:
Online activities include optional assessments, practical assignments and some question exercises to help you revise, reflect and gain clear understanding of the subject. Successful completion of online assessments will gain you an achievement certificate.
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Key Objectives

The aim of this course is:

  •  To delve into renewed analysis and fundamental understanding of Islam and politics. With past, current and feasible future of Islamic politics, Islamism and politics based on classical and modern literature available on Islam and politics, adhering to divine and immutable nominatives system (Shari`a), the Qur’an and Sunna (traditions of the Prophet) and Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh).
  •  To discuss, analyze and decode political discourses, movements, ideologies, views, assumptions, conceptions as put forward by the prominent, classical and contemporary Islamist leaders, political activists, Islamism scholars, liberals, socialists etc.
  • To critically evaluate controversies, issues pertaining to political Islam, western imperialism, authoritarian regimes, malleable, cultural conservatism, democratic political system and so on..

Learning Outcomes:

After successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Understand and analyze the key evolutionary, classical and contemporary concepts, conflicts, discourses, arguments, issues, scenarios in relation to Islam and politics.
  • Identify, explore, and evaluate the cultural, intellectual, philosophical traces, traits of Islamic thought, political movements, doctrine and the influence of Islam upon politics, particularly upon the politics of Muslim nations or governance.
  • Gain knowledge of the theoretical, practical and methodological approaches and critically examine and refine the interplay or juxtaposition of Islamic culture, tradition and contemporary global politics.
  • Develop feasible solutions for numerous global political challenges which are currently confronting the Muslim nations and societies, comprising democracy, freedom, political rights, equality, social justice, civil rights etc.
  • Critically analyse the varied manifestations of the Islamist radicalism, ideological tenets, and the conceptual forces of Islamic reformism, socialism, revisionism, progressivism and the ways to root out problems which impede and spread the implementation of the Islamic governance as a major force in politics.
  • Deconstruct and demystify false westernised portrayal of Islamist political governance, fundamentalism, Islamic authoritarianism, fascism and thus, reviving the spirit of Islam in social and political rulings, and propagating Islam as ideology in legitimate political regimes.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is this online course structured?

Our online course comprises live interactive online sessions, pre- recorded videos, online course material that include, presentations, reading material & online learning activities. The learners can ask questions and get their doubts cleared if any. You can get support from our dedicated academic support team during live sessions and even after it, as needed.

Is it compulsory to attend LIVE sessions? Will it be count towards the progress of my course?

We always encourage attending LIVE sessions among students, but in any case you miss attending one of the sessions, then you can always access the recorded videos of the session (Yes, you will get access to the recorded video of every LIVE session you missed).

When will I have access to the online course material?

Upon successful enrollment, you will get access to myAlbalagh, our online learning portal, within 24 hours.

When will LIVE sessions be scheduled?

The Date, Day, and Time for each LIVE session will always be pre-scheduled. To know more about the schedule on live sessions, please, visit “myAlbalagh” and click on the tab “Schedule.” You will get complete details.

What if I am not able to attend LIVE sessions?

If in any case, you miss attending LIVE session, you can catch up by watching the video recordings later at your convenience. To get access to the video recordings, visit “myAlbalagh” and sign-in. You can get access to “myAlbalagh” through your laptop, desktop and ever your mobile.

What if I have questions to ask but can’t attend Live?

You can access the “discussion board” via “myAlbalagh” or through “whatsapp group” dedicated for student discussion. It is a platform for you to ask questions, discuss and get your doubts cleared. Our support staff will mediate your queries back and forth to the course instructors.

How do I interact with my classmates?

You can use “Discussion Board” to get connected to other course learners as well. Furthermore, you can interact with your classmates on our “Whatsapp Group” exclusive for the course students.

How long will I have access to the online course?

You will have access to the online course content for up to 2 years. If you want lifetime access, contact our admin team via Email at [email protected].

Are family/group discounts available?

Yes, we provide discounts for groups or families who are interested in joining our courses. Please, email us to get details on it.

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