List of Muslim educational institutions

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The following is a list of institutions that have an Islamic or Muslim identity or charter.

Historical (surviving) institutions[edit]

Further information: Madrasa

Institutions founded before the colonial era and which are still in operation:

Colonial-era institutions (non-seminaries)[edit]

These are institutions founded during colonial era that are not religious seminaries. Most are universities with a broad charter for comprehensive education in the Muslim communities they serve.

Colonial-era seminaries (usually madrasas)[edit]

Institutions of religious educations (most are classified as "madrasas", a term that means "school" or, literally, "place where lessons are given") founded during colonial era:

Post-colonial seminaries (usually madrasas)[edit]

Religious institutions (or madrasas) founded since the end of colonial rule in the respective countries:

Post-colonial institutions (non-seminaries)[edit]

Educational institutions founded since end of colonial rule that are not religious seminaries, but have a Islamic or Muslim identity or charter, or devoted to sciences and arts usually associated with Islamic or Muslim culture and history:

Algeria[edit]

Bangladesh[edit]

Ghana[edit]

India[edit]

Indonesia[edit]

Jordan[edit]

Kuwait[edit]

Malaysia[edit]

Niger Republic[edit]

Pakistan[edit]

Palestine[edit]

Philippines[edit]

Russia[edit]

Saudi Arabia[edit]

Sudan[edit]

Syria[edit]

UAE[edit]

Uganda[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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