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]

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 an 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]

Kerala - Kannur - Pappinisseri West - Ellippuram..... (Under Samastha Kerala Jam-iyyathul Ulama - Kannur Dist)

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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