Moslem educational centers in the Russian Federation

Schensnovich V.N.


The system of modern Islamic education in Russia includes primary religious education, secondary religious education and higher education, where three areas are concentrated: Koranic sciences, Sharia sciences, Islamic theology. Moslem education in the Russian Federation is integrated into the state coordinate system. Graduates receive state diplomas, and religious education acts as a legitimate alternative to secular education. The article provides a brief analysis of Islamic universities and secondary educational institutions in Moscow and St. Petersburg; Republic of Tatarstan; Republic of Bashkortostan; Chechen Republic, Republic of Dagestan; Crimea (Bakhchisaray, Dzhankoy).


Moslem educational centers in the Russian Federation; Islamic education system in Moscow, St. Petersburg; Kazan; Ufa; Makhachkala; Nalchik; Grozny; Dzhankoy; higher education; secondary vocational education; elementary education; maktab; madrasah; imam; imamkhatib; imam-mukhtasib; mugallim; religious and secular education; theologian; religious scholar; teacher; translator; Arabic language; Turkish language; English language; Koran; Sunnah; Fiqh; Hanafi Mashab; Shakird; training courses; Moslem universities; master's and bachelor's programs; Spiritual Board of Moslems of the Russian Federation; Council of Muftis of the Russian Federation; muftiate; Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC); Federation of Universities of the Moslem World (FUIM); Islamic Center in Geneva; Islamic funds; Malaysia; Morocco; UAE; Saudi Arabia; Indonesia; Turkey; Egypt.

DOI: 10.31249/rimm/2024.01.02

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