Virtual Summer School Program

Islam In Malaysia
16 – 30 August 2021
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Objectives

  1. This program will discuss Islam in the context of Malaysia from the aspects of history, law, economics, sociology and religion.
  2. This program will provide students with a profound understanding of Muslim cultures and practices in Malaysia.
Organized By:

Institute of Islam Hadhari

UKM Global

Sponsored By:

Pusat Pungutan Zakat

Majlis Wilayah Persekutuan

Organized By:

Institute of Islam Hadhari

UKM Global

Sponsored By:

Pusat Pungutan Zakat

Majlis Wilayah Persekutuan

Course Description

This introductory course aims to introduce students and researchers at the international level to Islam in Malaysia in several contexts such as history, law, economics, sociology and religion. In academic discourse, Malaysia has gained attention mainly because of its reputation as a progressive Muslim country with moderate Islamic practices. Further, you will also discover important differences between Muslim administrations, Islamic justice, and Muslim practices in comparison with other Islamic countries. This course focuses on the distinct practices of Islam in Malaysia, which makes it appealing to interested students and researchers.

Topics included:

  • History of Islam in the Malay World
  • Islam in Federal Constitution
  • Islamic Institutions in Malaysia
  • Islamic law in Malaysia
  • Malaysian Muslim Identity and Islamic Creed
  • Islamic Da’wah in Malaysia
  • Islamic Movement in Malaysia
  • Muslim Culture in Malaysia
  • Islamic Education in Malaysia
  • Islamic Economics and Banking in Malaysia

Targeted Participants

Undergraduate and postgraduate international and local students in many different fields, including but not limited to Area Studies, Religious Studies, Cultural Studies, Law, Sociology, Anthropology, Social Sciences and Cultural Studies.

Call For Inquiry

(+60) 3 8921 6994 – Office Number

(+60) 12 637 0576 – Mohd Al Adib Samuri

Mail For Inquiry

al_adib@ukm.edu.my

Registration

01.

Register HERE

02.

Make payment before the deadline (30th June 2021, Wednesday)

International and Malaysian Student USD150
UKM Student MYR200

Send the copy of your proof of payment to the following email: maheran@ukm.edu.my (Siti Maheran)

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Program Details

ISLAM IN MALAYSIA

VIRTUAL SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM

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Teaching Module

Teaching Module of Islam in Malaysia. 

Duration

16 – 30 August 2021 (11 days)

Hours of Lecture

20 Hours

Transfer Credit

This program does not offer transfer credit for participated students.

Assessment

1. Online Quiz 50 Marks
2. Student Presentation 50 Marks
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
WEEK 1
16 August 2021
Welcoming Session

2.00 pm – 2.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

  • Corporate Video UKM and “The Institute of Islam Hadhari”
  • Welcoming speech by Prof. Dr. Fariza Md Sham, Director, Institute of Islam Hadhari, UKM

Briefing to the Course – PM Dr Mohd Al Adib Samuri

Lecture 1:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

History of Islam in the Malay World

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ermy Azziaty Rozali

17 August 2021
Lecture 2:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islam in Federal Constitution

Prof. Datin Dr. Faridah Jalil

18 August 2021
Lecture 3:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic Institutions in Malaysia

Dr. Nurhafilah Musa

19 August 2021
Lecture 4:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic law in Malaysia

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Al Adib Samuri

20 August 2021
Lecture 5:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Malaysian Muslim Identity and Islamic Creed

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Jaffary Awang

WEEK 2
23 August 2021
Lecture 6:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic Da’wah in Malaysia

Prof. Dr Fariza Md Sham

24 August 2021
Lecture 7:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic Movement in Malaysia

Dr. Muhammad Razak Idris

25 August 2021
Lecture 8:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Muslim Culture in Malaysia

Dr. Hew Wai Weng, IKMAS UKM

26 August 2021
Lecture 9:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic Education in Malaysia

Dr Norshariani Abd Rahman

27 August 2021
Lecture 10:

2.30 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

Islamic Economics and Banking in Malaysia

Prof. Dr Aisyah Abdul Rahman

30 August 2021
Students Presentation

2.00 pm – 4.00 pm (Malaysian Time)

 

Closing Ceremony

4.00 pm – 4.30 pm (Malaysian Time)

  • Student Representative Speech
  • Video of activities (flashback)

 

Closing Speech by Assoc. Prof. Dr Abdul Latiff Ahmad, Director of UKM Global

TESTIMONIALS

 The school program which I entered was so informative, and besides that we learned a lot of different information about Malaysia and also Islamic countries and cultures as well. Therefore I want to say thank you. Your classes are very useful for every person who is interested in Malaysia and as I said Islamic religion. I want to wish you a bunch of Good luck for your future projects. Thanks to all of you.

Abdullayeva Gulsanam Alijonovna

(Uzbekistan)

It was a good chance for me to know basic background knowledge about Islam in Malaysia. All classes dealt with topics that could motivate participants to learn more about Islam. I could become more curious about Islamic law in Malaysia and how two different courts in Malaysia can work in one nation. As a student who have studied about Malaysia and Indonesia, especially about Islam and adat, it gave much more than just reading. Thank you for this program to all lecturers and UKM.

Kim Najung

(Korea)

UKM’s Summer School programme on ‘Islam in Malaysia’ is an excellent introduction to understanding the context, framework and institutions that make up how Islam exists in the country. While intense for two-weeks, it covers all major aspects of Islam and its influence in Malaysia’s political, social, legal and economic scene. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a primer on the subject, with an opportunity to learn further after.

Aziff Azuddin

(Malaysia)

I like how the course helps us to have a overall understanding of how Islam considered to be in Malaysia from the perspectives of the history and speech of the professors. I think it does give students a chance to build the ideal image of Islamic integration in their own lives and also have the consciousness about how Islam can combine with the modern governmental system and democracy.

Ilyas Y

(Taiwan)

This program is suitable for the persons who are interested in Islam and multicultural country. And, I think if we don’t know Malaysia well, this program is big chance to understand Malaysia as it is. I think the relationship between Islam and modern system is interesting and give us some clue to apply to other cultures idea to the society.

Anonymous

(Japan)

The porgram was very excellent. It provided us the opportunity to learn more about Islam and Muslims in Malaysia. It makes us bond together as brothers and sisters.

Noor Mohammad Umug

(Philippines)

Great opportunity to undestand the islamic culture in Malaysia

Wen-Lin Tsai

(Taiwan)

The program is very well organized. The lessons were very interesting and helpful. The topics are very well chosen, I learned a lot of information.

Shozoda Fatkhullaeva

(Uzbekistan)

I enjoyed the course.

Airi yamaguchi

(Japan)

I got a lot of useful information for myself from this program

Gulkhayo Khushnazarova

(Uzbekistan)

In this program, we could acquired a comprehensive knowledge of every field about Islam in Malaysia.

Yi-Chia Chang

(Taiwan)

GALLERY 2021

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