The College was the first to be established at Hebron University in 1971 with 43 students. The main aims of the College are to prepare a new generation proud of its religion and with a well-grounded understanding of Islamic teachings; a generation that is well equipped with the expertise to cultivate Islamic values within the society.

The College includes the following departments:

  • Department of Jurisprudence and Sharia: Major Fiquh and Jurisprudence
  • Department of Fundamentals of Islamic Religion: Major Fundamentals of Islamic Religion

We are committed to providing our students with a quality education and moral training with a broad spectrum of practical skills pertaining to their specialty.

Qurán competition in the College of Sharia

Qurán competition in the College of Sharia

Entry requirements
Matriculation certificate (Injaz) - science or humanity streams, with a minimum of 65%.
Graduation Requirements
Career Prospects graduates
Activities in the College