The representatives of Ibn Haldun University participated to the “Pearls of Quran” event, organized by it’s partner Al-Madina Institute and promoted the mission and the comparative education methods.
Enes Yalman, the Head of International Office at Ibn Haldun Universtiy explained the vision and goals of the university to the participants at the publicity boot of Ibn Haldun University opened at “Pearls of Quran.”
Yalman also participated to the panels and remarked the vision of Ibn Haldun University, which is to establish an environment of knowledge by combining East and West. Emphasizing that Ibn Haldun University aims to bring social sciences back to the top, Yalman pointed out that interdisciplinary and comparative education is at the forefront of this framework.
Ibn Haldun University and Al-Madina Institute jointly conducts the “Suhba Fellowship Program” in Istanbul. Under the management of Mokhtar Maghraoui, the program which lasts for nine months, aims to increase the spiritual potentials of individuals by transforming themselves. Islamic sciences and Arabic language education are also given throughout the program.