The 450-year-old historical Madrasas “schools,” in the Suleymaniye Complex were restored by Ibn Haldun University. On August 3, 2018, buildings located at Süleymaniye Külliyesi; Mülazimler Madrasas, Darulhadis, Darulkurra, Madrasa-i Salis and İmaret, started hosting our academic programs.
These schools which served education for centuries are located on Suleymaniye Külliyesi at the top of seven hills that determine the silhouette of Istanbul, and was built by Mimar Sinan upon request of Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent. These schools have created space for many teaching activities of Ibn Haldun University in the field of Islamic sciences and it was restored to offer a suitable service.
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