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كلية دار العلوم
|President||Mohammed Saleh Tawfiq Abu al-Hasan|
Dar al-Ulum (Arabic: كلية دار العلوم, kullīya dār al-ʿulūm), is an educational institution designed to produce students with both an Islamic and modern secondary education. It was founded in 1871 and is now a faculty of Cairo University; it became commonly called Faculty of Dar al-Ulum.
The Faculty has 6 majors in Islamic studies, Arabic, and philosophy. Most of graduates work as teachers after getting required diploma from Faculty of Education.
Dar al-ʿUlum was incorporated into Cairo University in 1946 and is now referred to as “The Faculty of Dar al-ʿUlum.” The Faculty is delegated by Cairo University to offer B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. degrees in Arabic language and literature & Islamic studies.
- Hassan al-Banna (1906-1949): Egyptian Islamic theorist and politician.
- Ahmad Haikal (1922-2006): Egyptian writer and minister of culture between 1985-1987.
- Mohammed Abdel Halim Abdallah (1913-1970): Egyptian novelist.
- Farouk Shousha (1936-2016): Egyptian poet and writer.
- Abdul Azim al-Deeb (1929-2010): Egyptian Islamic scholar.
- Sayyid Qutb (1906-1966): Egyptian author, educator, Islamic theorist, poet, and a leading member of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood in the 1950s and 1960s
- David C. Kinsey, “Efforts for Educational Synthesis under Colonial Rule: Egypt and Tunisia,” Comparative Education Review, Vol. 15, No. 2, Colonialism and Education. (Jun., 1971), pp. 172–187.Cited in Kinsey’s article:
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- Yacoub Artin, L'instruction publique en Egypte (Paris: Leroux, 1890);
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- Robert L. Tignor, Modernization and British Colonial Rule in Egypt, 1882-1914 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1966);
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- Abu Al-Futouh Ahmad Radwan, Old and New Forces in Egyptian Education (N.Y: Teachers College, Columbia University, 1951);
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