The Darul Ulum College of Victoria comprises of two campuses, with the original campus situated in Fawkner serving as the founding location. Recently, a new campus named Darul Ulum Academy has been inaugurated in Mickleham.
At Darul Ulum College, we are committed to providing quality education in an Islamic environment that teaches students responsibility, the best of moral values and respect for others. We want to enable our students to be creative thinkers, positive contributors to the wider Australian community and become future leaders.
Our contemporary curriculum and religious values facilitate for the development of academic excellence and spiritual growth. At Darul Ulum College, we are focused on providing students with a strong foundation in Islamic and academic knowledge, critical thinking skills and practical application of their learning.
Darul Ulum College An Australian Independent school with underlying Islamic values. You have the opportunity to equip your child with academic excellence and spiritual growth, empower them to be the best they can for their future. Enrol your children in Darul Ulum College now.
We believe that parent participation in Darul Ulum College is an integral part of our students educational experience. Our parents have played a vital role in building a thriving community with our students at the core of all activities. We are proud by the commitment our parents, past and present, show for our School’s initiatives.
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Our school calendar serves as a valuable resource to keep students, parents, and staff informed about important events, holidays, and activities throughout the academic year. School calendar on our website is regularly updated to reflect any changes or additions.
Darul Ulum College has a Prayer Hall (Mosque) on site for the use of students, staff and visiting community members. The Mosque is open for public use even during college hours, although with certain restrictions.
Lead Coordinator - Primary Girls 3 -6 Girls, (Primary)
Sobia completed master’s in public administration with specialization in Human Resource Management from University of Karachi in 2001. To further enhance her knowledge base in the field of education, she pursued MA in Educational Planning Economics and Educational Development in 2006 from IOE, University of London. Being an ardent advocate of teacher licensing, she completed her Bachelor's in Education in 2008. She began her teaching career overseas and has over 25 years of experience in the field of education in different capacities. She is a Hubert Humphry Fellow and has completed one-year training in the area of Educational Planning and Management from Vanderbilt University, in 2012.
She joined Darul ULUM College of Victoria in 2015 as a Primary School Teacher after migrating to Australia in 2013. She has worked as a Level Coordinator for Year Level 4-6 in 2017. Since 2018, she is working as the Lead Coordinator for F-3. Her role mainly involves management and collaboration with sub-school teams, curriculum implementation and monitoring student progress.
Sobia is a passionate learner and believes strongly in life-long learning which she feels instills the love of learning in her students.
Lead Coordinator - Primary Girls F -2 Girls (Primary)
Nurhidayati Ali began her teaching career in Singapore in 2003. She has experience teaching in both Primary and Secondary school. Nurhidayati graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Education) with Merit from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and a Master of Education (International Education) from Monash University.
Nurhidayati joined Darul Ulum College of Victoria in 2013 as a parent volunteer before taking up casual teaching position years later. She became a full-time teaching staff in 2016 and is committed to engage and inspire students to reach their full potential. She also motivates students to learn and grow while upholding their Islamic beliefs and identities.
Cem Huseyin is a graduate of B. Com. (Tas.), Dip Ed. (Melb.) and has been teaching for over twenty-five years in a myriad of schools in both Tasmania and Victoria, in the public as well as the private sectors across Year 7 to Year 12.
In Hobart, he taught in two different schools and he also spent two years in various part-time positions and relief teaching. In Melbourne, he initially taught at one of the Islamic schools and thereafter joined Darul Ulum College in 1999.
His lengthy involvement with the community varied from organising aid to poverty-stricken countries, being an active board member of Islamic organisations and running Islamic classes to adults, all of which is both a source of pride and satisfaction.
Currently employed at Darul Ulum College of Victoria in his nineteenth year, Cem is busy with not only educating students, but changing lives and making a difference.
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