Allamah Tabatab’i Award for hard working and high achieving students

Following a successful year in 2015, the Allamah Tabataba’i Award proudly announce the opening of the Allamah Tabatab’i Award, an initiative to acknowledge and award hard working students.

In this day and age education level of the young members of the community has crucial and decisive role for the future of that community and society. In order to succeed in this path, the obstacles and misguidance has to be minimised for the youth to flourish.

Apart from basic religious studies that is expected from each individual member of the community, there are numerous recommendations and emphasise on further education in different branches of sciences.

The Allamah Tabatab’i Award has been created to support young (GCSE & A-level) students who have succeeded in achieving the highest grades in their studies but are in need of guidance to take their next step into higher education.

Considering the positive impact of awarding and recognising the hard work of students, it is necessary to systematically identify, praise and nurture academically gifted students within our community. The  Allamah Tabatab’i Award would like to establish a mechanism for students to be seen by their community, encouraging youths to educations and portraying the emphasis made by Islam on education.

The Allamah Tabatab’i Award provides students with inspirational leadership, guidance and support to improve their own future prospects as well as their communities. GCSE and A-level students are presented prestigious awards and prizes in the award ceremony, on 18th of Sept 2016.

Register by 8th of July at: