Here’s How Muslim Students Can Be Rewarded With Over £1000
The Allamah Tabatabai Award seeks to support and reward GCSE and A-Level students and is open for 2018. The award aims to recognise students who excel academically, awarding them for their achievements. By equipping them with life skills and giving them the necessary support, the award helps to nurture their academic, spiritual, and personal growth in order to ensure that they are able to become successful in all aspects of their lives.
All GCSE and A-Level students with the minimum requirement grades will receive a certificate, entry to the mentoring scheme, and a subsidised international trip (minimum requirement grades are available on www.ataward.co.uk). In addition to these prizes, the top three students at both GCSE and A-Level will receive cash prizes totaling over £1000.
As well as the prestigious AT Award, a range of cash prizes and subsidised trips, each participant is also assigned a mentor that helps them with their academic journey, offering advice and guidance. The mentoring scheme is a key aspect of the Allamah Tabatabai Award, providing students with support during crucial years of their lives. One previous winner has said:
“The mentoring scheme has introduced us to current experts in the industry, being an invaluable step forward into networking.”
By being named after one of the greatest scholars in recent history, the award provides a role model to students. It is narrated by Ayatullah Jafar Subhani that Allamah Tabatabai, the author of the famous Tafsir Al-Mizan, was completely dedicated to his studies and research. He serves as an inspiration to students of all ages, showing them how seeking an education can help them get closer to God. AT Award encourages all students to seek knowledge and prosper in their areas of interest, allowing them to reflect on God’s creation and further develop their own personal relationship with God.
For more information and to register, please the AT Award website here.