On-site formation

About on-site studies


The on-site formation is divided into 3 departments:

  • The Holy Quran department.
  • Muslim Theology department.
  • Arabic language department.

The on-site formation consists of studying on the IESH campus in one of the 3 departments in boarding school, formula including accommodation, catering and teaching, or half-board, with catering and teaching only or as day school formula which only includes teaching provided on site.

Classes are taught from Monday to Friday mainly in the morning for an average of 20 hours per week, students are free to stay or leave the campus during the weekend.

Student Affairs Contact

00333 86 79 47 67

Monday to Thursday 8 am-1pm
Friday 8 am-12pm

On-site studies at IESH, is ideal for astudent who wishes to devote himself fully to his studies while enjoying a spiritual atmosphere, in the heart of eleven hectares of a green nature scenery.


The IESH offers you to come and study on campus in one of the three departments under 3 different formulas:

  • Full board formula: accommodation, catering, education
  • Half board formula: catering and teaching
  • Day school option: teaching only

Department of Arabic Language

Duration of the course: 2 years


The Arabic language course lasts two years at the end of which the student is awarded, if successful, a diploma attesting to a high qualification in the Arabic language.

An aptitude test is planned the first day of the school year, in order to divide the classes according to the levels of each one and therefore to guarantee homogeneity in the classes.

The courses given will allow the student to acquire solid foundations for further study in the field of Muslim theology.

Muslim Theology

Duration of the course: 3 years


The Department of Muslim Theology offers the student a comprehensive training in the field of islamic studies.

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Holy Quran

Duration of the course: 2 years


Memorization of the Holy Quran at the IESH is carried out during a two-year course depending, of course, on the memorization capacities specific to each student.

The expected memorization pace being two pages daily.

The primary objective of the first year is enabling the student to become a qualified reciter from his first year.