InshAllah really your wishes come true.
I would love to do this with you, because I wish i know each day a little bit more and more about Islam.
But also would be nice if you might share with your knowledge even here. hehe...
Best of luck for you
Stay safe an healthy.
And one of most nice things after you will know it InshAllah - that you can read the Quran in Arabic language =)))))))))))
Shaykh Haitham al-Haddad was born in Saudi Arabia and studied for
12 years with various scholars in Saudi Arabia including Shaykh Abdul Aziz bin Baz and Shaykh Abdullah bin Jibreen. He has an ijaza from Shaykh Abdullah bin Aqeel including Islamic jurisprudence and principles of Islamic jurisprudence.
Shaykh Haitham sits on the board of advisors of a number of key Islamic organisations in the United Kingdom, including the Islamic Sharia Council of britain. Shaykh Haitham al-Haddads speciality is in principles of Islamic jurisprudence, Islamic law and Islamic finance.
It is in his capacity as a UK shariah court judge that we asked the Shaykh to deliver this lecture. It will draw on his extensive experience in dealing with marital problems from a practical perspective and provide insights that should benefit us all inshallah.
Here's their website, were you can find their syllabus and other things:
http://www.mediu.edu.my [click here]
Brother Fatih, I suggest that you also look into some other islamic institutes (such as Umm al Qurra, etc.) and then make Istikarah.
To tell you the truth, I used to have this desire to go to Medinah University like you, but after looking over at the syllabi of the Islamic courses, I really didn't feel impressed to go there anymore.
Now, I've intended to Inshallah Ta Alla go to the UK, and study Islamic Law under Sh. Haitham al Haddad, then later study under Sh. Muhammad Yacub, Sh. Nabil al Awadi, etc. Hifizhumullah
I'm currently 15 and I'm going to take my GED at 16 and go to medina to study islam inshAllah. I'm already a hafiz so I would love to learn arabic.
Anyone else wanna do this as well, we could go together haha.
InshaAllah brother you will do well, although I think that people do place too much emphasis on certain universities .
The most important thing is Ikhlaas, and to devote yourself to the Deen by learning and implementing what you can, to visit and sit with the known scholars of Ahlus Sunnah wal jama'ah, in fact, a lot can be done at home, by listening to the major scholars of recent times who explain the various books.. and then by keeping good contact with scholars too. Madinah university and others are good in the sense they are basic stepping points. The syllabus simply presents a few things from what is a lifetime endevour.
It is certainly difficult when people are living in environments which are far from the places where the Ulema reside. may Allah help us.