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How do students studying fulltime at a hawza support themselves financially?

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How do students studying fulltime at a hawza support themselves financially?

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If a student is resident at a hawza or registered with a hawza programme fulltime, then tuition fees, accommodation, food and basic needs are either provided or paid for through monthly stipends (called shahriyya). The shahriyya for one who is married may be higher than that for one who is single. Given the comparative lower cost of living in places like Iran, Syria and Iraq, hawza students from the West who migrate to such places in the Middle East for hawza studies, may even find it affordable to support themselves and pay for their own expenses (at least in part) in exchange for better living circumstances or the independence of their study programmes, tutors, etc. In some places, offices of the maraji may also offer monthly stipends to students who register themselves with their offices. Other students may even be supported by Islamic organizations and/or their own local Islamic communities with an agreement to come back and serve the community/organization for a few years upon the

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If a student is resident at a hawza or registered with a hawza programme fulltime, then tuition fees, accommodation, food and basic needs are either provided or paid for through monthly stipends (calledshahriyya). Theshahriyyafor one who is married may be higher than that for one who is single.Given the comparative lower cost of living in places like Iran, Syria and Iraq, hawza students from the West who migrate to such places in the Middle East for hawza studies, may even find it affordable to support themselves and pay for their own expenses (at least in part) in exchange for better living circumstances or the independence of their study programmes, tutors, etc.In some places, offices of themarajimay also offer monthly stipends to students who register themselves with their offices.

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