ULUM Journal of Religious Studies covers topics related to Social and Human Sciences/Religion (Islam, religion, ethics, history, law, linguistics, philosophy, psychology, sociology, education).
ULUM Journal of Religious Studies aims to increase and share the knowledge in this field at national and international level by publishing studies that will contribute to the field in Islamic sciences in Turkish, English, Arabic and Russian languages.
The target audience of ULUM Journal of Religious Studies is academics, researchers, graduate students and related academic institutions and organizations.
ULUM Journal of Religious Studies is an open access journal published electronically twice a year, on 31 June and 31 December.
ULUM Journal of Religious Studies started its publication life in 2018, transferred to ULUM Islamic Sciences Education and Research Center in 2020, and continues to be published under the name of Ankara Yildirim Beyazıt University Faculty of Islamic Sciences Publications in 2022.
Studies submitted to the ULUM Journal of Religious Studies are subjected to the referee process in which the double-blind refereeing system is operated with precision. In addition, all articles are screened for plagiarism in order to prevent publication ethics violations, and a prerequisite is that the similarity rate should not exceed 20%.
ULUM Journal of Religious Studies is indexed by Index Islamicus, Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and EBSCO-Central&Eastern European Academic Source (CEEAS). ULUM is an "international indexed" journal.