Al-Hikmah University is an Islamic university located in Ilorin, Kwara State, Nigeria. It was founded in 2005 by AbdulRaheem Oladimeji Islamic Foundation (AROIF) based in Nigeria and World Assembly of Muslim Youths (WAMY) based in Jeddah. Professor Muhammed Taofeek Olalekan Ibrahim is the immediate past Vice-chancellor. He was succeeded by Professor Noah Yusuf who is now the current Vice-chancellor. The goal of Al-Hikmah University is to be a center of intellectual and moral excellence.
The University came into existence via the granting of an operating license to run as a Conventional Private University by the Federal Government of Nigeria License No. 010 on 7 January 2005. It commenced academic activities during the 2005–2006 academic session with 70 students spread across the three take-off colleges: Humanities, Management Sciences and Natural Sciences.