Ustadh Mohibur Rahman
Ustadh Mohibur Rahman began his Islamic studies in his teens. After being inspired by his teachers at his secondary school he decided to take up studies at Ebrahim College in 2003, where he studied his A-levels along with the Alimiyyah Programme. He successfully completed his A-Levels attaining A-C in the all the subjects. Thereafter, he continued his studies at EC for another 3 years, completing the Alimiyyah Programme. For his final year (in Hadith) in 2009, he travelled to Bangladesh and graduated from the famous Madrasah Qasim Al-Ulum, in Sylhet, Bangladesh (Dargah Shah Jalal Madrasah).
Ustadh Mohib was also fortunate enough to have studied a dying science known as Sab’ Qira`ah at Ebrahim College under his tajweed teacher Shaykh Mujahid Ali. After completing the seven styles of recitals, he received Ijazah for it from Shaykh Mujahid Ali in 2009.
After his graduation in 2010, Maulana Mohib took up teaching again at Safar Academy in North London. He is also part of the Syllabus Development Team at Safar Academy, where he and a group of scholars under the guidance of Maulana Hasan Ali are developing a curriculum for young children who study at Maktab level.
Ustadh Mohib is also currently serving as the Adult Learning Co-ordinator at Ebrahim College, as well as a lecturer in the Adult Learning department.