Ustadh Rehan Salim is a postgraduate in the field of International Development, from the University of Manchester. He began his studies in the UK with the respected Open school, before travelling to Egypt where he focused on Arabic & Islamic studies, as well as completing a college diploma from Ma’had al-Azhar. He also attended the classes of Shaykh Ahmed Taha Rayyan and other respected teachers.

Thereafter, he travelled to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where he sought employment and continued seeking knowledge, particularly Shafi’i fiqh, hadith and other subjects with local scholars. He also completed a blended BA degree in Islamic Law (Shari’ah) from the Imam Muhammad University in Riyadh.

He is a Khateeb for a number of mosques and universities in the Northwest, and currently lives in Manchester with his wife and 2 children.