Imam Muhammad Habibur Rahman Khan began his Islamic education at a very young age. At the tender age of 11, in the year 2006, he was enrolled into the Al-Karam Secondary School where he spent five years of his academic life. After completing his GCSEs in 2011, he decided to pursue further Islamic education in the Al-Karam Higher Islamic Studies department, in which he completed the 3 year Diploma in Islamic Sciences & Classical Arabic Language in 2014.
Post graduation, the Imam joined the Cambridge Muslim College where he spent one year completing another Diploma, this time graduating with honours in the college's Diploma in Contextual Islamic Studies & Leadership under the tutelage of Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad.
He has since returned to Jamia Al-Karam to pursue further knowledge opting to study the 2 year Advanced Diploma in Islamic Sciences & Traditional Scholarship. Alongside this, he is also currently studying the BA Islamic Studies affiliated to Middlesex University.
Alongside his studies, Imam Habib has also been very active in many aspects. He has participated in many events by either hosting, reciting the Qur'an or singing Nasheeds. He was a member of the Al-Ni'ma Nasheed group, performing on a number of occasions and quite notably at the annual Gateway to Divine Mercy events. He has also delivered talks up and down the country, most notably at the University of Cambridge. Additionally, he has written many articles and has been on BBC Radio Sheffield and Radio Ramadan Sheffield.
He has experience in charity work with Muslim Charity as well as experience in hospital and prison chaplaincy after completing and attending courses at Addenbrokes Hospital in Cambridge and HM Prison Manchester.
Imam Habib is also very active within the community. He has taught at Jamia Masjid Gulzar-e-Habib, Sheffield and at Al Ansaar Academy in Abu Bakr Jamia Masjid, Cambridge. He was part of many events organised by the Cambridge University Islamic Society. He is currently a member of the organisation, An Nasiha.