After graduating from Brunel University (UK) in Industrial Design Engineering (Bsc.Hons), Mohamad Nasrin Nasir changed his field to Islamic studies for his Masters and Islamic thought and philosophy for his PhD. His Masters dissertation titled “A Brief Critique on John Wansbrough’s methodology towards the Qur’an” was awarded a distinction by the Islamic College for Advanced Studies, which is affiliated to the Middlesex University, UK. His Ph.D thesis was an edition of the Haqqul Yaqin a metaphysical text of the 17th century Acheh. He has taught at various private colleges and institutions in Malaysia, England and Brunei. He has presented at various conferences around the world including the UK, Paris, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, Cambodia and Korea. He is also a former editor to the web-based journal Palestinian Internationalist. His academic articles have appeared in international peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Islamic Philosophy (USA), Journal of Islamic Studies Oxford and al-Shajarah the journal of the International Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization, Malaysia. He is also a regular contributor to the Muslim World Book Review (UK). He currently is the Head of the Manuscript Research Centre located at the Institute of Malay world & civilization (ATMA), UKM.