Bukhari Abdullah Rasool was born on 9th March, 1990 in Erbil. In 2012, he graduated in English Department, in the College of Languages, in Salahaddin University. Employed after the graduation, he worked as an assistant in the German Department, and he worked as an assistant in Record Department in the College of Languages. In 2013, he supervised the students of the same department for a one-month-academic trip organized by Salahaddin University to Leipzig University in Germany. In Germany, he collaborated with the German teachers of Herder Institute in teaching students Culture and Language. He has taught English language in more than 8 institutions and language centers, among them is Cambridge School Service. At his college life, he presented many seminars and activities. His current M.A. Thesis is entitled:
Illusion and Reality in Sophocles' Oedipus Rex and Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Supervised by Assist. Prof. Dr. Tara Dabbagh.
He teaches English language in both French and Arabic Departments.
He teaches Academic Debate and Critical Thinking in TIU University.
He teaches Phonetics in TIU University.
He taught Communication skills in TIU University.
He teaches Literature Survey in Basic Education SUE
He teaches English language in Oxford Zireen Institute-Erbil.
Supervised students of English Department for research projects
He established the National Academic Debate Competition in University Level 2019