Born in the city of Hebron in the West Bank, Majid Nasser Eddin obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Arabic language from Egypt’s Ain Shams University. Thereafter, he moved to Libya where he taught Arabic for 17 years before returning to Jordan. For the next 18 years, he taught at the Rawdat Al-Ma'aref School (RAMS).
In addition to teaching at RAMS, Mr. Nasser Eddin was heavily involved in designing the Arabic language curricula for IGCSE students and for foreign students. He was also active in various school activities including the supervision of cultural and media publications, the organization of cultural activities and the management of school competitions.
Mr. Nasser Eddin joined King's Academy in 2007 as a teacher of Arabic in the Department of Communication, Rhetoric and the Literary Arts (CRLA).