At just 14-years-old Yasha Asley, an Iranian-British boy, has joined the University of Leicester as a part time lecturer tutorial instructor, helping adult students solve math problems.  

Asley, whose father is Iranian, is a degree student at the university - where he became the youngest pupil to ever join the institute. He is now the youngest employee too. 

He was interviewed and offered the paid job when he was 13-years-old, which ultimately forced the admin staff to apply to Leicester city council for special permission for employment. 

"I am having the best years of my life. I love going to university and I love my new job helping other students," Alsey said, according to The Sun.

Asley is known as the "human calculator" and speaks four languages, including Arabic.

"He started reading very young and picked up English, French, Arabic and Farsi"

Asley attended a state primary school before he was guaranteed a spot to study degree level math when he was just 12 years old. 

Prior to that, the math genius was being tutored at Leicester University since he was 8-years-old after passing six exam modules with a top grade. 

He is currently in his final year and plans to obtain a Phd soon after. 

"I am just so proud watching him flourish and grow doing something he loves," Asley's father said

"He is so good at understanding problems and explaining them in a clear way, he is perfect for the job."