Study Programs
For individuals and groups wanting to go beyond a pilgrimage program, St George’s College offers a range of more challenging study programs as well as facilities for research. Many of these programs can gain academic credit at colleges, seminaries, and universities, or points for continuing education and professional development requirements. We welcome scholars who wish to use our library or work with the archaeological materials from Tel Dothan in the Benshoof Cistern Museum.

Academic Credit

We encourage those who are studying theology at institutions in their homeland, to contact our Dean about how work can be completed here at St. George’s College for academic credit.

St George’s College is a member of Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion, and also enjoys partnerships with several other colleges and universities around the world.

Please email Dean Richard Sewell dean@ 


Academic Partnerships

Our current academic partners are listed below. We welcome conversations with other institutions who are interested in establishing a partnership with us.

Berkeley Divinity School at Yale

The Porter Fellowship is a ten year partnership between St George’s College and the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale, supported by the H. Boone and Violet M. Porter Foundation. The Fellowship funds a seminarian of Berkeley Divinity School to serve an extended period (typically 9 months) in residence at St George’s College, Jerusalem. While at St. George’s College, the work will include teaching, sharing in hospitality functions as related to the students, worship, and ongoing help with various projects in our community.

Virginia Theological Seminary

The Center for Anglican Communion Studies at VTS has a long-term partnership agreement with St George’s College. Students from VTS undertake programs at the College.