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.

There are opportunities for people to spend some or all of their sabbatical time at St George’s College.

Sabbatical opportunities are available for people who are engaged in research and writing projects that are relevant to the mission of the College and which will benefit from our location in Jerusalem. During their time of residence Sabbatical Scholars contribute to the work of the College by offering teaching or chaplaincy services to the College. The extent and nature of these contributions vary from person to person, and in each case is negotiated in advance with the Dean. The fee for sabbaticals at the College is to be agreed.

Recent Sabbatical Scholars include:

October 2016
The Very Revd Andrew Nunn, Dean of Southwark Cathedral, London

November 2016
Dr. David Cohen, Head of Biblical Studies, Vose Seminary, Australia

April/May 2017
Assoc. Prof. John Kaltner, Virginia Ballou McGehee Professor of Muslim-Christian Relations, Rhodes College

July 2017
Bishop Isaiah Chambala (Diocese of Kiteto, Tanzania)

Please contact the Dean: The Very Revd. Canon Richard Sewell                                                  for further information