UHL and the École Biblique et Archéologique Française

Supplementary studies in Bible, Language and the Archaeology of the Holy Land are available to UHL students through a cooperative program with the École Biblique et Archéologique Française de Jérusalem.

This renowned institution, with more than a century of service and research in the Holy Land, has been home to such acclaimed scholars and archaeologists as Louis-Hugues Vincent, Roland de Vaux (the excavator of Qumran), Justin Taylor, and currently Jerome Murphy-O’Connor, Étienne Nodet and Jean-Baptiste Humbert.

Although the majority of course offerings have traditionally been in French, an increasing number are being offered in English. Through our policy of cross registration, UHL students and École Biblique students are eligible to participate in and receive academic credit for courses at both institutions.