Language of Instruction:
English and Hebrew
Master of Arts
The Bible: Cultural and Historical Context; The Bible and the Ancient Near East
Academia, research, religious leadership
Two years (four semesters)
August (Summer Ulpan) or October (degree program); check the academic calendar
Bachelor’s degree, relevant background in Bible studies
May 15; late applications reviewed on a case-by-case basis
For financial information, see Tuition & Fees for Graduate students
Why M.A. in the Bible & the Ancient Near East?
- Become a scholar of the Bible in a variety of contexts.
- Gain a solid foundation in both Biblical and Modern Hebrew.
- Soak up the culture and history of the sacred city of Jerusalem.
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Questions about the Curriculum
Email Prof. Nili Wazana
Academic Head of the M.A. in the Bible and Ancient Near East
Questions about Admission, Housing, and Other Practical Matters
Email the Division of Graduate Studies
Call us: +972 2 588 3184