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Full-time Courses - Gaelic and Related Culture

Full-time Courses - Gaelic and Related Culture

A number of educational establishments provide opportunities for the student to perfect their Gaelic skills, gain a deeper understanding of Gaelic history and culture and to study the language within its wider Celtic context. The courses offered are diverse and geared to different skill levels but they tend to be longer term or full-time in nature. Search through the list below to find the one which suits your needs and aspirations.





  • Full-time Courses
  • Gaelic in Glasgow University's Department of Celtic The University of Glasgow's Department of Celtic runs courses which are open to students of all faculties.Teaching and research work covers the ancient, medieval and modern periods in three Celtic languages, Scottish Gaelic, Irish, and Welsh.
  • Scottish Landscape Photography Enjoy a virtual tour of Scotland at this online gallery.
  • CLI - Tuition Database Here you can search Clì's database of Gaelic clubs, classes and courses around Scotland and the world.
  • Celtic at Aberdeen University While fostering the proper academic study of Celtic languages and cultures, Aberdeen University's Celtic Department is closely allied to the most modern Gaelic-related development programmes in the Highlands and Islands.
  • Colaisde Bheinn na Faoghla Colaisde Bheinn na Faoghla offers a range of locally taught Further and Higher Education courses in North and South Uist and Benbecula, including Gaelic Language & Music and Art & Design, sensitively exploiting the unique cultural and natural heritage of these islands.
  • Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the Gaelic College, Isle of Skye Sabhal Mòr Ostaig is a Further Education college on the Isle of Skye, teaching full-time courses through the medium of Gaelic. It also runs a broad range of short courses.
  • University of Edinburgh - Department of Celtic and Scottish Studies On 1 August 2001 the Department of Celtic and the School of Scottish Studies came together to form a single administrative unit, to be known as the Department of Celtic and Scottish Studies.
  • Gaelic at Lews Castle College, Stornoway This college offers courses in Gaelic, Communications, Arts & Languages
  • The School of Scottish Studies This is a centre for interdisciplinary research on Scottish subjects and is the only Scottish institution that undertakes the systematic and extensive recording of folklore and regional ethnology in the field.
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