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If you are keen to re-establish Gaelic either in Scotland or from overseas this programme gives you a strong grounding in historical contexts,and cultural and creative immersion in Gaelic. The programme is run in partnership with Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Isle of Skye and is fully funded by the Scottish Government. It covers a range of theoretical, historical and policy perspectives relating to immersion and bilingual teaching of Gaelic education. You learn the principles of how to teach Gaelic in the classroom.
Courses include: Professional Language Development with Theoretical Principles - Confident use of Gaelic in the Classroom and Professoinal Language Development with Principles and Theory - Gaelic Medium Practice
Industry Links and Careers
Careers with Gaelic Medium Education degree can be within teaching from primary to college level. You may also get involved in community enterprise, development and heritage tourism especially within Gaelic speaking areas of the world.
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Why Study at Aberdeen?
- We offer you a unique partnership to really progress your Gaelic skills between University of Aberdeen and Sabhal Mor Ostaig on Skye where there is a college specifically devoted to language, tradition and culture of Gaelic speaking areas
- The programme is offered by blended learning so you can study it remotely as face to face is online and tutorials are by telephone.for most of it.
- Start Date – September
- Delivery – Blended
- Study Options – Part Time
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