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Pathways - Evening classes Cuairtean - Clasaichean oidhche

Lots of people begin their Gaelic journey at an evening class.

You can learn Gaelic at an evening class. There are plenty of places to learn! There are classes taking places in schools, colleges and universities. There are also classes taking place in cafès and all sorts of places. Why not watch the video to find out how learners are getting on with their evening classes?

This learner sums up lots of people’s experience! “I decided to start a Gaelic night class and fortunately there was one starting at Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu with Glasgow Life it was on Monday evening it worked quite well for me. it was relatively informal. Rocked up the first day with absolutely no Gaelic at all I think Uisge-beatha was the best I could’ve mastered at that point at that point.”

Find an evening class

We have lots of evening classes listed in our course finder. These range from ones run at universities and colleges to more informal gatherings.

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