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Pathways - Distance Learning Cuairtean - Ag ionnsachadh aig astar

If you don't have access to a class near you, think about distance lerning. Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the University of Dundee, the Atlantic Gaelic Academy (AGA) all run distance learning courses.

There are plenty of Scottish Gaelic distance learning courses. Plenty of colleges like Sabhal Mòr Ostaig and Telford College run courses where you can attain qualifications in Scottish Gaelic through distance learning. Increasingly we see establishments such as the University of Dundee and the Atlantic Gaelic Academy (AGA) run distance learning courses. Watch out for a number of innovative tutors who run online courses, they’ve built great resources on YouTube and Facebook too!

Find a distance learning option

Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the University of Dundee, the Atlantic Gaelic Academy (AGA) all run distance learning courses. In addition to that there an army of passionate tutors happy to help on Skype and through other online tools. Many of them have created great resources and can support you through them. Check out our Course Finder for more information.

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Many of Scotland's universities offer Gaelic as a degree or part of a course at all different levels.

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Why not make learning Gaelic a family activity?

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People learn Gaelic today for many reasons. Some want to connect with their culture and other people want to better understand place names of Scotland. People often learn Gaelic because they want to sing the beautiful songs of the language.

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