Courses can be custom designed for you and your group to include guided cultural walks, stimulating talks, ceils, drama and sing songs. We can design and deliver what your group requires including on campus catering and accommodation.
Our traditional gaeltacht course is available on all of the summer courses that we have available. This traditional option allows you to enjoy the coliste uisce ethos of a strong focus on the development of conversational irish, which we have intertwined with water sport activities, this builds confidence and leadership skills along with.
Enjoy learning irish with oideas gaels irish language courses and cultural activity holidays for adults in the breathtaking donegal gaeltacht, ireland.
Gael linns gaeltacht courses for adults are held in gaoth dobhair, co. Donegal, which is one of the largest irish-speaking areas in the country. The classes take place in acadamh na hollscolaochta gaeilge (or ionad na hollscoile according to google maps).
The courses provided by coliste na bhfiann are suited to irish speakers of all levels. It is important to chose the course most suitable to the young person. These courses are designed to improve the young persons command of the language in a structured yet friendly atmosphere.
Back to the gaeltacht an adult emigrant returns to learn irish.
Our current programme includes language classes for adults and teenagers, learning support materials, and opportunities to use the language. Gael linns summer colleges for teenagers are organised in three major gaeltacht areas two in donegal and one in west cork. Courses in these centres are run during june, july and august each year.
Summer courses will run every week from 28062020 - 15082020 teachers may do one, two or three weeks during the months of july and august. One to one help while in the gaeltacht to all scgocg teachers who didnt attend primary or secondary school in ireland.
Colist chorca dhuibne is an irish college in the dingle gaeltacht providing irish courses for the 10-18 age group. Courses are held in ceann tr, an fheothanach, lios pil, an mhuiroch and baile an fheirtÃ©araigh.
They instilled in me a love for the irish language and its heritage. I later studied irish at nuim and tcd and i use the irish language daily throughout my school where i am principal.