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No formal class. Classes can be arranged by email based on interest.
Introductory through Intermediate courses offered.
St. Thomas University offers Beginner Irish Language Levels 1 and 2 annually as part of our Minor in Irish Studies. Courses available to registered students.Credit available.
No formal classes. Instruction an be arranged depending on interest or demand. Contact via email to arrange or set up a meeting. Anything from Basic to Advanced Level may be provided.Non-Credit available.
A two-semester credit course is given at the university every second year. Non-credit classes for beginners are sometimes available when the credit course is not in session. An informal reading group for slightly more advanced students meets weekly at members' homes during the Fall and Winter.Non-Credit available.
Saint Francis Xavier now offers full-year credit courses in first year and second year Irish Gaelic as well as four courses (first year through fourth year) in Scottish Gaelic. In addition, we now offer a B.A. honours degree in Celtic Studies.Credit available.
Bunrang (Beginners): Room 407, Watson Hall, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
Thursdays, 6 - 7 p.m.
Meánrang ag teach Bob MacDiarmid, 202 Main Street, Kingston, ON
Every Wednesday, 6 - 7:15 p.m.
Ardrang ag Ben's Pub, 105 Clergy East, Kingston, ON
Gach Céadaoin, 7 - 9 i.n.
Teacher, Mairin PadgettNon-Credit available.