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If you are passionate about the Gaelic language and its future development within the community then this internationally-acclaimed BA (Hons) Gaelic and Development course is for you.
With specialists in the Gaelic language very much in demand throughout Scotland, this broad-ranging degree will give you an excellent grounding in minority language planning and will give you the practical knowledge and work skills to explore how it is applied in communities today.
This course aims to provide you with an education and training in Gaelic language and community development. You will compare Gaelic and its communities with minority languages and cultures elsewhere and you will have the opportunity to spend a semester at university in Ireland or Canada.
We offer modern student accommodation at a number of our locations.
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Number of hours per week indicates the total number of hours you should dedicate to the course, which includes time spent in lectures and your own time spent on individual study and research.
For students normally domiciled in Scotland or the European Union/EEA (outside of the UK) and with a term time address in Scotland, the following fees apply:
|Full-time (120 credit modules) per year||£1,820||£1,820|
|Part-time (structured) (3 x 20 credit modules) per year||£645||£645|
|Part-time (unstructured per module) (per 20 credit module)||£215||£215|
For students normally domiciled in the rest of the UK (England, Wales and N. Ireland) and with a term time address in Scotland studying this course full time, the following fees apply:
*4th year free only for students studying full-time who have paid for the previous 3 years at the University of the Highlands and Islands.
Part-time (per 20 credit module) - £1,340 (2017-18) and £1,500 (2018-19).
Fees are payable in advance each academic year unless otherwise agreed.
There are a number of funding options available to UK and EU students to help you pay for your studies and your cost of living whilst studying.
For students who do not normally reside in the UK or European Union and with a term-time address in Scotland, the following fees apply:
|Full-time (120 credit modules) per year||£10,500||£11,100|
|Part-time (structured) (3 x 20 credit modules) per year**||£5,250||£5,550|
|Part-time (unstructured per module) (per 20 credit module)**||£1,750||£1,850|
**There is no part-time study option for Tier 4 sponsored international students.
Further information on international course fees.
A no fee increase guarantee is available for self-funding full-time and structured part-time RUK and International undergraduate students for continuous and contiguous study for the same award, up to the permitted standard time limit for the relevant award.
External scholarships and financial support may be available. Contact your enrolling college for more information.
Once you have successfully completed your Gaelic and Development degree, you might like to consider a career in:
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If you are really keen to develop your Gaelic and to get the best job opportunities then this university should be seriously considered. I have had a very enjoyable and unique experience here and would recommend it to anyone. Attending a smaller campus has allowed me to work much more closely with staff and students than at a larger university.
Innes McQueen is in his third year of the BA (Hons) Gaelic and Development at our Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI campus on Skye.
I relocated to study here at Sabhal Mòr Ostaig on the Isle of Skye. It appealed to me as the campus focus is entirely on Gaelic and I'm interested in the development of minority languages. A primary school placement in my first year gave me the opportunity to develop my language and social skills. I would like to be a Gaelic Development Officer or pursue another career involving Gaelic.
Tabitha Freeburn, third year student, BA (Hons) Gaelic and Development, Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI campus.
We are delighted that you are thinking about studying at the University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI). UHI operates a fair and open admissions system committed to equality of opportunity and non-discrimination. We consider all applications on merit and on the basis of ability to achieve, without discrimination on grounds of gender, age, disability, ethnicity and socio-economic background. We welcome applications from all prospective students and aim to provide appropriate and efficient services to students with disabilities.