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Earlier Breton

The following Institutions support Earlier Breton

Institution

Name of Institution

 Aberystwyth  

Department

 Y Gymraeg / Welsh 

Website of Department

 www.aber.ac.uk/cymraeg 

Description

The department of Welsh at Aberystwyth offers a single honours degree scheme in Celtic Studies, which offers students the opportunity to study Irish as well as Welsh, and Scottish Gaelic and Breton may also be selected as options.  More Information

Name of Institution

 Philipps-Universit√§t Marburg  

Department

 Fachgebt. Vergleichende Sprach 

Website of Department

 www.uni-marburg.de/ios/sprachw 

Description

Celtic languages are taught within the department of Comparative Linguistics.
A degree course is offered in Celtic Studies. Modules in Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Manx, Welsh, Breton and Cornish are offered intermittently. Students may also progress to a Masters degree and doctoral research in Celtic Studies.  More Information

Name of Institution

 RENNES 2  

Department

 Breton et Celtique 

Website of Department

  

Description

Celtic Studies is taught within the department of Breton and Celtic Studies. Degree students of Breton may take modules in Welsh and Irish from first to third year of their degree. Modern Breton, Welsh and Irish may be studied at ab initio level. Courses in these languages vary from grammatical and oral, to literature studies. A Masters degree is also taught which offers students a range of modules in Breton.  More Information

Name of Institution

Université de Bretagne Occidentale

Department

 Celtic department 

Website of Department

 www.univ-brest.fr/search_full_text.php?page=affiche_formation&class=formation405029dcc968a 

Description

A degree in Celtic may be taken within the Celtic department. Modern and Earlier Breton, and Modern and Earlier Irish may be studied at full undergraduate degree level. Sociolinguistics form a core part of Breton and Celtic Studies. A certificate can be obtained in Celtic grammar and philology.  More Information

Name of Institution

 University of Cambridge  

Department

 Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic 

Website of Department

 www.asnc.cam.ac.uk 

Description

Studies include the history of the Gaelic-speaking peoples, in Scotland, Ireland, and elsewhere, and the history of the Brittonic speaking peoples, in Brittany, Wales, and elsewhere, from the fourth century to the twelfth. Furthermore, modules may be taken in Medieval Welsh language and literature, and in Medieval Irish language and literature.  More Information

Name of Institution

 University of Copenhagen  

Department

 Department of Linguistics 

Website of Department

 www.cphling.dk/index-uk.html 

Description

Teaching and research in Indo-European Studies, including Celtic, are offered within the Department of Linguistics. Modules in Comparative Celtic grammar, Irish language, Earlier Breton and Welsh are taught occasionally. Earlier Irish may be studied at postgraduate Masters level.  More Information

Name of Institution

 University of Uppsala  

Department

 English 

Website of Department

 www.engelska.uu.se 
Description The Department of English Studies includes a Celtic Section, which aims to give students a comprehensive understanding of the other indigenous languages and cultures of the British Isles. There are currently three major courses of study: Old and Middle Irish, Modern Irish, and Welsh, each of which may be continued to doctoral level. A course in Scottish Gaelic is also offered. Breton is offered intermittently.  More Information

 

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