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Language Provision:
Manx

The following Institutions support Manx

Institution

Name of Institution

 Oslo University  

Department

 Department of Linguistics 

Website of Department

 www.hf.uio.no/ilf/english/index.html 

Description

Within the Department of Linguistics Bachelor and Masters degrees may be taken in Celtic and Irish studies. Modern and Earlier Irish language and literature are taught. Manx and Scottish Gaelic language are also taught. Research groups focus on linguistic research related to different languages, i9ncluding Celtic.  More Information

Name of Institution

 Queen's University Belfast  

Department

 Language Centre 

Website of Department

 www.qub.ac.uk/lc/ 

Description

The Department of Irish and Celtic emphasises the teaching of Modern Irish throughout the degree scheme. Modules in Scottish Gaelic, Welsh and Cornish may also be selected as options. Similarly, a wide range of subjects is also offered at Masters Degree level, and students may progress to doctoral research.  More Information

Name of Institution

 Universit├Ąt Bonn  

Department

 Sprachwissenschaftliches Insti 

Website of Department

 www.sprachwissenschaft.uni-bon 

Description

Students may take a degree in Celtic within the Celtic department. Language and literature courses are offered in Modern and Earlier Irish, Modern and Earlier Welsh, Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Breton and Cornish.  More Information

Name of Institution

 Universit├Ąt Mannheim  

Department

 Anglistische Linguistik 

Website of Department

  

Description

A range of Celtic language courses are taught and are offered at ab initio level. These consist of Manx, Scottish Gaelic, Modern Welsh, Cornish and Modern Irish language.
Modern Irish, Manx, Scottish Gaelic and Modern Welsh may be studied as a minor element of a primary degree. Cornish is offered intermittently.  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 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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