Celtic Regional and Minority Languages Abroad Project
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The following Institutions support Other Languages

Institution

Name of Institution

 Humboldt Universität Berlin  

Department

 Institute for German Language and Linguistics 

Website of Department

 www2.hu-berlin.de/linguistik/ 

Description

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Name of Institution

 Moscow State University  

Department

 Germanic Linguistics Department 

Website of Department

 www.msu.ru/english/info/struct/facult/philol.html 

Description

Modern Breton, Welsh, Scottish Gaelic and Irish are taught at ab initio level.
Earlier Irish language and literature are taught. In addition, Gaulish language is offered.  More Information

Name of Institution

 National University of Ireland (Maynooth)

Department

 Roinn na Nua-Ghaeilge 

Website of Department

  

Description

Language and literature classes are offered in Scottish Gaelic, Modern and Earlier Welsh, and in Modern and Earlier Irish. Old and Modern Irish may be studied at degree, Masters and PhD level, whilst Scottish Gaelic, Modern and Earlier Welsh may be studied as minor elements of a degree. More Information

Name of Institution

 Philipps-Universität 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

 Universität 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

 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 Oxford  

Department

 Medieval and Modern Languages 

Website of Department

 www.mod-langs.ox.ac.uk 

Contact Name

Celtic may be studied at undergraduate level with another language or along with another subject. The course is designed to be manageable for beginners and to allow students to concentrate either on Irish or Welsh, or to study both together. The main teaching on the language side focuses on Welsh. The range of options for the second and final degree years is more extensive on the medieval side. Medieval Irish and Welsh may also be studied together so as to offer a grounding in the two main medieval Celtic literatures.  More Information

 

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