Welsh Language Courses

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University of Rio Grande, Ohio

The first ever on-line Welsh language learning course is now being offered by the Madog Center for Welsh Studies at the University of Rio Grande, Ohio, USA. The first 15 week long course has been highly successful and the Madog Center is now offering a second course which will start shortly. The non-credit fee for the course is $229.

If you are interested, contact Dr. Tim Jilg for details.

For more information about how the course works: click here

For a sample of the course, click here: click here

Dr. Timothy Jilg
Madog Center for Welsh Studies
University of Rio Grande
Rio Grande, OH

Phone: (740) 245-7186

Email: welsh@rio.edu

Nant Gwrtheyrn

The Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language and Heritage Centre, is located in a former quarrying village near Nefyn, on the northern coast of the Llŷn Peninsula, in Gwynedd, Wales.

The Centre specializes residential courses in Welsh (as a second language) for adults.

Website: Nant Gwrtheyrn

Department of Welsh at University of Wales, Lampeter

It is possible to study for a full BA Honor's Degree in Welsh, or Welsh Studies online. You don’t have to go to Lampeter. Previously, the fee for studying Welsh online for Overseas Students was 740 pounds sterling for every 20 credits. However, the fantastic news is that the Finance Department has agreed to trial a fairer price after long negotiations. The new fee is 262 pounds sterling for every 20 credit module. You need to successfully pass 120 credits at Level 1 to achieve a Certificate of Higher Education, 240 credits for a Diploma of Higher Education and 360 credits for a BA Honor's Degree.
I hope that this new information is of benefit to any person who hopes to gain formal accreditation in the language, history and literature of Wales.
Should you require any further information contact: Linda at l.jones@lamp.ac.uk

Pob hwyl (good luck)