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Lifelong Education: Gaelchultúr expands to meet increasing interest

Gaelchultúr has moved to larger premises in Dublin city centre to accommodate its growing number of classes and increased interest in its Irish-language programmes.

1st September, 2012
Gaelchultúr at Clare Street, Dublin 2.

Gaelchultúr has moved to larger premises at Clare Street, beside Merrion Square in central Dublin, to accommodate its growing number of classes and increased interest in its Irish-language programmes.

"We are now offering Fetac-accredited courses in the public sector. Live online classes are also now available, for these we use a very user-friendly technology similar to Skype. Initially these online offerings are targeted towards beginners and lower intermediate level students, but we plan...

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