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What Our Students Say

Since the course began we have enjoyed a lively mixture of students from different backgrounds. The research they have undertaken has already made a notable contribution to Gàidhealtachd scholarship. Today, alumni from the course are involved in the cultural and natural heritage sectors; in the world of music and the arts; and working on PhD dissertations.


Feedback about the course from past graduates:


The course was extremely valuable. It gave us the opportunity to reach a deeper understanding of the history and culture of the Gàidhealtachd, through Gaelic. The course helped me to improve my research skills, and greatly strengthened my Gaelic. I have just completed my PhD – something that wouldn’t have happened without the Master’s.

[Eleanor MacDougall, Isle of Mull]



The course was exceptionally good: innovative, delivered in an original, attractive way, and directed by knowledgeable and supportive lecturers. We were given the opportunity to undertake personal research as part of the course, but it was good to be in a small group working together on the modules. I’d recommend it to anybody.

[Julie Fowlis, singer and musician, Easter Ross]