10% Discount with our friends at Oideas Gael

Let’s Learn Irish in Donegal!

A chara, have you ever dreamed of actually learning Irish in Ireland? How about living in the Gaeltacht and immersing yourself in the local culture? Good news! Let’s Learn Irish has teamed up with Oideas Gael in the Donegal Gaeltacht to bring you an EXCLUSIVE OFFER: any student attending our classes in 2014 can avail of a 10% discount this summer! Simply mention ‘Let’s Learn Irish‘ in your booking, and Oideas Gael will process your discount.

This summer all roads lead to Oideas Gael in Gleann Cholm Cille, Donegal.
This summer all roads lead to Oideas Gael in Gleann Cholm Cille, Co. Donegal.

Since its foundation in 1984, Oideas Gael has attracted hundreds of participants annually to its highly acclaimed language courses and cultural programs. Their summer courses focus attention on language learning each morning, with tutorial sessions in Irish at several levels. In the afternoon there are workshops in activities such as tin whistle, set-dancing, sean-nós singing, hillwalking and study groups which focus on specific elements of Irish culture. 

We highly recommend attending one of these immersive Irish summer courses. Many of our Washington DC students have attended multiple times, including Jessica Alden, whose report you can read here…but hurry, this offer only runs until St. Patrick’s Day 2014! For more information and to register online, téigh chuig www.oideas-gael.com

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