Irish Language Residence Scheme: Teach na Gaeilge
UCD's mini-Gaeltacht, first established in 2000, offers students a unique experience. Students from various subject areas have the opportunity to live and work together as Gaeilge, while further developing their individual talents through a range of social and cultural activities. Bord na Gaeilge offers scholarships to 24 students who are fluent Irish speakers and who have the desire and the ability to initiate projects which promote the use of the language.
2017-18 Application Forms
Form 1: for prospective students (Leaving Certificate/A Level students or those not yet registered with UCD)
Form 2: for students currently registered with UCD
Application deadline: Friday, 31 March 2017, 5pm
Bord na Gaeilge UCD was awarded the European Language Label 2016 for its Irish Language Student Residence Scheme.
RTÉ - Cormac ag a Cúig, 30 September 2016
Representing Bord na Gaeilge UCD at the European Language Label Awards 2016
Left-right: Student Anraí Ó Braonáin, Bord na Gaeilge Assistant Irish Language Officer, Ashling Harteveld, Bord na Gaeilge Chairman, Professor Micheal Doherty, Bord na Gaeilge Irish Language Officer, Clár Ní Bhuachalla, students Frida Finnman-Ní Dholáin, Eoghan Mac Domhnaill and Dónal Ó Catháin
Scholarship students of the 2016 - 2017 Irish Language Residence Scheme
Academic Module for Teach na Gaeilge Students 2016-2017
The goal of this module is to teach the students of Teach na Gaeilge the skills required to develop, edit and publish a radio show. The show the students create will be launched officially in November and will be available for listening online after this.
Information on Teach na Gaeilge
Teach na Gaeilge Celebrates 15 years
Listen to Simon talk about his time in 'Teach na Gaeilge'
Teach na Gaeilge 2014-2015 students
Launch of our 15 Year Celebration