Intermediate Self-study

The Uibhist Course is suitable for students who:
* study Gaelic at College/University
* have to prepare for an exam or interview
* have little opportunity to practice pronunciation
* want to plug the gaps in their knowledge
* want to become more confident in holding a conversation
* who want to revise


Supported / Unsupported Self-Study Options

The course is structured to identify quickly what areas you need extra help with.

The Uibhist course is a storyline, following two tourists on a 4-day visit to the Isles of Uist.

You will receive the printed student handbook (A5 - 165 pages) and access to other learning resources (e.g. videos with drone footage of Uist narrated by a native speaker, nearly 2 hours of downloadable practice soundfiles, 800 online revision questions)


Focus is on reading, writing & pronunciation improvement combined with vocabulary building and grammar revision.
You are expected to submit homework (voice recording and written work).


Option 1 Supported Self-Study 


maximum 8 weeks of e-mail support

(holidays not included)

Option 2 Unsupported Self-Study 


if you want to work through the course without help. You will receive the student handbook by post (included in the price)

The book does not include the answers.

You can upgrade to option 1 for £ 120 if you meet the admission requirements and if I have availability that month.)


What You Get for Option 1

Email support during office hours. 
Online resources and downloads
Student course handbook

What You Get for Option 1 & 2

Online Reward:
Badge 9 with access to
Bonus 6 lesson sample of the
Intermediate Dialogue Development Course

Admission Requirements

Available from September 2021

:Limited places every month.

Entry requirements Option 1:

Scottish Gaelic Verbs & Dialogue Drills Self-Study Course.

or certificated study at intermediate level for at least 6 months. 

Entry requirements Option 2: none