Learn Gaelic & live in your private teacher's home around Dublin with Home Language International! Home Language International (HLI) is a family-run business offering language courses in more than 20 languages in over 30 countries worldwide, including Gaelic lessons at an experienced private teacher's home in Ireland. More than 5,000 students take advantage of our services every year. Ian Josephs, Danielle Josephs, their 5 adult children and an expert team of dedicated staff all put in very long hours for HLI. You stay in an experienced teacher's family home, have one-to-one Gaelic lessons and then continue to use the language during the rest of your stay in Dublin. Because you are the only student, you are guaranteed individual attention. The lessons are completely designed for you, so the teacher will focus exactly on what you need. Mealtime conversation, television and social contacts are all in Gaelic. All of our teachers in Ireland have a university degree (or equivalent) and/or a recognised teaching certificate. All teachers have been visited by one of our local organisers. Their qualifications have been checked and their homes throughly inspected. During your stay in Dublin, a local organiser will monitor your progress and make sure your experience is both happy and successful. Home Language International (HLI) is accredited by the Accreditation Body for Language Services (ABLS), Association of Language Travel Organisations (ALTO), and UNOSEL.
I really liked the idea of combining an English course with an insight into Irish culture, life and sights. The team takes great effort in satisfying every participant's needs. Due to the small number of students and the guide, the teacher and an... more
Whether you are a student, a business professional, or a traveler, there is a language course in Dublin that is right for you. There are Gaelic courses available for all fluency levels, ages and time durations. Just select a course type from the list below to get started.
Professional Gaelic courses are for professionals who want to study Gaelic in a specific area, such as business, medicine, law, aviation, and hospitality.