LearnGaelic Scholarship for MSc Serious Games & VR at The Glasgow School of Art

MG ALBA and Bòrd na Gàidhlig have teamed up with the School of Simulation and Visualisation (SimVis) at The Glasgow School of Art to offer a new “LearnGaelic” Scholarship. The scholarship is offered as part of a new commitment to developing interactive tools for learners of Gaelic, and will support a Gaelic learner to study on the MSc Serious Games and Virtual Reality at SimVis starting from September 2017.
The LearnGaelic scholarship will be awarded to one person, resident in the UK or EU, who is actively engaged in learning Scottish Gaelic, or who has a genuine interest and desire to do so, and who will join the MSc programme in September 2017. Applications need to be submitted before 4th August 2017.

The successful candidate will be a learner of Gaelic, personally committed to progression towards fluency and able to make a serious contribution to the development of new digital learning tools and strategies for Gaelic. He or she will be offered a part-time employment contract to work on the LearnGaelic project for the duration of the course (www.learngaelic.scot) and will have all MSc fees met.

For more information on the Masters in SERIOUS GAMES AND VIRTUAL REALITY and how to apply for an MG ALBA scholarship visit: http://www.gsa.ac.uk/learngaelic

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