According to ‘US citizens can win grants to study the Irish language in Ireland” on the Irish Central, the Fulbright Commission in Ireland is offering awards of up to 5000 euro to Americans to study Irish Gaelic (gle) in Ireland.
The awards are to be used for travel and expenses to study Irish in the Gaeltacht or Irish-speaking areas of Ireland. To apply, candidates must be US citizens and have completed at least one semester of Irish study.
The deadline to apply is April 29. To learn more about the awards and apply, see “Awards at a Glance.”
The Irish Central article also noted the announcement of Inter-changes: Conference on Learning and Teaching the Irish Language, to be held on May 10 at the Notre Dame Conference Center in Indiana, US. The conference is being organized by the Department of Irish Language & Literature, the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies and the Fulbright Commission in Ireland.