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Learn Welsh Glamorgan: The University of South Wales delivers courses in Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taf and Bridgend on behalf of the National Centre for Learning Welsh. If you want to learn or improve your Welsh, we can help. With a range of courses available all over the area we’ll be sure to find something that suits you.

University of South Wales
D Block (Dyffryn)
CF37 1DL

01443 483600

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FREE Welsh Taster Sessions  

Are you thinking about learning Welsh?

Would you like to see what it is like to learn Welsh with us?

Would you like to see how a virtual classroom works?

Why not join us on one of our free online Welsh taster sessions for complete beginners.

Our friendly tutors will make sure you enjoy and have fun!

There is a choice of 6 different sessions; day and evening sessions starting Monday 2nd November 2020, and finishing on Tuesday 1st December 2020.

To book a space, please click on one of the following options:



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Saturday Course

Come and meet other learners and practise your Welsh!

The first Saturday Course will be held on the 21st November 2020.

The lesson will start at 10am and finish at 3pm.  There will be a break for lunch at 12pm-1pm.

The session will be taught online via Microsoft Teams.

The cost of the course is £10.

To book a space, please click on one of the following options:



Extra Practise +

We’re always here to support you. There are many opportunities for you to use your Welsh outside a classroom enviroment within the Glamorgan area.

You can start slowly if you want, by going with your tutor to an event for learners. You could then join a Welsh Reading Club maybe, or go to a Coffee Morning. As you become more confident, you could then maybe join fluent speakers at a Welsh Society, or at Welsh events. There’s plenty of choice.  Have a look at our Social Calendar, and keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter pages.



► Estyn’s Report on ‘Learn Welsh Glamorgan’ University of South Wales.