AMAUTA students are travelers, professionals and students and they come from all over the world, including Europe, USA, Japan, Korea, Australia, Canada, Brazil: too many to mention here!
If you are studying at AMAUTA at the moment, or have just finished your Spanish course with us, you can share your experience with other people here. Do not hesitate to leave behind your testimonial.
If you are considering studying at AMAUTA Spanish School in Peru or Argentina, this is a great place to see what other people have to say about AMAUTA. You can just easily browse through the different testimonials – each indicates date, student’s occupation and nationality. On the bottom of the page you can search by location: Peru or Argentina.
Hola, yo soy Julius! I am from Prague, in the Czech Republic! Studying Spanish is my hobby, and I usually take trips to Spain once a year. This is my first time in Latin America, and I am enjoying myself very much. I love everything about the Spanish-speaking world—the language, the culture, the cooking, etc.
I studied Spanish at AMAUTA´s school in Cusco for four weeks. My experience was awesome, as I met tons of interesting people from all over the world, including a good friend from Switzerland! I especially enjoyed the time I spent in classes with my Spanish professors. I feel like I really connected with them, and I think we will keep in touch! I love being given the opportunity to improve my Spanish and immerse myself in the Peruvian culture here in Cusco.
I´m excited to say that I will continue my time here at AMAUTA volunteering at a local primary school in Cusco for the next two months!..
Hola, soy Frederico! I am from Italy.
I studied at AMAUTA Cuscovfor four weeks. I think that my Spanish improved a lot while I was here because I was able to immerse myself in the Spanish language both inside and outside of the classroom. I felt my classes prepared me for the exchanges I had with the local people in Peru because they focused on real language acquisition, rather than just the writing or the grammar. It was so incredible to be able to practice what I learned in class throughout my time exploring Cusco!.
I also lived at the residence in the school and participated in some of the free activities, including the Peruvian cooking classes, which I liked a lot because Carmen (AMAUTA’s chef) is amazing! I also went to a chat about the Quechua language, which was very interesting. I would highly recommend AMAUTA to anyone interested in studying Spanish in Peru..
My name is Lars Kappeler and I studied Spanish here for 11 weeks. I liked my classes; they were interesting, I learned a lot, and the professors are just nice people. My Spanish improved a lot! I came here with no Spanish and now I can talk fluently. My homestay family experience was also really good because I could practice my Spanish at home. I would recommend studying at Amauta because it is a good school!.
I am currently following classes of Spanish at Amauta Buenos AiresI have had 4 weeks of classes so far and I can honestly say they are amazing! I love the personal attention that you get because you are just with 3 or 4 in one class. The staff is very very friendly and helpfull and this makes me feel like the school is my second home.I love the interactive part of the teaching methods, for example, by playing games or listening assignments. This keeps the material fun and easier to learn! Every student and teacher also practices more outside of the classes, in the breaks and during the (awesome) activities that happen every monday and wednesday! My Spanish is improved a lot because of all these aspects. I also love the location of the school, in barolo palacio, a very old but charming building! Moreover, what not to love about Buenos Aires, this city is always alive and has tons of things to offer! Had great times and even more enjoying to come!.
I went to AMAUTA Buenos Aires for a one-week course of Spanish in Argentina. The people who work there are very friendly and they want to help you with your Spanish. But also give you advise about the neighbourhoods in Buenos Aires or about great restaurants to visit. The teachers are very professional and they teach with humour. Even as a beginner, you learn a lot of Spanish in a short amount of time. It makes you feel very comfortable to travel through Argentina and South-America afterwards. The location of the school is great, in the city center of Buenos Aires in a great historical building. I felt very lucky to study there!.
In September 2016 I arrived in Buenos Aires. During my first week in the city I explored the city, while looking for a Spanish school. I was recommended to this school by a few people.
I was told the school was located in a beautiful old building in the city centre and that the atmosphere was very welcoming and nice.
This ended up being so true, and the school really lived up to my expectations.
The teachers and the staff were indeed very welcoming. The best thing is that the Spanish group classes are small, personal and very customized to the specific request and needs of the students. For example: After my Spanish classes I am going to travel in South America for a few months. I asked the teacher if he could give extra attention to this subject. He not only focused on practical vocabulary and grammar I could use during my trip, but he also recommended me so many nice places I could visit. He practically helped me plan my trip while teaching me Spanish. This example is exactly what makes this school great..
AMAUTA Spanish School
San Agustin 249
Phone. +51 84 242998
+(51) 992 561831
+(51) 953 271193 or 97
Whatsapp: 316 83303403
Av. De Mayo 1370
Barolo Palace 3 floor, “10”
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Phone. +(54) 11 43837706
Emergency. +(54) 911 41894878