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Our Student in Argentina

Testimonies of our students in Argentina
Our students: 171 to 180 in a total of : 221
Daria Klug, AMAUTA Student
Daria Klug

Daria Klug

Nationality:Germany
Age:19
Date:2011-10-05

Hi my name is Daria and I had spanish classes in AMAUTA for 2 weeks now. I like it and I feel like I learned alot in this short amount of time. I think it´s really good that the classes are quite small and the members in a class are all on one level.We always have much fun during class and we learn alot about the culture of argentinia like drinking mate :-). So far I enjoyed my time here and met many nice people!

Paul Bieber, AMAUTA Student
Paul Bieber

Paul Bieber

Nationality:United States
Age:50
Date:2011-06-21

I am very happy with AMAUTA. This is my families second trip to AMAUTA Buenos Aires and everyone loves it. I have feld comfortable and challenged in every class. It has been a great experience, thanks you for everything.

Cydney Bieber, AMAUTA Student
Cydney Bieber

Cydney Bieber

Nationality:United States
Age:45
Date:2011-06-21

The school is very friendly and welcoming. The teachers have been patient and helpful.The classes have a great variety of activities from conversation, to games and good learning experiences. It was a great experience, especially for our kids, who have always had e great experience. AMAUTA goes out of their way to create curriculum that fits their needs.

Hidde Luykx, AMAUTA Student
Hidde Luykx

Hidde Luykx

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:26
Date:2011-06-21

The school is small but cozy. It´s good that the classes ate small, so that you get the feeling that you have private classes. They take you all the time serious and give you the time to understand the topics, they help you every time. It´s a good thing that you learn also about a lot about the cuture differences.

Eline Voigt, AMAUTA Student
Eline Voigt

Eline Voigt

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2011-05-21

Mariana and Natalia are both very good teachers. They speak slowly and it is good to follow for a beginner. They are very enthousiastic as well. I like that we learn Spanish with games and practical situations.

Jennifer Baldwin, AMAUTA Student
Jennifer Baldwin

Jennifer Baldwin

Nationality:Australia
Date:2011-05-16

I had a fantastic week at the school, indeed I am sad to leave. If I wasn’t travelling on further I would definitely stay here longer.
I loved the school and Belgrano, the teachers were wonderful….it was a great week. I would love to come back and really get into more Spanish.
Maybe in the future. Again, thanks for your help!
Cheers

Hannu Turunen, AMAUTA Student
Hannu Turunen

Hannu Turunen

Nationality:Finland
Age:28
Occupation:Student
Date:2011-02-26

AMAUTA Spanish school is located in Belgrano, one of the nicest and safest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. For me the location was idea; the school is only ten minutes walk from the hostel that I've been living in, and here, many people from different parts recommended me to go to AMAUTA if I were to study Spanish. So I did! The school is a really beautiful old building only few blocks from the avenida Cabildo, one of the main streets in Belgrano. Atmosphere in the school is always relaxed and nice, perfect for learning and you feel always welcome. The school staff - Laura and Barbara above all- were always nice and helpful. During my Spanish studies I had four different teachers. Although they all had different teaching styles they were all great teachers!

Laura Hovestad, AMAUTA Student
Laura Hovestad

Laura Hovestad

Nationality:Germany
Age:18
Date:2011-01-18

I spent four weeks in AMAUTA and I have to say that I had a really nice time there. I was surprised how motivated all the teachers were and also the people in the office were always very willing to help you. They really wanted you to have a nice time in the school, during volunteer work and in your hostel or your family. Besides the Spanish I learned there, I met a lot of really nice people so that I’m looking back now to a really nice trip to Buenos Aires.

Francisco Cortes Vaquero, AMAUTA Student
Francisco Cortes Vaquero

Francisco Cortes Vaquero

Nationality:Spain
Age:33
Occupation:Student
Date:2011-01-05

It was great to have the opportunity to do volunteer work, something that I always wanted to do. Besides that I was able to do the volunteering in my favorite area; theater. "No Avestruz" is the name of the theater in Palermo, Buenos Aires. But rather than a theater it is a cultural meeting place, where all kinds of music, poetry, different courses and theater can be found.
Helping in the rehearsal room, ushering people and helping at the bar were some of my tasks. Also I made a lot of friends and was I able to feel the cultural atmosphere of Buenos Aires, Argentina. It has been a wonderful experience! Thanks you so much!

William Stout, AMAUTA Student
William Stout

William Stout

Nationality:United States
Age:22
Occupation:Student
Date:2011-01-05

I had a great overall experience in AMAUTA's 8-week volunteer program. Excellent teachers and a very knowledgeable staff. As a beginner, I found the classes to be very practical in terms of learning to speak conversational Spanish. I felt confident and comfortable at my volunteer project teaching English at an orphanage for boys. Keep up the good work!

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