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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 131 to 140 in a total of : 572
Julia Ziegler, AMAUTA Student
Julia Ziegler

Julia Ziegler

Nationality:Germany
Age:32
Occupation:Nurse
Date:2014-03-07

I like the Spanish classes in Cusco because we are not always in the classroom; we also practice our Spanish for example in a market, Plaza de Armas or in a museum. The AMAUTA teachers really want us to learn Spanish and they really seem to enjoy their work. I like the school because the location is close to the Plaza de Armas. There is a nice view. I meet a lot of people from different countries. In your free time you can do a lot of things. The school offers lots of free activities. I like the salsa activity and after that you can go to salsa-club near the school. My host family is very friendly and help me with Spanish and I love the Peruvian food.

Josie Howard, AMAUTA Student
Josie Howard

Josie Howard

Nationality:United Kingdom
Age:18
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-03-05

The Spanish teachers here in Peru are really friendly. We learn a lot of new things based on language and also culture and history. The staff at AMAUTA is really supportive and you feel like they care about you. My homestay family is really kind and welcoming and I feel looked after. The location is beautiful and there are a lot of fascinating museums – we even took a trip in our class to the Coca museum. There are a lot of opportunities to travel because there is a travel agency in the school and because you can go on an exchange trip to study in the Sacred Valley.

Aglaja Stoffel, AMAUTA Student
Aglaja Stoffel

Aglaja Stoffel

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:47
Occupation:Nurse
Date:2014-02-20

I can recommend AMAUTA Spanish School to everybody! It is located in a typical building, with many small rooms for the classes, a terrace for snacks, tea and coffee, Wi-Fi . The teachers are very nice and professional. Before I arrived I was afraid about my age. I thought that I would be “the oldest student” but here in Cusco all the students are in the same boat and it’s like nobody has an age.  In the same building is the travel agency, Dos Manos Peru,  they help to fix weekend-trips.

There are many activities during the evenings: cooking, dancing, etc.
I’m very happy and the school is amazing!!! :)

Petra de Boer, AMAUTA Student
Petra de Boer

Petra de Boer

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:22
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-02-13

Living and working at AMAUTA is a nice opportunity to get the know the country of Peru and the city of Cusco. In an international setting as AMAUTA offers you can share your impressions of the new, different culture with each other. Especially staying for a longer period and doing voluntary work in Cusco is a nice way to connect with the local people and learn about their culture. Of course, learning Spanish is the first step to start your journey.

Linsi Family, AMAUTA Student
Linsi Family

Linsi Family

Nationality: Other country
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-02-08

We started our journey through South America here in Peru to learn some Spanish before travelling. Our whole family really liked the AMAUTA Spanish School in Cusco. On the one side they were really welcoming and could meet all our needs, for kids and parents. On the other side the school has a perfect location in the historic center with lots of sights. Furthermore they are well organized and take good care of their students in daily life and daily activities. Thanks to AMAUTA Spanish School and our host family for the fantastic stay. We are more than happy to come back.

Carlos Mateus Rodrigues A, AMAUTA Student
Carlos Mateus Rodrigues A

Carlos Mateus Rodrigues A

Nationality:Brazil
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-02-04

Studying Spanish in Cusco is a unique experience. The city is incredible! The opportunity to learn another language and make new friends from all over the world is fantastic. If you can, study in a Spanish speaking country.

Christoph Stern, AMAUTA Student
Christoph Stern

Christoph Stern

Nationality:Austria
Age:25
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-02-03

Our guide book mentioned that Cusco is a great place to study Spanish. By chance we got to AMAUTA Spanish School and we were really lucky. The school is located close to the main square (2 minutes walking). The food is tasty, the rooms small, but nice, and all the teachers we had, were competent.

The comfortable terrace allows students, travellers and volunteers to get in contact. I would study again in AMAUTA Spanish School.

Rachel Larson, AMAUTA Student
Rachel Larson

Rachel Larson

Nationality:United States
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-01-28

Volunteering in Cusco has been a great experience. I have been volunteering at the center for disabled children and have got to play with and entertain the kids. Seeing them smile shows me that I have done something to make their day better, and it is a very rewarding experience.
I have also loved staying in Cusco and learning about Peruvian culture. There is so much to learn and explore here. It is so different than the US and I value this experience to immerse myself in a place so different from home.
I have also enjoyed living at the student residence at AMAUTA. It´s very interesting to meet people from all over the world. It makes an even more cultural experience.

Cori Bucherl, AMAUTA Student
Cori Bucherl

Cori Bucherl

Nationality: Other country
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-01-27

Monday morning I went to the Amauta Spanish school, which is just off of the Plaza de Armas. The people there were super friendly and I was so relieved and happy to have chosen this school with such good energy. I’m in a class of 3 beginners, so the learning environment is very personal. My teachers are fantastic and my brain is exploding with new Spanish knowledge. Amusingly, lots of the other students at AMAUTA are German speakers, so I’ve been speaking a lot of German as well. The other 2 students in my class are from Austria, so we’ve been learning Spanish together via a mixture of German and English. Good stuff. I’m happy to have some semblance of familiarity and a schedule, even if it’s just for this week.

Aster Pijning, AMAUTA Student
Aster Pijning

Aster Pijning

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2014-01-17

I had a great time at AMAUTA Spanish School in Cusco. Cusco is a great place from which to explore the South of Peru. Staying at the AMAUTA residence gives you the opportunity to make new friends and experience new things while learning Spanish and living in the center of amazing Cusco.

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