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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 181 to 190 in a total of : 572
Amber Hinrichsen, AMAUTA Student
Amber Hinrichsen

Amber Hinrichsen

Nationality:United States
Age:20
Occupation:Student
Date:2012-08-01

I would recommend Amauta, because they have students from all over the world attending. It´s an amazing experience to meet people from all over learning Spanish. The staff has been really understanding and helpful. The school really tries to make learning accommodating to the student. I have enjoyed my time here.

Reta and Jenny Van Orden, AMAUTA Student
Reta and Jenny Van Orden

Reta and Jenny Van Orden

Nationality:United States
Date:2012-07-19

We want to thank AMAUTA and its travel agency Dos Manos for a wonderful experience! We always felt well taken care of and very secure. We learned a lot of Spanish in the group instruction classes in a very quick time, and we really enjoyed the introductory student dinner together and time spent with our host family. And thank you so much for accommodating us with our teacher and tours together. She kindly went with us on the Cusco city tour and Sacred Valley tour and was teaching us and answering our questions along the way. She has immense patience and is such a pleasant person to be with it. We really miss her and AMAUTA!

David Newcomb, AMAUTA Student
David Newcomb

David Newcomb

Nationality:Australia
Age:26
Occupation:Designer
Date:2012-07-17

I would recommend Amauta, because the teachers and staff are amazing. The facilities are very good and it´s a great atmosphere learning with the other students here.

Kathryn Williams, AMAUTA Student
Kathryn Williams

Kathryn Williams

Nationality:United States
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2012-07-12

I came to Peru two weeks ago not knowing any Spanish. After a week and a half of courses I can converse in the present tense with my host family and my teachers. The group classes are a good combination of instruction and conversation and I feel that the amount of every day “practical Spanish” that I have learned so far is greater than the amount of practical usages that I would have learned in the U.S.. I look forward to learning “el pasado” next week.

Hannah M, AMAUTA Student
Hannah M

Hannah M

Nationality:United States
Age:21
Date:2012-06-22

Amauta has been a wonderful experience for me. We change teachers every week, I have had a range of topics and every day is a new learning experience. The school is beautiful. You shouldn´t ask for a better view while you´re studying. My host family has been a privilege to live with, always gracious and very patient. Amauta has so many opportunities for cultural experiences and travel – the best part is that a lot of it is free. Even though Cusco can feel touristy at times, it´s still a beautiful city with a rich (and authentic) cultural heritage. I have also enjoyed the opportunity to participate in the thriving international community. The school has been very accommodating and helpful – I could ask for nothing more in a study abroad program.

Anita Stutz, AMAUTA Student
Anita Stutz

Anita Stutz

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:30
Date:2012-06-18

I´m having a wonderful time at AMAUTA Spanish School. All the students that I met here are friendly and interesting. The teachers are very helpful and support my progress in learning Spanish. The homestay was an authentic experience, I appreciated it very much. Living in the school is fun as well. Cusco is a nice place to travel to and enjoy your holiday.

Richard Thiele, AMAUTA Student
Richard Thiele

Richard Thiele

Nationality:Germany
Age:20
Date:2012-06-15

I spent almost 6 months together with the AMAUTA family and had a fantastic time. I did 5 months of classes with the awesome team of teachers. Even if I wasn´t always there, I had a lot of fun and learned not only Spanish but a lot about the history of the Inkas. Cusco is a beautiful place to stay and when you´re doing a volunteer project, you will get to know all faces of this city.
In wintertime, the rooms at the residence can be a little bit chilly but all the students living there, will warm and cheer you up. I really enjoyed my stay with AMAUTA and especially Cusco, Peru and South America.

Brian Rein Morris, AMAUTA Student
Brian Rein Morris

Brian Rein Morris

Nationality:Canada
Age:35
Date:2012-06-13

AMAUTA is more than just a place to learn Spanish. AMAUTA is a place for like minded travellers, students and volunteers. It´s a good way to see and live the culture of Cusco and the surrounding area, especially through sharing of ideas in what to do, where to go and how to get there. And of course participating in Spanish along the way.
The Sacred Valley of the Inca´s as an option to study Spanish is a great way to explore this region and learn Spanish in more tranquil setting. There you live and travel along side the local Peruvians and get a real feel for living in rural Peru. The traditional food served at the school was great and the accommodation had a lot of space. It was a great way to expand ones Spanish studying experience through AMAUTA.

Klaus Kessler, AMAUTA Student
Klaus Kessler

Klaus Kessler

Nationality:Germany
Age:72
Occupation:Pensioner
Date:2012-05-18

I recommend AMAUTA, because the teachers are excellent. They know how to meet the student´s needs and see their weaknesses, so that they can teach them like necessary.

The international flair in school connects students from all over the world during their studies and free time.

Besides Cusco is a really historical city with beautiful landscape around and a lot of options for your free time.

Tamara Stoverink, AMAUTA Student
Tamara Stoverink

Tamara Stoverink

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:29
Occupation:Radiology technician (in a hospital)
Date:2012-05-16

I would recommend AMAUTA, because you can start classes at any level. Personally I started at the second beginner level, because I have already taken some classes in my hometown. Now, 3 weeks later, I could write this in Spanish, it will only take a bit longer.

The teachers are doing their job professionally. I switched from group to private lessons, because I felt I needed extra attention, and that was no problem at all. I can highly recommend private lessons, your learning goes much faster and the lesson can be easy adapted to your needs. It´s really intensive, but worth your time.

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