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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 271 to 280 in a total of : 576
Jane George, AMAUTA Student
Jane George

Jane George

Nationality:United States
Age:55
Date:2011-01-06

AMAUTA is a conveniently located, well run school in Cusco. The staff is friendly, helpful and professional. While it must be difficult for the teachers to begin with the new students each week, they able to do it in an organized and professional way. The placement test was quick, efficient and accurate. In my case, the students are all interesting with different stories and experiences. The Homestay option of the program had been great for me as my family home is located n the centre of Cusco. The family is big and entertaining. The agency in the US that made all the reservations for me was also great.

Verena Keller, AMAUTA Student
Verena Keller

Verena Keller

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:21
Date:2011-01-06

AMAUTA´s School has a very nice terrace and the rooms are for small classes. The teachers are very friendly every day. It is very good that the school has an internet room with 5 computers. You can do a lot of things in your free time, like horseback riding, bungee jumping, rock climbing, biking etc. Cusco is a very interesting city and you can visit a lot of museums and markets.

Hannah Van Dijk, AMAUTA Student
Hannah Van Dijk

Hannah Van Dijk

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:19
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-17

The 8 weeks that I stay with AMAUTA are great. 4 Weeks of Spanish and then 4 weeks of volunteer work. I started learning Spanish for the first time and after 4 weeks I can already manage to speak Spanish! It is fun and cozy in the school. De teachers talk with you about the weekend and with students from over the whole world it is always something new and different!

Henk Jan Kwant, AMAUTA Student
Henk Jan Kwant

Henk Jan Kwant

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-17

AMAUTA is a fun school. Not only to learn Spanish but also to get familiar with the culture. De classes are very personal and Cusco is a great city to explore with the other students.

Mina Zaky, AMAUTA Student
Mina Zaky

Mina Zaky

Nationality:Canada
Age:23
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-17

I have been studying at AMAUTA now for almost 4 weeks and i have to admit that so far it has been a great experience for myself to be part of such a great place full of culture, friends and enthusiasm. During my past four weeks of studying Spanish i have learnt alot thanks to being provided by great teachers in a great atmosphere. Also studying with others helped alot in understanding and opening my eyes more to different questions and situation. From having absolutely no idea about the Spanish language to being able to communicate although not fluently but clearly is a witnessed miracle.
Full of enthusiasm; looking forward to more Spanish classes and to volunteer work as well.

Garry Judd, AMAUTA Student
Garry Judd

Garry Judd

Nationality:Australia
Age:32
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-03

I have spent two months here with AMAUTA as both a student and resident. The staff here are all friendly and helpful. The location of the school is perfect. The classes were intensive and incredibly helpful for life here in Cusco, not just grammar but culturally informative. The variety of teachers was excellent in experiencing different reaching styles and comprehension of different accents. The residence at the school was comfortable with a friendly, social atmosphere and a great place to practice your Spanish skills. Overall, Cusco and AMAUTA are great places to combine a holiday and learning.

Marjon Tas, AMAUTA Student
Marjon Tas

Marjon Tas

Nationality:Dutch Antilles
Age:41
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-03

In AMAUTA you get a warm welcome. There are classes on different levels and the lessons are given by good, professional and enthusiastic teachers, who care about their students. In the breaks you can drink tea on the nice terrace and talk to the other students and teachers. In the evening other things are organized.

Celine Timmermans, AMAUTA Student
Celine Timmermans

Celine Timmermans

Nationality:Dutch Antilles
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-03

AMAUTA Spanish school is a great place to learn Spanish. There are a lot of different ways to receive lessons. Besides the lessons, there are a lot of other things to do: cooking, salsa lessons and other courses. I had a great time here and it felt like a home. The rooms, the terrace and everything felt like home and there were always people to talk with. I would recommend AMAUTA, because I learned really good Spanish and made a lot of friends here.

Rhodé Gonggrijp, AMAUTA Student
Rhodé Gonggrijp

Rhodé Gonggrijp

Nationality:Dutch Antilles
Age:18
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-12-03

When I first arrived here I felt at home immediately. AMAUTA staff is really friendly and tries to make AMAUTA a second home, they will help you with everything that´s possible. I would definitely return.

The Spanish lessons are really good, I learned a lot in a very short time. If you want to have a good time, good classes and nice people AMAUTA is a good place.

I also worked as a volunteer which was really great. I wish I could have stayed longer and worked more time as a volunteer, because it´s really rewarding work.

Eline Stolk, AMAUTA Student
Eline Stolk

Eline Stolk

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:22
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-11-30

Why would I recommend AMAUTA?

  • If you want to know other students or staffmembers and you love to talk, I think the best option for you are the student houses.
  • If you like to eat good and a lot of food, then live in the student houses.
  • If you like to have a hot shower, come to AMAUTA (it´s special in Peru taking a hot shower all the time).
  • If you like to get lessons from good teachers and you are not afraid to talk about yourself, AMAUTA is a good place for you.

Conclusion: If you are looking for a friendly, safe and a little bit crazy space, come to AMAUTA and enjoy!

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