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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 301 to 310 in a total of : 576
James Newman, AMAUTA Student
James Newman

James Newman

Nationality:United Kingdom
Age:23
Occupation:student
Date:2010-04-30

AMAUTA has literally been one of the best language schools I have been to. Having a complex arrival time the sales team sorted everything for me and were incredibly hospitable. They sorted everything from my classes to my time spent working in the Juvenile center. I really would recommend AMAUTA above other schools and the campus and location are very central. Classes can be organized to fit around other activities you want to do and at the weekends AMAUTA offers a huge range of excursions.

Jillian Rose, AMAUTA Student
Jillian Rose

Jillian Rose

Nationality:United States
Age:19
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-04-03

I think of AMAUTA as a little oasis in the middle of Cusco. Situated not far from the Plaza de Armas it has an ideal location for visiting sights in and around Cusco, even the Sacred Valley or Machu Picchu. Here one can meet people from all over the world, make new friends and have good times. The Spanish classes are well organized. In small groups and on various different levels. Also I think that the teachers are friendly and can build up good relationships with their students. Being able to learn Spanish in class one half of the day and have time to practice it on the streets of Cusco is great.

Ewelina Strycharczuk, AMAUTA Student
Ewelina Strycharczuk

Ewelina Strycharczuk

Nationality:Poland
Age:22
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-03-15

Coming to Peru has always been my biggest dream, luckily this year it has come true. It took me a long time to choose a Spanish school. From all the available options I decided that I would spend my future 4 months at AMAUTA and I wouldn´t have changed my decision for any other. Since I´ve been traveling alone I was looking for a place where I´d feel safe, surrounded by people with the same needs; Learning Spanish in a great atmosphere, willing to travel, explore the city during the day, and having fun in the nightlife. I know my choice was right and I recommend AMAUTA to anyone who wants to make his trip unforgetable!

Martina Käser, AMAUTA Student
Martina Käser

Martina Käser

Nationality:Germany
Age:26
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-02-17

For me, AMAUTA is a very good Spanish school. They have excellent professors and a nice atmosphere. The students have to possibility to learn Spanish in private and group classes, besides that they can even learn about Peruvian culture or life. Also there is a possibility to learn about other cultures as well because there are so many different students here from all over the world. In the classes we watched movies, listened to music, read newspapers, we spoke Spanish, of course we learned the grammar and much more. It is a perfect program for learning and improving Spanish. Besides learning Spanish there are lots of activities: Cooking classes, salsa and music classes, Spanish or Latin-American movies and excursions. The school feels like a family and when you have questions there is always someone you can ask or talk to that can help you. I can advice anyone to go to AMAUTA Spanish School to learn Spanish.

Michael Burger, AMAUTA Student
Michael Burger

Michael Burger

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:23
Occupation:Student
Date:2010-01-14

AMAUTA Spanish School is a nice place to study a new language. The teachers are nice and take care of each student. I think the small exam is a good way to select the different groups, I immediately was put in a group with people that had the same level as me. All the different activities that are organized by the school are very interesting and fun, it is a great way to get to know your teachers and other students. The school also has a nice location, it is very close to the Plaza de Armas, which is the centre of Cusco. If someone wants to go to Cusco to learn Spanish, AMAUTA would be a great choice.

Johanna Hekking, AMAUTA Student
Johanna Hekking

Johanna Hekking

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:29
Date:2010-01-14

AMAUTA is a good, helpfull and safe school. I met a lot of nice people here. The teachers were great. I had a wonderfull time!

Cyril Lamarque, AMAUTA Student
Cyril Lamarque

Cyril Lamarque

Nationality:France
Age:40
Occupation:TV/Broadcast consultor
Date:2010-01-14

AMAUTA has a great location, good atmosphere, nice professors. In addition, an administrative service that is very kind and helpfull. The teaching programs are accustomed to fit your needs which is great. To sum up, AMAUTA has all the benefits a school can have. It is definitely a good place to learn and to stay in Cusco. Thanks to you all for those 4 weeks!

Shannon Lott, AMAUTA Student
Shannon Lott

Shannon Lott

Nationality:United States
Age:30
Occupation:Hotel management
Date:2009-12-17

The Staff at AMAUTA are all very friendly and helpfull. They work hard to keep the accomodation comfortable, clean and safe. Dos Manos is also very helpfull in booking activities or answering questions regarding things to do in Cusco and nearby. AMAUTA school is located in a convenient area with many options of restaurants, cafes and stores. I have made friends with other students from all over the world. It is fun to chat and learn about their home countries and why they have traveled here. Cusco is an interesting city with great history. Studying at AMAUTA school is an exciting way to learn Spanish while experiencing the culture here in Cusco.

Kevin Curran, AMAUTA Student
Kevin Curran

Kevin Curran

Nationality:Ukraine
Age:55
Occupation:IT consultant
Date:2009-12-17

I spent 8 days at AMAUTA in December 2009. The school was very friendly and efficient. The three teachers I had were great. I feel I have made a good start on learning Spanish for my trip around South America.

Amanda Dooley, AMAUTA Student
Amanda Dooley

Amanda Dooley

Nationality:United States
Age:25
Date:2009-12-17

AMAUTA is a great place to learn Spanish and a great place to meet friends from all over the world. The professors are engaging and always willing to share Peruvian culture with their students. Thanks for a great three months!

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