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Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 331 to 340 in a total of : 572
Iris ., AMAUTA Student
Iris .

Iris .

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:25
Occupation:Travel Agency
Date:2009-06-12

It’s a nice school with very nice teachers who are trying to make the best of your stay at AMAUTA. You will meet people from all around the world. You would have a great time staying at AMAUTA.

Charlotte LANNOU, AMAUTA Student
Charlotte LANNOU

Charlotte LANNOU

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:21
Occupation:Estudiante
Date:2009-05-08

Me gustaba mucho la escuela AMAUTA. Las clases están divertidas y los profesores siempre van a ayudarle con cualquier cosa. También hay muchos estudiantes de diferentes países y es muy fácil de encontrar nuevos amigos. Cusco es una ciudad muy linda con una enorme cultura que todavía esta presente en muchas partes. Existe cosas para todos los gustos por ejemplo hay muchos bares, discotecas, restaurantes, tiendas con souvenirs y plazas para relajarse. Puedo solamente recomendar la escuela AMAUTA y también Cusco con todos sus lugares maravillosos.

Mirjam LAZZINI, AMAUTA Student
Mirjam LAZZINI

Mirjam LAZZINI

Nationality:Switzerland
Date:2009-05-08

AMAUTA is a very friendly school with nice teachers and interesting students. It´s well located and his sunny terasse is sympatic meeting point where you can relax and study.

Agnés Denis, AMAUTA Student
Agnés Denis

Agnés Denis

Nationality:Belgium
Age:23
Occupation:Assistante Sociale
Date:2009-04-23

J’ai passé un super séjour à AMAUTA. Les cours y sont très intéressants et les profs super sympa. Le staff est super sympa, très accueillant et serviable (toujours dispo !)

Cydney Bieber, AMAUTA Student
Cydney Bieber

Cydney Bieber

Nationality:United States
Age:43
Occupation:Web manager
Date:2009-04-17

My family had a great experience at AMAUTA. The kids went on many adventures in Cusco with their teacher!

Jöhl Yasmin, AMAUTA Student
Jöhl Yasmin

Jöhl Yasmin

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:19
Occupation:Estudiante
Date:2009-04-17

The school of AMAUTA offers many things and I can really recommend it. For example when I arrived at the airport in Cuzco, there was a person from school who picked me up. That was great because I was tired and so I didn´t had to look for a taxi ! There is also a travel agency included in the school which offers a lot of tours and activities. Besides that, there you get a discount of 5% ! The school lessons are very funny and you can very improve your Spanish. Everyone is there to help you, so you never alone ! And every evening there is an information about Peru or cooking classes or of course you can join the salsa lessons!

Nora ., AMAUTA Student
Nora .

Nora .

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:31
Occupation:Asistenta del personal
Date:2009-04-17

I would recommend AMAUTA because they really care about the students. The lessons have a good speed. The school offers many activities and internet for free and the travel agency Dos Manos, which is very close to the school offers the most famous sightseeing tour. The school is situated in the center.

Lisa Kellermann, AMAUTA Student
Lisa Kellermann

Lisa Kellermann

Nationality:Germany
Age:20
Occupation:student
Date:2009-04-17

I would recommend AMAUTA because the climate in the school is very friendly and you feel comfortable. The classes are small and all the teachers are very nice and funny. So learning Spanish makes really fun here. Moreover, if you have a problem, the ladies at the office always try to do their best to find a solution for your problem.

Jaimie Mulder, AMAUTA Student
Jaimie Mulder

Jaimie Mulder

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:21
Date:2009-04-03

I worked at a kindergarten for four weeks and I must say it was a great experience! The first day I was a bit nervous, because I didn´t know what to expect and hadn´t worked with childeren before. But already since the first day I felt comfortable there. The first and third week I worked in the class of 4-year-olds and the second week in the class of 5-year-olds. The last week I helped the teachers out a little bit, because the kids had holidays.
In general I helped out in class, for example I helped the kids with completing there tasks. And in the class of 5-year-olds I also teached the kids some english, like counting, the abc, some colors and animals, and ofcourse the head-shoulders-knees-and-toes song. That was really fun to do. I was quite surprised how well they listened for kids that age. And in the breaks I just played with the kids a little bit.
A thing I won´t forget is when the kids performed there dances. The first time was on my first day working there, when it was teachers day. The second time it was for the day of Virgen de Carmen, at that time they also got dressed in traditional clothes, which was really fun  to watch. Another thing I won´t forget is when the kids had to march on the Plaza de Armas for the Días Patrias. It was great to walk with them and see al the proud parents watching them.  So overall it was really a great experience, the teachers were also really nice and the four weeks passed by before I noticed. I really enjoyed working there and I can´t complain about anything.

Jane McBrian, AMAUTA Student
Jane McBrian

Jane McBrian

Nationality:United States
Age:24
Date:2009-04-03

I was very happy do to my volunteer work at a nutritional center for infants. The aim of this project is to provide children who have been classed as malnourished with nutricious meals and an educational environment. This volunteer placement was a really enjoyable experience where volunteers can be very involved in all aspects of the childrens daily routine from supporting/encouraging them during meal times to helping or organising lessons and to playing with them during free play time.  The children at the centre ranged in ages from 1-3 years, and the 3 classes were divided into these age groups.  As the children are of this age group being at an intermediate level of Spanish meant that I was able to communicate and understand them most of the time.
This center has limited resources.  The main portion of their funding is used to provide the children with 3 nutritional meals a day plus snacks.  The children benefit from a lot of positive encouragement to eat and meal times involve all members of staff and volunteers supporting the children. Both the teachers and the children are very appreciative of any resources/toys that volunteers bring to the centre. This volunteer placement gives a real insight into the difficulties faced by poorer families in Cusco.  The staff and children make this centre a really fun and rewarding place to volunteer.

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