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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 351 to 360 in a total of : 576
Louise Hansdotter, AMAUTA Student
Louise Hansdotter

Louise Hansdotter

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:25
Occupation:Student
Date:2009-03-06

The staff and the teachers are really helpful and the school has a great organization with activities and with laundry etc. Cusco is beautiful and the school is located at a nice spot in Cusco.

Milou Lunnemann, AMAUTA Student
Milou Lunnemann

Milou Lunnemann

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:17
Occupation:Student
Date:2009-02-13

Hello, I´m Milou Lunneman. I´m 17 years old and I´m from Holland. I came to Cusco on the 3rd of January 2009. At first I lived in the school , where you get breakfast and lunch, which I thought was really nice. The first four weeks I had 4 hours of Spanish lessons every day. In the beginning a lot of gramar and at the end we also spoke a lot. After these four weeks I moved to the apartment of AMAUTA. Now I share it with other girl, so it is a little bit my own house. We have to cook for ourselves, I also started with my volunteer project in an orphanage with about 20 children aged from 2 to 16 years. Now, because they have vacation, I work in the morning and help them first an hour with the homework and after that we have a programme, like sport, music, drawing, etc. I think it was really nive to go to Peru with an organisation like AMAUTA, because I was picked-up at the airport, I got to know a lot of people here and I had very good lessons and a nice project.

Zoe Ten Brink, AMAUTA Student
Zoe Ten Brink

Zoe Ten Brink

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2009-02-13

The location is beautiful, nearby the Plaza de Armas. Cusco is a great city to be for Spanish lessons because there are many things to do and many ways to practice your Spanish. AMAUTA has a good programme for each level. The teachers are nice and you don´t only stay in the class but also go to the San Pedro market to practice your Spanish. AMAUTA also offers other activities: salsa classes, cooking classes and a vist to the clinic San Juan de Dios. The option to spend a week in Taray is also very nice. The school in Taray is small but the view is marvellous! And you will visit Taray with a small group, that is also a very good way to get to know other students.

Christina Paquette, AMAUTA Student
Christina Paquette

Christina Paquette

Nationality:United States
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2009-01-30

AMAUTA is simply a fun place to be. The teachers joke with you while they teach you, making the hours of class go by fast. In the first week alone I now have a better understanding and command of Spanish than I did after taking a whole semester of Spanish classes at my university. The school is also a place where you can connect with other students from around the world and learn about each other´s cultures. I love the friends I have met from Peru but learning Spanish at AMAUTA also provides me with a place where I don´t feel like an outsider. The classes are small (mine is a class of 3!) and you can tailor them to your own needs by asking questions. There is not much time wasted since most students are highly motivated + are at your specific skill level. In short, AMAUTA is great!

Doris Urech, AMAUTA Student
Doris Urech

Doris Urech

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:32
Occupation:Teacher/Recepcionist
Date:2009-01-16

You can find the school AMAUTA next to the Plaza de armas. The school has a nice view of Cusco. I live with a nice family with two lovely kids which is a nice experience for me. Also it is very helpful to learn Spanish and to get to know the “Cultura Cusqueña”. In the afternoon there are many activities you can do.
For example: you can get to know the instruments from Peru, learn and dance Salsa, learn to cook typical Peruvian dishes and learn about the culture of the Incas….
For me, Cusco is an amazing city with a long history of the Incas and the people are very friendly.
In total: Unbelievable, very interesting and gorgeous.

Andrea Kelleher, AMAUTA Student
Andrea Kelleher

Andrea Kelleher

Nationality:United States
Age:26
Occupation:Human resources
Date:2009-01-16

AMAUTA has been a great place to learn Spanish. I am living with a host family which helps reinforce what I learn in class. I really enjoy my group classes because I have friends from all over the world, and we help each other practice Spanish. All of  the teachers are patient and knowledgeable.

The school is in a perfect location to the Plaza de Armas, and conveniently has a travel agency attached so you can take great weekend trips. The school offers many services to students, most of which are free like cooking classes, salsa classes and culture classes.

Georg F. Gerchen, AMAUTA Student
Georg F. Gerchen

Georg F. Gerchen

Nationality:Germany
Age:58
Occupation:teacher
Date:2008-12-12

Learning a new language is not just playing around, it is a kind of work, which needs dedication and effort. For me, the professional help that AMAUTA offers was necessary and very helpful. Small groups, friendly teachers who knew what to do and a permanent contact with Peruvian people and other students helped me to dive into the language. This kind of support laid a good foundation for my own learning.

Fernando Candido, AMAUTA Student
Fernando Candido

Fernando Candido

Nationality:Brazil
Age:27
Occupation:architect
Date:2008-12-12

First of all AMAUTA is said to be the best Spanish School in Cusco and that´s why I´ve chosen to study here. After two months studying here I´m able to communicate due to the fact that the teachers are highly qualified and the method used by the school is focused on speaking. The atmosphere at the school is very interesting because you can meet people from all over the world and this place is not only full of young people , the elderly people are here as well and it makes the experience even more amazing.

Another thing that makes AMAUTA different from the other schools is that it has another building in Taray, which is very close to the mountains and to the main points in the famous Sacred Valley of the Inkas.

Katrin Macchau-Gerchen, AMAUTA Student
Katrin Macchau-Gerchen

Katrin Macchau-Gerchen

Nationality:Germany
Age:54
Occupation:teacher
Date:2008-12-12

AMAUTA offers its students a nice location for learning and living close to the city center of Cusco, a town with many interesting historical sites as well as lots of bars and discos for night life entertainment. They host students from many different countries, like: Australia, Canada, USA, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Scandinavia, Switzerland and others. They employ friendly Peruvian teachers, a very open-minded and international atmosphere is created, all this gives everyone a chance to get in contact and make friends with other students very quickly. The possibility to do a part of language lessons in the very beautiful "Sacred Valley of the Inkas" or in Manu Wildlife Reserve is another good reason to recommend AMAUTA.

Sabrina Bloch, AMAUTA Student
Sabrina Bloch

Sabrina Bloch

Nationality:Switzerland
Age:21
Occupation:fisiotherapeuta
Date:2008-12-12

Die Schule wurde mir von der Sprachreisenorganisation ESL empfohlen. Ich kann sie nur weiterempfehlen aufgrund des ausgezeichneten Unterricht. Man kommt ihr sehr schnell in die Sprache rein. Ich wohne in einer wunderbaren peruanischen Familie und bekomme so noch mehr Einblicke in das Leben hier und kann mein Spanisch praktisch üben und verbessern. In AMAUTA gibt es Studenten von der ganzen Welt und die Schule bietet ein interessantes abwechslugsreiches Freizeitprogramm: Kino, Kochen. Salsastunden sowie vieles mehr. Auch die optimale Lage ist zu erwähnen. Vieles ist zu Fuss zu erreichen.

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