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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 381 to 390 in a total of : 575
Alexandra Langley, AMAUTA Student
Alexandra Langley

Alexandra Langley

Nationality:United States
Age:26
Occupation:Student
Date:2008-02-02

AMAUTA was welcoming from the start and I cannot imagine a more spectacular location to study Spanish. The language classes have been challenging and invigorating. It has been great to be able to put my Spanish to use while exploring the city and the surrounding ruins in my free time.

Shaun Truelove, AMAUTA Student
Shaun Truelove

Shaun Truelove

Nationality:United States
Age:21
Occupation:Student
Date:2008-01-30

As a volunteer at one of the clinics here in Cusco, one truly gets to experience medical care and the medical system in Peru. Each day the volunteer starts in the morning and works through midday or early afternoon. Typically, the volunteer will work with one doctor a day, seeing many patients. Along with continuous observation and discussion with the local medical professionals, and depending on the doctor and on the volunteer’s past training or experience, they will be able to perform multiple tasks, including checkups, x-ray viewing, and even ultrasounds. Volunteers are also able to accompany the doctors on maternity ward visits and emergency runs. Medicine in Peru can be quite different from the home country of the volunteer. The difference in maladies, treatments, and even medical system itself provide a great learning experience, especially for one interested in international medicine. A strong level of Spanish is recommended, along with a medical Spanish dictionary and your own stethoscope.

Margo Schall, AMAUTA Student
Margo Schall

Margo Schall

Nationality:United States
Age:19
Occupation:Student
Date:2008-01-04

AMAUTA provides a wonderful atmosphere to learn about the city of Cusco, the people of Cusco, and the Spanish language. So long as you can get up the hill to the school, AMAUTA is in an ideal location. It is a comfortable and wonderful place where you can go at anytime of day to drink a cup of tea, practice your Spanish on the patio, or meet other international students. You can also watch a movie, plan a trip to Lake Titicaca or use free the free internet café. The teachers always have enthusiasm with the students in class. They are genuinely interested in listening to your opinion and in helping you improve your Spanish in the manner that is best suited for you. Come and enjoy!

Mara Van Beurden, AMAUTA Student
Mara Van Beurden

Mara Van Beurden

Nationality:Netherlands
Age:18
Occupation:Student
Date:2008-01-04

Hier in Cuzco is erg veel te doen, in de stad zelf en in de omgeving ervan. Doordat de school de centrale ontmoetingsplek is, is het erg gemakkelijk om andere mensen te leren kennen en activiteiten te gaan doen. Alles in Cusco is erg makkelijk bereikbaar en de school ligt ook vlakbij de Plaza de Armas, wat erg aangenaam is. De leraren zijn erg aardig, de lessen zijn vaak informeel maar je leert er wel echt van. Het zou veel helpen als je je Spaans oefent met bijna alles wat je doet.

Jon Kulow, AMAUTA Student
Jon Kulow

Jon Kulow

Nationality:United States
Age:22
Occupation:Cooker
Date:2008-01-04

I spent one month at AMAUTA studying Spanish. I must say that the professors here are the best! Their friendly demeanor and positive attitude make it easy to be in a wonderful learning environment. They know how to correct the students without making them feel badly. They were definitely the best part of my experience at AMAUTA.

Jenny Liu, AMAUTA Student
Jenny Liu

Jenny Liu

Nationality:United States
Age:25
Occupation:Software Engineer
Date:2007-12-21

Cusco is a beautiful city and AMAUTA is a wonderful place to learn Spanish…. so much so that I am back here for a second time! The people are really great. The other students are super nice and are tons of fun. The teachers are excellent as well. I am having a blast and I have been amazed at how quickly I have been able to learn Spanish here. The program that AMAUTA has in Taray is a great time as well.

Ryan Crawford, AMAUTA Student
Ryan Crawford

Ryan Crawford

Nationality:United States
Age:33
Occupation:Geologist
Date:2007-12-21

First, I feel they did a great job of placing me in the right level of Spanish. The professors are very fun, articulate and patient. The accommodations are immaculate and enjoyable and there is a nice mix of international students at the school. The price is very reasonable and they have a free internet café as well. It is also close to the plaza de Armas. It has it all!

Melanie Chamberlin, AMAUTA Student
Melanie Chamberlin

Melanie Chamberlin

Nationality:United States
Age:27
Occupation:Teacher
Date:2007-12-07

AMAUTA made me feel very welcome in their school the moment that I walked in. The staff of AMAUTA was there to help me out and I immediately felt at ease. On the first day of arrival, AMAUTA takes you around the city so you can become accustomed to the environment and they give you other information in regards to activities that are around, places to eat and where to go. The staff and the teachers are extremely friendly and it has been a great place for me to connect with other students from around the world. This school is the best by far overall. The accommodation and locations are great. Though I am leaving to travel, I would definitely come back if it is possible. You do not want to miss the opportunity to study here. Thank you to the AMAUTA staff and the students for a great experience.

Jessica Hammon, AMAUTA Student
Jessica Hammon

Jessica Hammon

Nationality:United States
Age:23
Occupation:Social Worker
Date:2007-12-07

AMAUTA was a great place to connect with other students from around the world and to learn Spanish in a friendly environment. The staff took time to make sure that I was placed at the correct level for my classes and the professors integrated games, discussion and writing in class.

June Norris, AMAUTA Student
June Norris

June Norris

Nationality:United States
Age:22
Date:2007-12-07

The professors at AMAUTA made the classes challenging though they were still a great deal of fun! I really enjoyed the atmosphere of the school and loved meeting all of the other students. The school provides plenty of opportunities outside of class so that one can learn about the culture. This enhances the whole experience here in Peru.

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