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Our Student in Peru

Testimonies of our students in Peru
Our students: 51 to 60 in a total of : 574
Rahel , AMAUTA Student
Rahel

Rahel

Nationality:Switzerland
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-05-24

Hi my name is Rahel and I’m from Switzerland. I had three reasons to come to Peru. First of all I wanted to pick up a bit of Spanish, then I wanted to do some trekking and finally, I wanted to learn how to surf on the waves. All of these three things you can do in Peru, so that’s why I chose to come to Peru. I followed a week of Spanish lessons at AMAUTA Spanish School and I am glad I did. It was very communicative and you got the chance to get to know a lot of people. I stayed at the residence of the school. I had a big room room here, Cusco is really fascinating, there are a lot of old buildings from the Inca times, it is a beautiful city! I would definitely recommend this experience of travelling to Peru and learning the Spanish language at AMAUTA Spanish School to others!.

Sanne Deckers, AMAUTA Student
Sanne Deckers

Sanne Deckers

Nationality:Netherlands
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-04-25

Hi my name is Sanne and I am 18 years old. I am from the Netherlands and I have been at a AMAUTA for 7 weeks now. I followed 3 weeks of Spanish Classes and 4 weeks of volunteer work. I did volunteer work at an orphanage, the girls made ceramic arts and crafts.
I followed Group lessons and I really liked it because I was in a group with only two other students. I really liked the Spanish teachers, they were really good!
What I liked most about Cusco is, that there is always something to do and everything is really close by.
I choose Peru, because the culture seemed interesting to me. I felt safe here and that was important for me because I was only 17 years old when I arrived. Peru was high on my bucket list!
After Peru, I am going to Bolivia for one week and then I am going home. I really liked my stay here at Amauta and in Cusco, I also loved the trip we took to the Sacred Valley and the lessons I had there. I would definitely recommend AMAUTA to other students!.

Karen Mulder, AMAUTA Student
Karen Mulder

Karen Mulder

Nationality: Other country
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-04-21

I followed 4 weeks of Spanish classes and I did 4 weeks of volunteer work. The lessons where really good, I liked the change in teachers and the difference in the classes. The lessons where interactive but we also learnt a lot. I went to the campus school in the Sacred Valley as well.
I did voluntary work at an elementary school. I worked as a teacher assistant, I really liked it but sometimes it was hard but I learned a lot. I would definitely do volunteer work again although it was a little chaotic. Cusco is a nice city with different nationalities I really enjoyed my time here.
I went to Machu Picchu with the Inca Jungle trek. Unfortunately I got sick but even then I loved it! The organization of the whole trekking was really well taken care of and I would definitely recommend it.
What I liked the most about my time here, was meeting new people and actually the whole experience, The school, the city and of course Peru! .

Rachel , AMAUTA Student
Rachel

Rachel

Nationality: Other country
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-04-04

I've been here in Peru for one month, I did Spanish classes at the school. I had a really nice time here at AMAUTA, I met a lot of nice people and I really liked the teachers and the atmosphere here at AMAUTA. Cusco is a really nice city, I made a lot of nice weekend trips.
What I liked the most about Cusco is that the city is not too big and there are a lot of nice bars. I liked AMAUTA because it is a small school, the classes are not that big, there were 3 or 4 students in my class. I stayed at a host family, the food was really good and the people are really friendly. I will definitely recommend AMAUTA to others!.

Suus Pierik, AMAUTA Student
Suus Pierik

Suus Pierik

Nationality:Netherlands
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-03-18

I studied Spanish for 4 weeks at the Amauta Spanish school in Cusco, and I had an amazing time! I already had Spanish before, but it was really good to repeat all the past tenses, the grammar rules, and of course to learn something new; the subjuntivo with all its complicated rules.
I had a really nice group and together with the teachers we had a lot of fun in class, and also during the weekly activities. We went for a walk through some of the neighborhoods in Cusco, we went to the viewpoint at Christo Blanco, and to the local university. We had two different teachers each day, and changed teachers every two weeks to create diversity, and to get used to different accents and teaching styles.
I lived in the student-residence at the school and I had a great time, we went out for dinner together, and went away for the weekends. Cusco is an amazing city to live in! There is so much to see; the Inca ruins, the Sacred Valley, and much more. There are numerous opportunities to try the Peruvian food, and to explore the vivid nightlife together with the many tourists in Cusco. I would recommend this living/learning in Cusco to everybody!.

Alida Carslake, AMAUTA Student
Alida Carslake

Alida Carslake

Nationality:Canada
Age:59
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-03-14

When I travel, I want to know about the culture and the history of the place, not just see the sights. That's why I choose a program with AMAUTA: the combination of going to Spanish classes, living with a family, doing tours during the weekend and doing volunteer work gave me the opportunity to do that.

In the residence for elderly people, where I volunteered, I felt like I made a difference in some people's lives. Even if it was temporary, I made a difference!.

Federico Liebelt, AMAUTA Student
Federico Liebelt

Federico Liebelt

Nationality:Germany
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-02-25

I enjoyed my volunteer placement in Cusco a lot. On arrival at the project I felt welcome and my role as a volunteer as well as the reason behind the project, was well explained.
The staff answered all my questions and considered some ideas I had. I arrived daily round 3pm and enjoyed playing with the children. Sometimes we would do painting, or games, or I helped with their homework.
We served dinner around 5, afterwards we clean. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

Megan Goodman, AMAUTA Student
Megan Goodman

Megan Goodman

Nationality: Other country
Age:25
Occupation:Student
Date:2016-02-01

My experience at AMAUTA was fantastic!.
My class was interesting and to visits to local sites made it unique to Cusco.
My professors were well informed, passionate and open to questions.
My host family was welcoming and wonderfull.
Muchas gracias!.

Samantha Bierman, AMAUTA Student
Samantha Bierman

Samantha Bierman

Nationality:United States
Age:18
Occupation:Student
Date:2015-12-30

AMAUTA Spanish School was an incredible experience for me. At first, I didn't know what to expect, but I was immediately welcomed into the AMAUTA family and met so many wonderful people. The teachers are the best Spanish teachers I've ever had and they have a unique style of teaching that is extremely helpful and effective.
I have learned so much during my time here and made so many great friends along the way. Thank you!.

Ryogo Nakayima, AMAUTA Student
Ryogo Nakayima

Ryogo Nakayima

Nationality:Japan
Age:22
Occupation:Student
Date:2015-12-10

Though my stay here was very short, I really love the city of Cusco and this school. It was much better than I expected. Thank you!.

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