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AMAUTA SPANISH SCHOOL was founded in 1996 and has been providing students with high quality Spanish Courses, Volunteer Programs and Excursions ever since. Our AMAUTA schools are located in Peru and Argentina, allowing students to learn the Spanish language while surrounding themselves with ancient Inca culture or modern city wonders.
Over 15 years of experience with qualified local instructors!
Internationally recognized by colleges, universities, and language agents all over the world.
Specialized Spanish courses, including Spanish for Families, Medical Spanish and TEFL.
1. Intensive Total Immersion Program
Specially designed for people who want to learn Spanish very quickly, particularly for employment purposes. Language barriers can be an impediment in business, and the most effective way to overcome these barriers is with a tailor-made course in a country where Spanish is the primary language. This program is based on a total immersion model. You will study Spanish with a private teacher in the morning followed by lunch with your teacher to practice conversation skills. Following lunch, the afternoon will be spent visiting the city while you practice your Spanish.
2. Spanish for Travelers
Focuses on Spanish phrases and expressions that you most commonly use while traveling. Cover a lot of vocabulary that you might use while travelling around South America - such as numbers, days of the week, colors, food and meals. We cover greetings, social talk and concentrate on grammar in the present tense.
3. Medical Spanish
Specialization classes will focus on medical vocabulary, conversation skills, role-playing and videos that you will find necessary working in the medical field. Part of the classes will focus on traditional Andean medicine.
4. Spanish for University Students
Earn credits for courses you take at AMAUTA. The program includes lectures about Latin American history and literature as well as visits to sites of interest. We analyze newspapers daily, and have debates on interesting topical subjects.
5. Spanish for 55+
Tailored to the needs and interests of people over 55 years. Course will contain visits to the museum MALBA, the Plaza San Martin, the Japanese Gardens, the famous Cemetery of Recoleta or a trip to a local market or artisans’ fair. The program also offers lectures on the culture, history, and music.
6. Spanish and TEFL
The program is a 4-week course that consists of 2 hours of private Spanish classes, and 6 hours of TEFL-course daily. U.S.
7. Spanish and DELE
- Certificado Inicial (intermediate)
- Certificado Basico (high intermediate)
- Diploma Superior (advanced level).
The exam tests five different skills: reading, writing, grammar and vocabulary, listening, and oral expression.
8. Spanish and Adventure Courses in Peru
Course includes four sessions of Spanish lessons each day as well as daily sessions spent mastering an adventure sport. You can choose from Paragliding in the Sacred Valley, Rock climbing near Cusco, Trekking in the Andes, Yoga or Spirituality, or River Rafting
9. Spanish and Excursions in Perú
The program includes 44 hours of Spanish instruction (a combination of group and individual classes) and several excursions in and around Cusco. The total program is three weeks, although extra weeks and additional excursions can be booked upon request.
10. Spanish and Culture in Peru
Combines learning Spanish with specialty workshops in cultural areas such as dance, music, cooking, weaving, history, and much more.
11. Spanish for Families
Include more facilities, adaptable and specially designed programs for children or all ages. Our Spanish for Families program is designed so that everyone in the family has a fantastic time on holiday while learning Spanish, in custom designed programs.
12. All-in-One: Spanish + Excursions + Volunteering
A total of 40 hours of group Spanish courses, 20 hours of volunteering, and an opportunity to take 10 hours of a cultural workshop (weaving or music). Three weeks of accommodation at the Students Residence is included, and while volunteering, complimentary workshops and activities (including additional Spanish support) are offered.
1. Walking tour around the city
2. Welcome dinner for all new Students
3. School events
4. Peruvian cooking class
5. Dance class
6. Music class with Peruvian intstruments
7. Latin American movie nights
8. Farewell gathering
9. Lectures on Peruvian culture, society and places of interest
1. Local Host Families
For those who wish to make a cultural journey, learning not only the Spanish language but also about the local culture through the experiences, lives and customs of a local family. Special diets, such as those for vegetarians, can be catered for.
2. Student Residences
AMAUTA Peru runs its own, very popular student residence, located in the same building as the school. A stone’s throw from the Plaza de Armas, students are accommodated in double or single rooms and enjoy a free breakfast and one home cooked Peruvian warm meal a day
3. Student Flats
For those who prefer to live independently, making new friends and sharing daily life with other foreign and/or Latin American students. Standard accommodation is in shared rooms (there is a supplement for single rooms) and students are invited to sue the shared living room, kitchen and bathroom facilities.
1. International Association of Facilitators (IAF)
2. Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Here are what some people who used Amauta Spanish School said about their experiences. Their average rating across all categories is /5.