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Spanish Immersion Peru
Apart from being one of the world’s premier sightseeing destinations—with a stunning coastline on the West, a gorgeous desert region and breathtaking pyramids and World Treasures like Machu Picchu nestled inland in the tropical jungles and skyscraping mountain peaks—Peru is an ideals place for the beginning, intermediate or advanced Spanish learner who wants to truly be immersed in the language because of the slow and clearly enunciated dialect that the locals speak.

Plus, people here are super friendly. It is a perfect combination. Spanish immersion in Peru is fun and easy because everybody wants to be your friend. Supplement the natural, street-wise Peru Spanish immersion with an accredited intensive course either through an American university, a local private language academy, or even one of the local community colleges that feature extremely cheap tuition for Spanish courses in Lima, Quito, Arequipa, Trujillo and Chiclayo. We show you where to find the affordable Spanish classes Peru offers on this page so read this:

Adult Spanish classes Peru
When you compare prices of private Spanish classes versus Peru community college, adult education and community college Spanish courses, the difference in the cost of lessons is often stunning. Remember that Peru was only fairly recently introduced to a market economy in which privatized education competes with public choices. As a student, you will want to consider carefully where the money you pay is going. In the public schools, nearly 100% of your money will go directly to your teacher and the course materials, while the state picks up most of the administrative costs. Private language schools are a booming business, and they have shareholders to respond to. That means in order to exist and continue providing valuable, quality Spanish lessons, they still have to generate a profit with the money that you pay in tuition—where else would that money come from? So if it is a question of value for your money, the public Spanish schools are by far the better choice, and the quality of teaching is just as good as the private schools. Sometimes, however, there is less selection and adults seeking required college credits or continuing education units or even non-credit Spanish classes in Peru in order to refresh your knowledge Spanish or if you haven’t studied it before then just to get by at a conversational level, you will be sometimes wiser to choose a private language academy, they are everywhere in the country including cities like Cajamarca, Sechura, Pucallpa, Piura, Sullana, Paita, Huancayo, Ayacucho, Ica, Chincha Alta and, of course, Pisco (Mmm..).

Spanish for kids in Peru
Toddler immersion, preschool, elementary school level Spanish classes for grades 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 plus middle school level Spanish and high school language courses in Peru, South America are all available because as you well know by now there are a LOT of expats here who have children who are growing up bilingual (at least. Sometime trilingual) and it is crucial to have the fundamentals of Spanish taught to children living in Peru at the age appropriate level. Even if you are here on assignment or sabbatical for a relatively short period of time say 6-8 months, or 9-12 months, or even just a few weeks in Peru your child will absorb Spanish incredibly quickly (that’s just how they are) and so it is practically your duty and responsibility to equip your offspring with these valuable language skills. Don’t have the time to find the best children’s Spanish courses in Peru? That’s where we come in. We show you where to find affordable children’s Spanish immersion here.

Spanish lessons combined with community outreach for Harvard students doing a summer program in Peru.
Business Spanish in Lima, Peru UCLA Center for World Languages
Lima, Peru Spanish courses El Sol Escuela de Espanol
Peru summer Spanish courses combined with development projects through Cal Poly International Education and Programs
Cusco Peru Spanish for kids South America Spanish School

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