Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world and is the second language of the United States, where usage is so extensive that it is expected to become the first language of 50% of the population. The Spanish language is an official language of the United Nations, the European Union, and other international organizations.

Spanish is used for international communication on political, economic and cultural issues. It is also an important business language, and therefore one of the most studied foreign languages in the non-Hispanic countries in America and now Europe.

You also can learn Spanish in Peru. If you think about learning Spanish and you want to know more about the Hispanic Culture, you may very well find what you´re looking for in Pery.

Let’s take a look at a leading Spanish school in Peru, Adventures Unlimited and Languages Abroad in Latin America (AULA). This Spanish School offers you a new and active way of learning Spanish. The school offers multiple of courses and highly innovative teaching methods that allow you to learn Spanish real fast. And also, the chance to discover a mysterious and fascinating culture.

The language schools are located in two different cities: Cusco and Arequipa.
The city of Cusco is situated at over 3,000 meters above sea level, among the majestic Andean mountains. It was once the capital of the Inca Empire (or Tahuantinsuyo) and was the most admired and important place known to the Incas. You will not only learn Spanish, you may also teach English abroad. Learn here how that works.

Nowadays it is considered to be the archeological capital of the Americas and the nearby Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu is among UNESCO’s most visited World Heritage sites. Studying in South America has proved attractive to people from all over the world; whether you are drawn by the culture, the history, the landscape or the chance to meet the Andean people – Cusco has what you are looking for! Check also this post on scholarships for studying abroad.

Arequipa is surrounded by magical countryside with fascinating villages with stepped terraces, dating from the old pre-Inca days that are still in use today by the local farmers. On the skirts of the western range of the Andes, at the foot of the Misti volcano. It is a beautiful city of ancestral mansions, ancient churches, and convents. You may also qualify for a TESOL position in a Spanish-speaking country if you like.

The school’s teaching method is frequently reviewed and is adaptable to all students’ needs, giving you the best chance to learn Spanish quickly and easily with the school’s excellent group of highly qualified and experienced Spanish teachers. Sure, you will face some challenges as well, but I’m sure you’ll love the experience. Come and Study Spanish in Peru!