Spanish Classes - Learn Quechua and other Activities
Specific language courses
Language for volunteering
We are very proud of the quality of our teaching staff – We make sure that each professor has been trained to the best teaching techniques in language instruction. Our classes focus on communication in real situations, face to face interactions, supported by audiovisual and web-based media. We pursue the general acquisition and integration of language skills (listening, speaking, reading and writing).
Private courses (one-on-one)
Culture and literature courses
Professional focus courses
DELE preparation course
Quechua was the language of the Incas, and is still spoken by the indigenous populations of the Andes. Today, only in Peru, an estimated 10 million people speak Quechua as a first language, and it is also spoken in Bolivia and parts of Ecuador.
In order to take Quechua classes, it is indispensable to have at least an intermediate level of Spanish, as all the grammatical specificities are explained in Spanish.
If you chose to be housed in a homestay, you will be staying in families who have Quechua-speaking members. You will be able to share the life of those families where you will be able to practice your linguistic skills.
Intensive group Quechua classes
2h/week for 6 weeks – 3 times a year
Intensive Quechua Summer
Language for activities
LANGUAGE AND CRAFT
Spanish and ceramics
Week 1: 20h of standard Spanish
Week 2: 10h of standard to technical Spanish + 10h of ceramic
Week 3: 20h of ceramics
Spanish and weaving
Week 1 in Cusco: 20h of standard Spanish
Week 2 in Cusco: 10h of standard to technical Spanish + trip to the weaving museum
Week 3 in Chinchero*: 20h of textiles classes in one of the women’s weaver’s house
*Association “Loraypo” in Chinchero, a historic Inca village thirty minutes away from Cusco.
LANGUAGE FOR COMMUNITY-BASED PROGRAMS
Language and rural homestay on Lake Titicaca
Spanish and ecology in the amazon rainforest
Week 1 and 2: Intensive Spanish or Quechua in Cusco. Accommodations in homestay, hotel or apartment.
Week 3: Trip to the national park of Manu. Camping in the rain forest, and ecologically orientated treks.
Language and rural homestay in the Andean Highlands