Amauta Foundation is dedicated to teaching and research on Latin American studies and Spanish language, with courses on anthropology, history, colonial and contemporary art and environmental issues.
The Amauta Foundation is located in the historic center of Cuenca, known for its colorful flower and handicraft markets, art galleries, colonial churches and a variety of shops.
They offer general Spanish training as well as technical Spanish in different fields. Students practice grammar and the four main language skills: conversation, reading, writing, and listening.
Classes are fun and entertaining. Tutorials offer one-to-one instruction, tailored to the individual needs and goals of the student. Students can set up their own schedules. Group classes are small, with pair work and team activities.
Hermano Miguel 7-48 between Sucre & Presidente Córdova, Cuenca, Southern-AndesView Larger Map
- Moderately Priced
- Mature Travellers