Peru is a country known as the historic center of South America. Once a stronghold of the Inca empire, today, it is represented by a multitude of ethnic groups: Europeans, Japanese, Chinese, Africans, and Mestizos. The official status in the country is Spanish and Quechua. Territorially the country is divided into 3 large areas: the coastal Pacific belt, the Amazon rainforest, the Andes mountain range, and in every region full of attractions - the most famous in the world and attractive for tourists are Machu Picchu, Incan, Moche, Nazca.
The country is famous for its Spanish heritage, culture, the education system here is also similar to the Spanish one: it includes preschool, school (primary, secondary) level and higher (profile, university) level. In universities, to obtain a Bachelor's degree, students need to study for 3 years. Master's programme provides for additional one-year of studying. As for specialties and directions, technical and humanities, social sciences have about the same popularity.
Actually, studying Spanish in Peru is a real pleasure: to consolidate knowledge and improve skills for students here during the travels of the Amazon, exploring the ancient architectural complexes of Machu Picchu, dating Indian traditions and customs. The choice of courses for study in the country is wide - individual, standard group classes, Spanish courses, combined with volunteer work.