In addition to its high quality Spanish lessons, ECELA offers students a range of activities for during their free time. The school in Lima, openend in 2007, has a very welcoming atmosphere, thanks to the friendly and helpful teachers. The teachers all have a university diploma and, on average, two years of experience teaching Spanish.
With ECELA you can study in three other cities in two South American countries (Chile and Peru). All schools use the same teaching methods so you can study Spanish in another country while staying with an ECELA school. Once you have registered in one ECELA school, you do not need to pay the registration fee again. If you like watersports, in the school in Lima you can combine your Spanish lessons with a surf course.
The school is located in the popular and secure Miraflores district. There are many bars, clubs, restaurants and shops all located nearby. ECELA Lima is also located close to many of the school's host families, making study more comfortable with short journeys to school. The spacious patio as well as the student lounge provide you with great opportunities to relax during your breaks. The school building is also close to the main street from where you can easily visit the city sights by bus or taxi.
The school's staff organizes a daily activity program including trips to the city centre, dancing and cooking lessons, museum visits, trips to the beach, football matches and cinema outings. Some of these activities are free and others are offered at a reduced price. The ECELA team can also assist you to plan your own activities, such as weekend excursions, for your free time.
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ECELA Lima - Valentin
Very friendly teachers who really understand how to teach. The lessons are held in Spanish, but it’s really good to try understand, even for people who don’t speak a word of Spanish before (like me). In the school you have snacks and drinks and some music during breaks. Very family-like. Four times per week they offer leisure time activities like a cooking class, salsa course, museum trips, movie nights or some big trips to other cities on the weekend.
My accommodation in a Peruvian's flat was very luxurious, he was so friendly and helpful! And he was very, very clean. I could also cook my own food whenever I wanted to and could come and go, no matter what time.
Very nice experience!