Our school is centrally located in Miraflores, well known for it's parks, restaurants and night life.
British run and in operation for over 10 years in Lima, the school enjoys an excellent reputation with students and teachers alike.
Help with Employment
Quality English teachers are in high demand in Lima, with a CELTA you will be very attractive to the many language schools in the city. We can provide assistance in finding work after your course.
Being so central, there are many accommodation options close to the school including flats for rent, apart hotels, hotels and hostels. We can provide assistance with finding accommodation for our trainees.
Peru is home to one of the world’s most famous archeological wonders, Machu Picchu. It’s a nation rich in ancient history, mountains, jungles, deserts and thousands of miles of Pacific coastline. Some people come for the world-class surfing. Others for Lima’s succulent cuisine. And yet others come to drink in the spiritual and archeological mysteries of the Incas, high in the Andes Mountains.
Lima, Peru’s capital is at the center of it all with a bustling populace of 8.5 million people. Here, you’ll find the richest of the rich living side by side with the poorest of the poor – from crumbling buildings and poverty-stricken barrios, to ornate Spanish colonial buildings and pre-colonial ruins, to opulent golf courses and lavish malls.
Lima’s shopping, restaurants, theatres and energetic nightlife will impress you. If you want to dance salsa, reggae, hop-hip, or the latest club music, you’ll find it here. The boutiques of Miraflores and the ultra-modern Jockey Plaza mall provide endless opportunities to shop-till-you-drop for luxurious brands, rustic Andean crafts, books, handcrafted jewelry and more.
As a focal point for Spanish colonial conquest, the Spanish spoken in Peru is very clear, making Lima an ideal choice for anyone looking to hone their Spanish language skills while soaking up the beaches, tasty restaurants and sun. Spain also left behind numerous examples of colorful and sprawling colonial architecture, providing the perfect backdrop for learning one of the world’s most widely spoken languages.
But if you ask Peruvians what they love most about Lima, they’ll rattle off an exhaustive list of gourmet restaurants that will leave your mouth watering in expectation. Lima’s reputation as the Gastronomical Capital of Latin America is definitely a source of pride. In fact, savvy foodies and travellers come from all over the world just to sample Lima’s 5-star cuisine. And if it’s summertime, they’ll tell you to go directly to the beach for a tangy pisco sour and a succulent dish of ceviche, which is always best when served with ample amounts of sunshine and the sounds of seagulls and crashing waves.