IELTS Test Centers in Peru

By | July 22, 2020

IELTS Testing Centres in Peru

In total, there are 5 test locations in Peru that offer IELTS exams. You can select the one which is closer to you.

There are two types of test format available for IELTS exams: paper-based or computer-delivered. For both formats, the Speaking Section is done with a real IELTS examiner on a face-to-face basis.

Lima, Peru

British Council – Centro de Idiomas de la Universidad del Pacífico

Street Address: 018, Av. Alfredo Benavides 1657, Miraflores 15048, Peru

Telephone Number: +51 1 2190512

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.up.edu.pe/idiomas/preparacion-examenes-internacionales/ielts/

Lima, Peru

British Council – Británico Empresarial

Street Address: Calle Río de la Plata 152, San Isidro 15046, Peru

Telephone Number: +51 1 6153434

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.britanico.edu.pe/Index.aspx?aID=229

Lima, Peru

IH Lima

Street Address: LIMA, Diagonal 550, Miraflores 15074, Peru

Telephone Number: +51 1 4461968

Website URL: https://ihlima.com/

Lima, Peru

IELTS Peru – Computer Delivered

Street Address: Av. José Pardo 601, Miraflores 15074, Peru

Telephone Number: +51 1 6803001

Website URL: https://ielts.com.pe

IELTS Test Dates Testing Locations Types of Exam
2020/07/23 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training
2020/07/25 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training
2020/07/30 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training
2020/08/1 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training
2020/08/4 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training
2020/08/5 IELTS Academic and IELTS General Training

Arequipa, Peru

Francisco Rojas School (Arequipa) – By IELTS Peru

Street Address: 018, Av. Alfredo Benavides 1657, Miraflores 15048, Peru

Telephone Number: +51 1 6803001

Contact Email: [email protected]

Website URL: http://www.educert.pe

List of cities in Peru where you can take the IELTS tests

  • Arequipa
  • Lima

More about Peru

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IELTS Test Centers in Peru

Natural resources

Peru has large reserves of copper, silver, gold, lead, iron, tin and uranium ore, as well as oil and natural gas. It is one of the leading producing countries (2014) for gold (140 t), silver (3 778 t), zinc (1.3 million t), lead (278 000 t) and copper (1.38 million t). The extraction of iron ore, crude oil (25.4 million barrels) and, more recently, natural gas, which is increasingly being exported, are also important. Copper extraction centers are located in southern Peru; In the central Peruvian Andes region (the most important mining center is Cerro de Pasco), copper ores take a back seat to lead and zinc ores. The main location of iron ore mining is Marcona. Phosphate deposits exist in the coastal desert of northwestern Peru. The oil deposits, which were developed in 1869, are also located here. In the Selva, the oil fields near Pucallpa and the Río Ucayali were joined by the extensive oil deposits discovered in the early 1970s in the north of the Peruvian Amazon lowlands.

Tourism

The main points of attraction are Lima (buildings from the colonial era), Cuzco (capital of the Inca Empire), the ruined city of Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, and the Amazon lowlands (the most important starting point for visits to the tropical rainforest is Iquitos). In 2015, 3.5 million foreign tourists came to Peru, two thirds of them from North and South America. The revenues of this industry amounted to US $ 4.15 billion. Check barblejewelry to see Peru As a Tourism Country.

Peru’s railways

One of the highest railway lines in the world

Peru’s railways are considered inconvenient, cheap, but fascinating because of the scenic route. In any case, they are special because they drive the highest routes in the world.

The construction of the railway line through the Peruvian Andes was a mammoth undertaking that was initially considered impracticable. After all, it took almost 25 years for the 222 km long route from the port of Callao on the Pacific, through the capital Lima, to La Oroya. For the first 178 km, the railway line has to overcome a difference in altitude of around 4,800 m. Because of the natural obstacles, even measuring the route was an adventure: In some cases, the measuring points had to be blasted out of the rock, and the actual construction could not begin until 1870. The route initially largely follows the Rímac valley. Then it rises to the watershed between the Pacific and Atlantic steadily on. At kilometer 75.2 it has already reached a height of 1,495 m and leads into a first hairpin where the train changes direction and continues in the opposite direction to the next hairpin. So he “shuttles” higher and higher up the mountains. Countless hairpin bends, bridges and tunnels had to be built. Over 7,000 workers are said to have died during the construction of the railway.

In the last tunnel before La Oroya, the route runs at an altitude of 4,783 m. For comparison: Mont Blanc is 4,810 m high. The line reaches its highest point shortly before the Galera station, one of the highest train stations in the world. “Punto Ferroviario Mas Alto del Mundo – 4 818 Metros – 15 806 Pies” (“Highest point of the railway in the world – 4 818 m – 15 806 feet”) is documented by a sign. Today, however, this section of the route is only used as a branch line for ore traffic. Due to the possible altitude sickness among passengers, a doctor is generally included, and there are oxygen devices on board.

Since 2006, the highest point reached by the railroad has been on Tanggula Pass at 5,072 m above sea level on the 1,100 km long mountain railway from Qinghai Province to Lhasa in Tibet.