Please note that the Peruvian educational institution or training facility has to be recognized by the Peruvian Ministry of Education or the National Assembly of University Rectors.In some cases "short-term" students and participants of study abroad programs don't have to apply for a student visa.In general citizens of the countries in the listing below do NOT have to apply for a visa at an embassy or consulate before entering Peru.
If you can't pay this fee you will be held in custody until someone pays it for you.
Therefore we recommend checking the current regulations before your trip to Peru with the nearest Peruvian Consulate or Embassy!
Regardless of the nationality, anyone travelling to Peru for business purposes, especially when business contracts or agreements are signed or business related financial transaction are made, has to apply for a business visa at a Peruvian Consulate before entering the country.
The Peruvian business visa is a multiple entry visa and entitles its holder to enter Peru within a time period of 12 months from the date of issue.
The maximum stay on a business is 183 day per year, but the consulates abroad reserve the right to grant visas for shorter stays. Visa requirement for a Peruvian Business Visa include, but may not be restricted to: Students planning to study at a Peruvian educational institution or wanting to do an internship / apprenticeship (without payment) at a Peruvian company, have to apply for a student visa.
You should contact the nearest Peruvian consulate to check if this exception applies to you.