Yossuda Raicharoen, UK
University of Edinburgh
Before coming to Nepal to do the internship on the human rights-related field, I did not really expect much about the experience I would gain.
Clare Jenkins, Canada
Humber College in Toronto
I had the most incredible experience in Nepal.
I learned so much about the country, culture and media but most importantly met some very special people who taught me even more than I could have imagined I would learn.
Noah Granger & Alice Ormrod
Medical elective, UK
Internship Nepal was a fantastic organization to undertake a medical elective with. Organisation of the placements in the various hospitals in the local area was well thought out with attention paid to the specialty chosen and goals of placement.
Casey Ek, USA
Upon arriving in Nepal, I was at a loss for words. I didn't fully understand what I had gotten myself into, nor did I have a solid idea about the work I would be doing with local media.
Nelly Rahimy, Germany
I am a student from Germany and came to Nepal in order to learn more about photography. The teacher, Ram, is great! Not only did he teach me more about photography than I had imagined, but also he took me to amazing places and events which helped me to a better understanding of Nepali culture.
NIna & Marieke, Bulgium
We are Marieke and Nina, nursing students from Belgium. We came to Nepal with this organisation for a nursing internship in the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital in Kathmandu.
Brett Tanning. USA
Medical elelctive, M.D
Western Michigan University
This is Brett Tanning. I came to Internship Nepal in March of 2016, staying at “the lovely home” with Nardev, “Mama” and their 3 children, as well as a group of other interns of medical and photojournalism studies, including visitors from France, Germany, and Belgium, and worked in anesthesiology at Kathmandu Model Hospital, with Dr.
Zhoe Zhang, China
I have spent 3 weeks at the beginning of this year to join the photojournalist project in Internship Nepal. This is really a cool and impressive experience.
Alice Cheng, Taiwan
Today is the last day of my staying in Kathmandu, it has been a month since I live in this beautiful house at this amazing country.
Susu D'amour, South Korea
It has been quite a long journey for me to end up this an year trip around southeast-Asia, I still was struggling of the status of my mind and most importantly for becoming the settled photographer to find an aim to start project with.
University of New South Wales, Sydney
I had an amazing experience during my 4-week medical elective organised by Internship Nepal. I was placed at Kirtipur Hospital, which is a small community hospital outside of the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu city.
Nestled in the unique neighbourhood of Bishalnagal, Nardev's family home provides a warm welcome for all internship participants.