Nikhil Tamminedi, Australia
Western Sydney University
I really hoped to learn about the culture of Nepal, and I truly did! Nepal will always have a special place in my heart.
Tsung-Tao (Thomas) Yang
University of Pittsburgh, USA
Before I participate in this internship, the only thing that I learn about Nepal is it is an undeveloped country that located between China and India.
Giorgia Airoldi, Italy
Università degli studi di Bergamo
i loved my experience in Nepal for many reasons: it was nice to experience the daily life of Nepalese people while living in the host family;
I met so many intern from different parts of the world and I made good friendship; the researches I did about my thesis were satisfactory because Nepalese people are really cooperative and friendly and I loved the country in general.
Wendy Yu, Canada
Human rights internship
University of Montreal
I came to Nepal with a conservative perception of the country, but I leave with an open mind.
Sean Carmichael, Canada
When I first arrived in Nepal, I didn't have too many expectations and was not quite sure what I was getting into.
Jessica Worsley, South Africa
It was difficult to orientate myself at first, but my fellow interns and internship coordinator were friendly and helpful.
Eunike Septaria, Indonesia
Udayana University, Bali
I feel so blessed to be a part of such an amazing team of interns here in Nepal.
Vera Elma Vacek, Switzerland
2017 have opened a door to make my dream come true.
I arrived in Nepal on January 1st, as the first intern this year to follow the photojournalism internship.
James Ngan, Australia
University of Melbourne
My trip to Nepal did not come with any real expectations. More so because I prefer not to be swayed by bias when experiencing a new country and culture.
City University of Hong Kong
"I really enjoyed my 3-week-stay here that it was delightful to be in this family and meet other interns.
Cardiff Law School
Nepal is a beautiful country, with everyone willing to open-up to you and be so generous. On many occasions I took public transport to town and numerous kind Nepali strangers would offer me direction advice, and one woman even walked me to my destination and chatted to me along the way.
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.