-Yosuke Sano, Japan
As a mountain lover, I always wanted to go to Nepal and climb mountains.
- Elena Samonova, Russia
Human Rights Research
I came to Nepal for 3 month to make a research about child rights for my university thesis.
S. Som, USA
With only a week in Nepal, I had the pleasure of accompanying Mr. Ram Hugamai, a photojournalist with over 20 years of experience in the field and Senior Editor of Gorkhapatra National Daily on a journey through Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu—a bustling city full of history, culture, and scenery, jam-packed with over 3 million people, devout in their spiritually, traditions, and good will, but also eager and ready for political, social, and economical change.
Technische Universität München
Coming to Nepal and coming to see how medicine in Nepal works has made an incredible impression on me.
Simon Gillespie, Canada
Univversity of Montreal
As a university student, I strongly believe that having internships is the greatest way to learn.
–Seth Ostrowski, USA,
When I graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage in December of 2007, I realized that I had yet to do a single internship.
– Steve Francois,
As a student in political science, the chance to experience working in a foreing country is priceless. To be able to do it in Nepal was wonderful and will help troughout my life.
– Crystal Street
The opportunity to work as a journalist in a foreign country is a priceless experience, and in the proper environment it can alter career paths and life perspectives.
–Brian Wraight, USA
When I came to Nepal I had never stood in front of a class and tried to teach before. For those of you in the same situation fear not.
–Haresh Tilani, Singapore
My experience in Nepal was eye-opening, to say the least. Things kicked off with a short stay with the very hospitable Mr.
Todd Krainin, Canada
Having been to the Kingdom of Nepal as a tourist just eight months ago, I thought I had a good idea of what to expect.