Internship in Nepal

Introducing Internship Nepal

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You have probably seen the impressive images of the Himalayan peaks in all their snowy glory? Perhaps you have wondered what kind of people live in this mountainous country? Are they tough? Isolated? Do they endure the cold weather and steamy summers with a stoic, quiet demeanor? No, no and yes but in a beautiful and kind way. The Nepalese people are among the friendliest and most hospitable you will ever encounter. They will welcome you into their homes and families with open arms, share their traditions with you and give you a rare glimpse into their magical world.

 

Internship Nepal

Opening the door to this mystical country, you’ll need Internship Nepal. They are the local friend who greets you at the airport, the home waiting for you at the end of a long day, the family cheering you up when you feel homesick, and the buddies taking you on awesome trips and excursions to explore your new surroundings. The team behind Internship Nepal consists of driven people who have made it their top priority to help you make the most of your time in Nepal. They go above and beyond in their mission to open Nepal up to the world; taking you on hikes, drives, climbs and swim across their country.

 

Former students have told us about their favorite memories, which include amazing real job experiences in surgical wards, night drives through Kathmandu taking pictures of holy festivals, and attending weddings as honored guests.

 

What to expect from Kathmandu?

Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal, is the spiritual and political heart of the country. Offering its visitors a healthy dose of reality (read: traffic chaos) before sweeping them away with otherworldly temples and views, this is the ultimate assault on the senses. We recommend coming here with an open mind, an adventurous attitude and a good camera. You don’t want to miss a thing!

 

What can you do in Nepal?

Internship Nepal can help you find an internship in several exciting sectors. How about a journalism/photography internship where you are taken on excursions around the city to learn how to capture different types of situations and motifs? Or a medical elective in one of the Kathmandu hospitals in either medicine, nursing or physiotherapy. Or, how about an internship in human rights with one of the NGOs in Nepal? Previous interns have been involved in EU funded projects, working with fundraising, public relations and proposal writing. 

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