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Best Study Abroad Programs in Nepal for International Students 2020 Update

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Best Study Abroad Programs in Nepal for International Students 2020 Update.

Study Abroad Programs in Nepal: Nepal officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal is a landlocked country in South Asia. It is situated majorly in the Himalayas but also comprises parts of the Indo-Gangetic Plain.

Nepal has an amazing study program for everyone including international students. Read through to get the available study program in Nepal.

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1. Nepal: Medical and Dental Internships in Kathmandu

Program Description

Intern at a Hospital or Health Clinic. It is Calculated that many Nepali individuals, particularly ladies and kids, endure pointlessly because of an absence of fundamental medicinal consideration.

Working at a medical clinic or center is a chance to give a genuinely necessary administration and adapt firsthand about fundamental human services in an underdeveloped nation.

These positions are perfect for pre-prescription, pre-dental, and pre-nursing understudies who have finished some significant coursework. Further developed positions are accessible for nursing and therapeutic understudies who wish to get clinical experience.

Genuine members are regularly welcomed to watch medical procedures. On the off chance that you have intrigue or involvement in a specific field, let us know and we will attempt to make a program customized to you.

This is an incredible program for genuine understudies who are set up their sleeves and gain from Nepali experts.

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal

Program Type: Study Abroad

Degree Level: Undergraduate

Term: Academic Year, Fall Semester, MayMester Intersession, Rolling Starts, Spring Break, Spring Semester, Summer, Winter Semester, Year-Round

Cost: New lower program fees! Please contact ELI Abroad for details!

2. Volunteer work and Opportunity in Nepal

Program Description

HFN has expanded its efforts to sponsoring the education of underprivileged children within the community and to offering a variety of volunteer programs that provide essential support to these communities.

HFN gives volunteers the opportunity to become involved in social work that raises educational awareness, enhances the lives of villagers and improves educational development.

We work in partnership with 6 other orphanages throughout Nepal where volunteers have the opportunity to change lives. Volunteering with HFN will help the lives of these orphaned children and will have a lasting impact on the local community.

HFN has various programs that give volunteers the opportunity to work with children in the orphanage, street children, women’s empowerment programs, community health (HIV/Aids awareness), paid teaching jobs, Free volunteer program and English teaching directly in the Kathmandu Valley or in rural villages throughout Nepal.

HFN also offers ministry opportunities, Church planting, youth missions work, and vocational bible school programs.

Cost Of Program

HFN strives to keep costs low while providing you with a professional service to fully prepare you for volunteering in Nepal. Compare our prices and services to other organizations.

Program booking application charge: $30 – is a nonrefundable fee which covers processing your application and pre-departure support and is not deductible from program fees.

One week US$ 150 Two weeks US$ 225 Three weeks US$ 300 Four weeks (a month) US$ 350 For each additional month US$ 325

Setting Description

The Himalayan Foundation Nepal (HFN) began in 2007 with the establishment of its orphanage. At HFN we believe that each child deserves a loving home and a hope for the future. Therefore, we started to provide care, shelter, and education for children.

The orphanage began with 4 children and has since grown to provide for 16 children from the ages of 4 to 16. HFN has grown to include a growing network of 6 orphanages in Nepal and to provide sponsorship for local community poor children by funding their school fees and purchasing their books, equipment, and uniforms.

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal

Program Type: Study Abroad

Degree Level: Undergraduate

Term: Academic Year, Fall Semester, Spring Break, Summer

3. Nepal: Tibetan and Himalayan Peoples

Program Overview

Access Virtual Library Guide This interdisciplinary program balances an overview of traditional Tibetan culture, emphasizing history and Buddhism, with the analysis of some of the most pressing contemporary issues in exile, as well as in Tibet (or, alter

Setting Description

Tibetan and Himalayan Peoples program examines the myriad factors—including historical, religious, economic, and political forces—that have shaped, and continue to shape, the diverse Himalayan communities inhabiting Nepal, northern India, and the Tibetan Autonomous Region in China. Particular emphasis is placed on societies of Tibetan/Himalayan Buddhist cultures.

Location: Kathmandu, Nepal

Program Type: Study Abroad

Degree Level: Undergraduate

Term: Fall Semester, Spring Semester

4. Nepal: Development, Gender, and Social Change in the Himalaya

Witness the challenges facing Nepal as it works to balance tradition and progress and negotiate economic, political, and social change during a very dynamic period in history. Please visit our site.

Witness the challenges facing Nepal as it works to balance tradition and progress and negotiate economic, political, and social change during a very dynamic period in history. Please visit our site.

Major Topics of Study Include:

  • Economic development, the emerging middle class, and labor migration
  • Climate change and environmental concerns in the Himalayas
  • Development theory and defining development in Nepal
  • Redefining development, social capital, and civil society
  • Ethnicity, nationhood, and social and political change
  • Causes and conditions for change and conflict
  • Caste, class, gender, and religion in Nepal
Location: Kathmandu
Currency: Nepalese Rupe

5. Kathmandu, Nepal: Microgrid Systems for Rural Development

Contribute to an ongoing effort in including solar as the main source of alternative energy in Nepal in this 10-day educational program abroad.

The country has come up with a plan to address the energy crisis and societal development after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake in 2015 that affected 30% of energy infrastructure.

The GREEN Nepal Program will analyze the role of alternative energy and its practicality, adaptability, and impact in rural societies of developing countries.

Together with other international students, you’ll get to study in a rural village in Nepal and discover the impact of solar energy on the development of local communities and their livelihoods.

You’ll get to execute off-grid solar field project planning and installation through hands-on education about microgrid system design.

Program Highlights

  • Engage with Nepal’s local communities and provide power for 400 students.
  • Trek through Nepal’s famous mountains and landscapes.
  • Learn about the earthquake that affected 30% of Nepal’s energy infrastructure.
  • Explore case studies of community resilience and recovery.
  • Gain first-hand experience with microgrids for rural development.

Locations: Nepal

  • Year(s) Offered: 2020
  • Terms Available: Winter
  • Language Skills Required: English
  • Experience Required: No

6. Nepal Leadership Trek 2020

Program Overview

Uncover your inner call to leadership through a 2-week graduate-level leadership course designed at Harvard’s Center for Public Leadership with distinguished professors Marshall Ganz and Ronald Heifetz, while also exploring the heartwarming culture and panoramas of the Himalayas.

This January, the Nepal Leadership Academy (NLA), building on its 5-year learning, is offering NLT 2020 for students and young professionals around the globe.

The course, Leading From Within, enables participants to explore and exercise the fundamentals of adaptive leadership.

Enjoy the Annapurna region’s landscape and culture, get a unique glimpse into the Himalayan village lifestyle, spend quality time with local communities, and interact with inspiring women entrepreneurs.

Students interested in continuing their time in Nepal longer than the course will have an opportunity to intern with Daayitwa as well as NLA to learn about the social impact and rural women’s economic empowerment

Program Highlights

  • Participate in a Harvard designed rigorous case-in-point course on adaptive leadership
  • Mobilize collective action towards designing a community-based project
  • Interact with inspiring women entrepreneurs and learn about social impact and community service
  • Support host communities by staying in community-run eco-lodges each night after hiking
  • Experience the breathtaking mountain views as you pass scattered farmhouses, climb through forests, and enjoy sweet oranges that grow on hillsides

Location: Nepal

Year(s) Offered: 2020

Terms Available: Winter

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