You can expect to experience a range of specialist areas on placement in Kathmandu, including neurology, cardiology and nephrology – all under the supervision of local medical professionals. When the working day is over, you’ll have plenty of time to explore Kathmandu's ornate temples and stunning natural beauty. For those looking for a little more adrenaline, why not paraglide through the snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas? Read what our students think below!
We stayed in a village, just over 100km west of Kathmandu, just over 2,000m altitude and about an hour from the Chinese border.Read more
The lack of understanding but pure appreciation from the patients, even though we did very little for them, still astounds me. I even got to be the doctor for the week under supervision!Read more
Neurocysticercosis, tuberculosis, nephrotic syndrome, meningitis, hepatitis, intussusception, Hirschsprung’s disease and the list goes onRead more
We have been to rafting, Chitwan safari and around Kathmandu from different temple visits and city tour were very packed and fruitful weeks as a traveller.Read more
There is a stressful, emotionally challenging environment in ED which you will learn a great deal fromRead more
In plastic surgeryI saw a man whose face had to be reconstructed after a bear attackRead more
I cannot imagine myself doing my elective with any other organization but Work the World...I can guarantee that it will be a once-in-a-lifetime experienceRead more