Kathmandu and beyond
- Kathmandu is… “The buzzing capital of Nepal, with colorful markets, and rich artistic heritage.”
- Explore ancient Buddhist pagodas, and Hindu temples
- Discover Thamel, feel the buzz of the busy backpacker hub
- Hike through the Himalayas, go paragliding over snow-capped peaks, and dive headfirst off one of the highest bungee jumps in the world
- Talkative, energetic, and full of fascinating stories, the city’s diverse population comes from far and wide
accommodation and team
Spacious and beautifully furnished, our private house, is located in an upscale eastern area of Kathmandu. The rooms are spread over three floors, and the panoramic views from the roof terrace are sensational. The main living space is next to the kitchen, creating a great social heart within the house where you can chat with housemates about everything you’ve seen on your clinical internship in Nepal.
Our Kathmandu Program Manager and their assistant oversee day-to-day operations at the house, and provide 24/7 support throughout. You’ll have two tasty meals cooked by our chef each day, and our weekly BBQ night is always good fun. Our housekeeper takes care of the cleaning and a local language teacher visits twice a week to host lessons.
VILLAGE HEALTHCARE WEEK
Our village healthcare week is a one-off opportunity to discover a completely different side to healthcare in Nepal. Living in the Himalayan foothills for a week, you’ll gain firsthand experience of rural healthcare and local mountain culture.
The Gurung people will welcome you into their community, and you’ll accompany them to their village health post each morning. Here, resources are far more limited than they are in the city. Afternoons are about immersing yourself in Gurung culture. You can learn how to fish, milk buffalo, and cook local meals, as well as visit, local temples and meet the village shaman. This experience really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Placements in Nepal - Kathmandu
"I honestly wish I could have extended my stay."
Adrianne Thompson, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs 2018Read more
"Doctors put almost every labouring woman on a drug that helps contractions, even if they were already contracting well naturally."
Karla Torrisi, Australian Catholic University 2019Read more
The doctors and nurses are supremely knowledgeable and excellent teachers.
Mauricio Medrano, University of Queensland 2019Read more
"Take every chance you get — my Work the World experience in Kathmandu was that chance for me".
Sem Jue, 2018Read more
"In the first week, I experienced high risk care on the labour ward... Some things were shocking but I learnt so much".
Eloise Taylor, Birmingham City University 2018Read more