Volunteering Solutions offers an incredibly meaningful Medical Internship Program in Nepal, meant for all medical & nursing students who are keen to travel to the Himalayan nation and be a part of a learning journey.
What work will I get to do as an intern?
Interns usually get to work at the local government and private hospitals as well as healthcare clinics, where they can shadow the professionals and work closely with them, gaining practical experience. You can also organize healthcare camps along with your fellow interns, and serve the people for good.
Why should I be a medical intern in Nepal?
Being an intern, you'll not only get to learn from the experts and gain first-hand international work experience, but you'll also understand how the healthcare system works in a developing country like Nepal. You'll be able to contribute effectively towards the well being of those who need your care and treatment. Apart from that, you'll also get a chance to spend some quality time in the country and explore the beauty of the HimalayasApply Now
- Nepal - Quick Facts
- Start Dates : All Year Round
- Duration : 2-24 Weeks
- Program Location : Kathmandu
- Minimum Age : 18 years+
- Certificate - Offered after Program completion
Program: Medical Internship
I absolutely believe this trip was an eye-opener. I learnt a lot in Kanti hospital and the doctors were very friendly and answered all my questions. Nepal is a beautiful place where you can see breath-taking things and gain lots of experience and the people there are amazingly friendly and helpful. The coordinators were really friendly and helpful. They were always in contact throughout the whole stay. The overall living experience was excellent. It was very comfortable and homely stay with all the facilities that I could have asked for. The experience was very worthwhile
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Volunteer in Nepal - Faq's
FAQ's - Nepal
Connect with Past Volunteers
We encourage volunteers to get in touch with former Volunteering Solutions participants and also other program participants joining our projects. You are recommended to join the Volunteering Solutions Facebook Page or Facebook Group to connect with other participants and our team.
You can also visit the Nepal Program Reviews page to view the testimonials and feedbacks of our past participants.
To read alumni interviews and experiences, visit the ‘Meet a Volunteer’ section on our website.
Flights and Visa
Getting a Visa for this little Himalayan nation isn’t difficult in any way. You can get your visa on arrival at Kathmandu Airport itself or alternatively, you can also apply for Nepal Visa at your nearest Nepal Embassy.
The major airlines flying into Kathmandu are:
Health and Safety
Hepatitis A and B
You are also requested to consult your doctor before traveling to Nepal to get a list of recommended vaccinations.
Also, if you have altitude sickness then ask your doctor to prescribe proper medicines.
Accommodation and Living
We encourage our volunteers to travel. We have designed various weekend tours which can be booked under the ‘Add-on Tours’ section in your ‘My Account’. Your in-country coordinator will also help you book and organize the tours once you are in the country.
FAQ's Application and Program Details
VolSol recommends all its volunteers to apply for the desired programs well in advance. Our major booking seasons are from January to July and September to December.
As we have limited spots available in our programs and serve on first come first basis, it is strongly recommended to apply for the program and book your spots well in advance. You can book your spot in the program by filling an online form and paying the application fee.
Once you complete your application, your individual 'My Account' will be active in which you will receive your placement confirmation after which you can pay the program fees. You can pay the program fees later as well in installments, but 45 days before the program starts.
He/she should have the flexibility to adjust in new environment and culture.
For Medical Program – Pre-Medical, Medical and Nursing students as well as Medical Professionals are welcome to join. Participants with other qualifications in the medical field such as CAN, EMT can also join the program.
Participants must be in good health.
Volunteers who are 16-year-old are also accepted in the Childcare program in Nepal. However, they need to provide a notarized parental consent form.
Yes, you are welcome to take part in any of the volunteering projects in Nepal as a group. It is a popular destination for group participation. Our Nepal programs have hosted large student groups from around the world including that of schoolies coming for short term volunteering programs. Also, we can design special group programs for groups of 5 or more. Our programs are designed to be safe, affordable and offer a great group volunteering experience to the volunteers.
In our experience of more than 12+ years we have enabled and facilitated volunteer program placements for college groups, university groups, high school groups, group of families, group of couples as well as groups of colleagues.
All volunteers are provided with the airport pick up from the Tribhuvan International Airport (Airport Code: KTM) by the local coordinator or representative. Those who are arriving overland or are already in Nepal will be picked up at? a meeting point decided beforehand.
For our returning volunteers, $50 discount is provided for the application fee for their next VolSol program.