Study, Work, Live in Nepal
Are you looking for an exclusive study abroad experience, to submerge yourself in a new culture and explore an exciting natural landscape? If so, our study abroad program in Nepal may be a great option for you. Nestled in the Himalayas in South Asia, Nepal is a developing country with a vivacious culture and history, a great study abroad choice for anyone interested in social and economic development, the environment, as well as several humanitarian volunteer and intern opportunities.
Predominantly Hindu and Buddhist, Nepali culture is unique compared to the typical Western experience, informing social customs, traditions and values. As a result, immersing yourself in Nepali culture is a valued educational opportunity to see the world from a new outlook, learning how other people think and live outside if your own social experiences. If you are interested in learning more about Hindu and Buddhist philosophy, culture, and traditions, Nepal may be the place to visit. Nepali culture is also heavily prejudiced by traditional folklore.
Many of Nepal’s social, artistic, and culinary traditions are heavily influenced by the region’s primary religious beliefs, Hinduism and Buddhism. The same is true for social values and lifestyle. For example, Nepal highlights forest and biodiversity conservation. As a developing nation, there are also many opportunities to get involved with humanitarian volunteer and internship programs in Nepal, as well as studying social and economic development.
Documentation process is easy for Nepalese Medical colleges in comparison to other countries. Nepal is very close to India and it does not require visa to travel or study. To study MBBS in Nepal is cheaper than Pvt Indian medical colleges and other top countries like USA, UK, Australia, Canada etc. The standard of education is excellent in Medical colleges of Nepal. Their syllabus and curriculum are very similar to India and no new language needed to be learnt. That’s why most of the Indian student prefers Nepal when it comes to studying MBBS abroad.
- 50 % in 10 + 2
- (45% for SC/ST/OBC) with PCB from a recognized board.
- NEET Qualified