Join a Physiotherapy internship in Nepal for high school students and learn from skilled and experienced physiotherapists. You’ll shadow physiotherapists in a medical setting, and live and work with a group of teenagers from around the world. Throughout it all, Projects Abroad staff will be by your side.
You’ll shadow physiotherapists as they work with adults and children in a busy teaching hospital or in a spinal injury centre in Chitwan. At your placement, you will see how procedures are conducted, and how patients are treated. This an exciting and memorable way to add work experience to your CV. It might also help you decide if physiotherapy is the career you want to pursue.
In Chitwan, you will stay at a hotel with your group. When you’re not working, our staff have organised plenty of social and cultural activities for you to enjoy, along with a weekend trip!
Please note this calculator is for pricing information only. You will need to choose your final dates and duration on our application form.
When you apply you only pay £195, which comes off the total price.
Looking to do more than one project? Call us on 01273 007 230 to see if we can offer a discount.
High School Specials - Hassle-free, pre-planned trips for 15-18 year olds that help you step out of your comfort zone
Nepal > Physiotherapy
Fixed dates during school holidays
This project is only for 15-18 year olds
What's included in the price?
Food (three meals a day)
Travel and medical insurance
Airport pick-up and drop-off
Full induction and orientation by an experienced staff member on arrival
Transport to and from your work placement
In-country support and 24-hour back-up from our team of full-time local staff
Emergency assistance from our international emergency response team
Project equipment and materials, including access to our database with thousands of resources
Training and workshops from our experienced local staff
Regular social events and community activities with other volunteers and interns
Access to our local office with internet connection
Certification of project completion
Access to our alumni services and discounts
Visa support and advice
Fundraising support, including your own personalised fundraising website
Pre-departure preparation by your own specialist Volunteer Advisor
Personalised MyProjectsAbroad website, with all the information you need about your project, accommodation and destination
A free cultural awareness course
Membership to our volunteer social media groups, to share information and to get in touch
Organised weekend tourism trips
Dedicated full-time staff members with you 24 hours a day
What's not included?
Visa costs (where applicable)
What will I do on a Physiotherapy internship in Nepal for teenagers?
During your time as a Physiotherapy intern in Nepal, you will have many opportunities to learn and explore. These are some of the things you’ll do:
- Observe physiotherapists at your placement as they work with patients
- Build your practical healthcare knowledge
- Explore a new country and make new friendships during socials and weekend travel
Your work will mainly focus on the following:
Observe physiotherapists at your placement as they work with patients
You’ll learn by shadowing physiotherapists as they work with patients. Watch as the therapist works with spinal injury patients, or as they teach teach children with special needs how to stretch out a muscle. Use this time to ask questions and learn as much as you can. We encourage you to take notes, so you can remember everything you saw and learned that day.
Expand your healthcare knowledge
On our Physiotherapy internship for teenagers in Nepal, we’ll teach you about the musculoskeletal system and how it relates to the study of physiotherapy. This is a great way to expand your practical medical knowledge. You may also be able to speak with orthopedic surgeons, nurses, or other medical staff, and ask questions related to physiotherapy.
Explore a new country and make new friendships
Throughout your time in Nepal, you will have plenty of opportunities to explore and travel! Projects Abroad staff will be with you, as you and your group do things like:
- A traditional dance class
- A yoga class
- Visit ancient temples
- Buy souvenirs at a local market
- Visit Chitwan National Park for the weekend
These exciting activities give you chance to socialise with people your age from around the world, and also a chance to learn more about Nepal’s culture.
Where in Nepal will I work?
You will complete our Physiotherapy internship in Chitwan, Nepal. You will live in a hotel, and do observation work in a teaching hospital or in a spinal injury centre.
Known as the Medical City of Nepal, Chitwan is home to a variety of top-rated medical institutions.
Drawing people from all across the country, northern India and other parts of the Himalayan region, it’s become something of a medical tourism hot spot over the past few years.
When you’re not working, we’ve organised social and cultural activities to keep you busy, along with a weekend trip to Chitwan National Park.
My decision to go to Nepal was definitely the best decision of my life. The things I saw whilst there were eye opening and have made so much more of an impact on me than just seeing photos and hearing stories on the news.
Physiotherapy Internships for High School Students in Nepal
We set out the aims and objectives of our projects in documents called Management Plans. We use them to properly plan the work you’ll do. They also help us measure and evaluate our achievements and impact each year.
Ultimately, our Management Plans help us make our projects better. This in turn means you get to be part of something that makes a real impact where it’s needed. Read more about our Management Plans.
Measuring Our Impact
Every year, thousands of High School Special volunteers and interns actively make a difference around the world. During their time abroad, they contribute towards achieving long-term goals and make a long-lasting positive impact on the communities where they work.
We produce an annual High School Specials Impact Report, which documents some of these achievements. Find out more about the impact of these projects, and read the latest report.
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