Passage International : Study Abroad, Experiential Education Program in South Asia

Study Abroad, Experiential Education Program in South Asia

"The city walks were also mind bending. Especially how the city planners in these ancient cities managed water and waste – they did a much better job than Nepal or the USA is doing right now I think."
- Logan D.A. Williams, Personal Passage 2009

"I received adequate support and advising from the on-site program staff with arranging dates and sorting ticket issues; everything very well set up but with flexibility to adapt during the trip."
- Emily, Personal Passage 2008

"I think being in Nepal itself was the most positive experience. Like I told my coordinator: In the midst of the pollution, the strikes, and the poverty, Nepal has a charm about it that pulls you in and makes you want to know more about yourself and the culture responsible for this process of self-awareness."
- Isabel Garcia, Personal Passage 2009

"The family is very nice. The atmosphere is always happy. The food is good and I had a lot of freedom to do what I want. The members of the family are all sincere and open-hearted. And the family really is a history itself."
- Yuchen Zhao, Personal Passage 2009


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Kantipur FM Tower

Visit to Kantipur FM

By Logan Williams and Nimu Nepche
21 January 2012

Logan D.A Williams is a Personal Passage student who is currently interning at Tilganga Eye Center in Kathmandu, Nepal. This is her second visit. She is currently enrolled in a social science program called Science and Technology Studies. As a graduate student in this program, she is interested in studying the power structures that enable and constrain innovation and social entrepreneurship by non-governmental organisations working on the issue of avoidable blindness.