NJP 2018

Message from Project Leader

Nepal Japan Students Exchange Program is a venture between National College and three universities in Japan namely; University of Scared Heart, Waseda University and Sophia University. The project is continuously being taken place since 2006 and it envisages to enhance the good relationship between people of Japan and Nepal through various collaboration between university level young students in these two countries. Every year in Feburary-March Japanese students along with professors come to Nepal for the research activities in the field of environment, development, sustainability and is reciprocated by Nepali students in August by visiting japan as summer project.

The project is continuously being taken place since 2006 and it envisages to enhance the good relationship between people of Japan and Nepal through various collaboration between university level young students in these two countries.

As of 2018, 189 Japanese students have visited Nepal and 72 Nepali students have visited Japan along with three professors. I am proud to be the part of this project, as Nepal’s representative, initiated by National College and equally thankful to Prof Brenda Bushell, Prof Masayuki Goto, Mr Shuji Yagyu and Prof Haruka Yamashita for their continuous dedication and tireless effort to bring the project to this level. The project has been so helpful to consolidate the career and enhance the academic and professional skill of students whoever became the part of it. Thanks to everyone who have played a great role to make this project get going.

Ujjwal Upadhyay                   

Project Leader

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