IJSRP, Volume 9, Issue 7, July 2019 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Min Kumar Tamang, MPhil, KU
Youth student migration is rapidly growing in the recent years in Nepal. Every year thousands of students leave the country to pursue their higher education to the different developed countries across the world. However, they undergo through the financial, social, cultural and personal challenges during their educational journey in the international universities and colleges. Despite these adversities, few of them return to Nepal with experiences and some achievements. Additionally, this study outlines the returnee youth students and their achievement after completion of study abroad. Considering the youth trend of study abroad, this study addresses the research question: how do the Nepali students narrate their stories of their achievement and outcome of study abroad?