Studying at the Northern Agriculture and Forestry College opens up various interesting pathways to employment including working in public and private sectors, or self-employment. Experience shows that NAFC graduates are well prepared to successfully build up their career.

Women in Leadership roles

Individual videos can be viewed at the NAFC youtube page by clicking the links below:

Ms. Loun, former student at NAFC
Ms. Mailaiphan, PAFO Oudomxay and Plant Nursery Owner
Ms. Maijor, Agronomy teacher at NAFC
Ms. Soutthida, Office Manager SURAFCO project

Graduate Profiles

Individual videos can be viewed at the NAFC youtube page by clicking the links below:

Mr. Bounmy, graduated from the Livestock Major in 2002
Mr. Bounnam, graduated from the Forestry Major in 1992
Mrs. Bunyang, a 2010 Livestock Major runs a small farm business
Mr. Khampheng, graduated from the Livestock Major in 2005

Tracer Study Graduate Interviews (2015)

The Tracer study was conducted in 2015 to develop profiles on student career paths after graduation from the NAFC. They are available to download from the links below (all files are PDF and <500KB).

Working Abroad in Israel
A Self-Employed Graduate in Nambak
Women in conservative and modern working environments
Women supplying the military
Working as a DAFO
Working for an NGO Project
Working as an Organic Farmer

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