Britannica Overseas Education counselor will provide you end-to-end guidance and consultation services for abroad education.
We’ll guide you through the International Health Insurance Service
International Student Health Insurance
- Tips on Getting Medical Insurance for International Students abroad.
- Things to know about medical insurance for international students.
- Know why you need international student health insurance.
- Regardless of your age, your travel itinerary or your health there are many points to look into before you plan to study overseas.
Fulfill the health insurance requirements necessary for your visa.
Your international student health insurance requirements will vary based on your full time student statuses
Understand what health insurance for an international student typically covers.
There are many different organizations out there keen to provide you the type of coverage that you are looking for. Typically speaking, medical insurance for international students covers new illness or injuries, so wellness or preventative care is usually not covered. The program which you will be covered under are ‘Emergency Doctor Visits’ , ‘Lab Orders’ , and ‘Emergency Surgeries’
Budget properly to cover the cost of health insurance for international students.
Generally speaking, international student health coverage plans are very affordable (your young age and good health might have something to do with that!). You need to plan ahead to pay for your monthly premium, but to also budget additional savings to cover any unexpected out of pocket expenses, such as deductibles, co-insurance, or co-pays.
Select a Trustworthy, High Quality Insurance Provider.
Every other link on Google is telling you that they are the most reliable, trusted, and easy-to-work-with provider on the market. But let’s be serious—not EVERYONE can be the best. Right? So, who provides the best health insurance for international students ?
Other Tips To Keep in Mind:
Don’t Delay: Coordinate your health insurance in advance of setting foot in the Abroad as an international student. While you might not need insurance coverage from day one of your arrival, you will need it once your semester begins.
Double Check your School’s Requirements: The university you’re studying at in the Abroad might have additional health insurance requirements, like waivers. Double check with your campus advisor or guidance counselor to ensure no document is left un-submitted!
Make Sure You Remain Eligible:
Some insurance providers will have unique eligibility qualifications, like a requirement that you attend classes for a set number of hours each week. If you know you are not eligible with their requirements then do not pay for that insurance. It will be a waste of money!
Review the cancellation policy with someone more knowledgeable than you:
We get that you’re a bright student, but legal jargon can be tough to understand—even for native English speakers. Walk through the cancellation policy with your advisor or education consultant so you’re aware of any red flags.