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  • Saturday, October 21, 2017

  • Studying Abroad In Germany or France

    Filed Under: Health Insurance
In the past few years, more and more universities in the United States are sponsoring study abroad programs to colleges in Europe. France and Germany tend to be popular destinations among undergraduates participating in study abroad programs. Consider Study Abroad Insurance if you are planning to participate in a study abroad or international exchange program.

Oftentimes, it is easier and cheaper to purchase international health insurance from a third party rather than from the university. In addition to being expensive, insurance provided by the university is a mess to deal with.

Most study abroad programs require you to purchase international health insurance before traveling overseas. Study Abroad Insurance provides health insurance coverage for participating students as well as their families.

Pick and choose from many different plans with various coverage limits ranging from $100K to $1,000K. International Study Abroad Insurance provides coverage for hospitalization, emergency medical services, repatriation, and problems of mental health. Many health insurance plans even provide coverage for pre-existing conditions.
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