International Student Travel Insurance Category

Blog posts that address issues related to travel insurance.

What to Know About Monkeypox (like…it doesn’t come from monkeys)

September 7th, 2022 by Leslie Reynolds

A hot topic in the news around the world right now is monkeypox. Despite its name, monkeypox does not come from monkeys (there is even a campaign to rename the virus). However, it is in the poxvirus family, meaning it’s related to other pox diseases such as smallpox, cowpox, and horsepox–but NOT the common chickenpox. […]

How to Waive Your School’s Insurance Coverage

June 6th, 2022 by Diana Nolasco

Congratulations! You have been admitted to the university of your choice, and now it’s time to start planning your class schedule and start a packing list of what you need to bring. The first item on your checklist is a crisp pair of twin XL sheets for your dorm amongst many other necessities, but be […]

Essential Services Abroad

May 11th, 2022 by Melissa Madrigal

You’ve taken the first vital step towards being in a different country– this may be as a traveler, a scholar, or even a student. Congratulations! However, now that you are outside of your home and your health insurance is taken care of, there are still many resources that perhaps you have not thought about but […]

International Student Insurance is just a click away; Introducing WhatsApp live chat!

March 23rd, 2022 by Antonio Zapata

New ways to connect with International Student Insurance.

Celebrating the Holidays as an International Student during COVID-19

December 15th, 2020 by Natalie Holland

The holiday season is fast approaching and as an international student, this time of year can be difficult. This time last year you probably were worrying about making it home for the holidays after a long finals season, or maybe thinking about what to get your roommate as a gift! This year, however, as the […]

Understanding Insurance Plan Networks

October 2nd, 2020 by Natalie Holland

When it comes to considering which insurance plan is right for you, it is important to familiarize yourself with the insurance plan’s network of doctors, hospitals or clinics – often referred to as a provider network. A provider network is essentially a list of doctors, hospitals and clinics where you can get medical attention.

The GeoBlue Navigator Plan: International Health Insurance

September 23rd, 2020 by Natalie Holland

The Navigator plan is a great insurance plan option for those who want a policy with comprehensive coverage while outside of their home country. With benefits included for preventive and primary care, this plan is designed to cover you for as little as 3 months up to one year. You can also renew this plan […]

Updated Travel Medical plan for 2020

July 16th, 2020 by Yessica Prato

Our international travel medical insurance plan has been updated for 2020, with new pricing and many of the same great options and benefits! Some highlights of the plan include: Doctor’s visits and Hospitalizations Medical Evacuation and Repatriation Trip Interruption and Travel Delay Extreme Sports like Skiing or Snowboarding COVID-19 covered, the same as any other […]

The Liaison Travel: International Travel Medical Insurance

April 7th, 2020 by Jennifer Frankel

The Liaison Travel plan, administered by Seven Corners, is one of our newest international travel medical insurance plans. With no student requirements, anyone traveling outside their home country is eligible. The plan comes in three levels: Economy, Choice and Elite, allowing travelers to choose their deductible and coverage. All three levels of the plan will […]

Health and Travel Insurance with No Deductible

September 23rd, 2019 by Jennifer Frankel

Has this ever happened to you: You go to the doctor, show your health insurance card, and the receptionist tells you that you’ll need to pay something out of pocket? In the United States, healthcare can be very expensive, and oftentimes US health insurance plans have certain cost sharing measures to help keep the cost […]

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