Travel Insurance Saver
21
November
2019
22
November
2019
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.

Please view the existing medical condition page to see which conditions are covered for free. If you do not disclose a medical condition that specific medical condition and anything associated with the condition will be excluded

If you wish to include the medical conditions you will be required to complete an Existing Medical Condition (EMC) form to determine whether the condition is covered for free, for a fee or excluded. To complete the EMC form online please follow these steps; no payment details are required during the application.

  1. Click on the Buy Now button on any of the policies that are available
  2. Continue through and enter in your personal details and email address and make sure you select Yes to EMC and continue.
  3. You will then be redirected to the nib website to complete the EMC form. All your personal details will be pre-populated.
  4. You can click through the 4 pages via the Continue button on the bottom right of the screen, all travel and personal fields will be pre-populated.
  5. Click on 'YES' when requested about Existing Medical Conditions (EMC), which is after all your personal details.
  6. Complete the form and enter in the condition/s you wish to include on your policy.
  7. Once completed you will receive your Quote Number via email.

Student Travel Insurance - Think of Your Safety

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Being a student can be one of the best times of your life. You’ve just left high-school, in most cases, and the world is ready for your exuberance and enthusiasm. It can be a friendly place for young people, but it can also be dastardly, fraught with perilous dangers at every turn, particularly if you’re travelling overseas. This isn’t to say that life, or travelling, are dangerous things. They’re mostly quite safe, and people have good intentions, it’s usually a series of miscommunications that cause things to turn sour. 

If you are a student and you plan on heading overseas for a holiday, student travel insurance is a must have. As a studnt, you can either get a single trip that runs out overseas, a one way, or a multi-trip if you plan on travelling back and forth. There are many place you could be going, Europe or South-East Asia, where you might have a sister campus conducting an exchange. If this is the case, you’re likely to spend some time overseas. Generally, the more time you spend overseas, the better an idea it is to have student travel insurance.  

Studying is quite an enjoyable activity when you think about it. You get to sit down, relax, have a cup of tea, and do some learning. Travelling in a lot of ways is like studying, well, okay, not studying, but like learning.  

You move around from place to place, you meet people and most of all you learn new things about the world, and about yourself. While you’re off galivanting around the world as a student, you’ll need some protection, a safety net should you fall. This writer in particular is grateful for his purchase of travel insurance, because he usually does use it to some degree – it’s more the medical travel insurance that is most useful, and as a student this is basically the requirement for travelling. 

A lot of western countries and universities set as a requirement that you have some basic level of travel insurance medical cover for your persons while you study within their country. You can also get travel insurance as a student for important things like your phone and laptop, generally these policies are slightly more expensive, but in the end it’s a matter of small value, the price is generally not much more to get comprehensive travel insurance, especially if you’re a young person. 

So, before you head off on your next overseas adventure as a student, make sure you pick up some student travel insurance from an online agency. 

 

21
November
2019
22
November
2019
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.

Please view the existing medical condition page to see which conditions are covered for free. If you do not disclose a medical condition that specific medical condition and anything associated with the condition will be excluded

If you wish to include the medical conditions you will be required to complete an Existing Medical Condition (EMC) form to determine whether the condition is covered for free, for a fee or excluded. To complete the EMC form online please follow these steps; no payment details are required during the application.

  1. Click on the Buy Now button on any of the policies that are available
  2. Continue through and enter in your personal details and email address and make sure you select Yes to EMC and continue.
  3. You will then be redirected to the nib website to complete the EMC form. All your personal details will be pre-populated.
  4. You can click through the 4 pages via the Continue button on the bottom right of the screen, all travel and personal fields will be pre-populated.
  5. Click on 'YES' when requested about Existing Medical Conditions (EMC), which is after all your personal details.
  6. Complete the form and enter in the condition/s you wish to include on your policy.
  7. Once completed you will receive your Quote Number via email.