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CoverMe Travel for Students

CoverMe™ Travel Insurance for Students

For students studying away from home

Are you an international student studying in Canada or a Canadian student studying full-time in another province or outside of Canada?

Your government health plan may not cover all – or any – of your medical expenses when you are studying away from home. And while routine, basic medical services can add up quickly, emergency medical expenses can easily cost thousands of dollars. Further, most post-secondary schools require that you have a medical insurance plan before classes begin.

Thankfully, CoverMe Travel insurance for Students offers you a simple, affordable solution, protecting you against the cost of both emergency and non-emergency medical expenses.

Plan Details

Key Benefits

In addition to protecting you against the cost of emergency medical care, CoverMe Travel insurance for Students also offers coverage for annual medical and eye examinations, and maternity benefits.

Who Can Apply

CoverMe Travel insurance for Students offers comprehensive coverage to protect against many unexpected expenses. To be eligible for coverage you must be an international student studying full-time in Canada or a Canadian student studying full-time in another province or outside of Canada. If your spouse and dependent children reside with you while you are studying abroad, they may also qualify for coverage.

What's Covered

A quick overview of the routine medical, emergency medical and non-medical coverage that is available when you choose CoverMe Travel insurance for Students.

Premiums and Savings

Quickly estimate what your CoverMe Travel insurance for Students premiums will be and how special savings can lower the cost of your coverage even more.

Important Reminders

If you have purchased a CoverMe Travel insurance for Students plan, please review these important reminders.

Exclusions and Limitations

It is important that students read the policy, paying particular attention to "pre-existing condition", and other exclusions, limitations, terms and conditions that apply to their coverage.