When students go abroad for higher studies, they not only leave behind their country but also the laws governing citizens of that country. A student is expected to abide by the laws of the country where he or she is pursuing higher education, even if that student is not the citizen of that country. However, what makes things complicated is
Indian students going to the U.S. for higher education are mandatorily required to purchase health insurance for them to be allowed to continue taking classes. While most universities and colleges in the U.S. have student specific health plans in association with a local health insurance provider, others may ask the student to purchase health insurance from health insurance marketplace. However,
There is a misconception among many Indian students who go to study in the US that health plans that cover sickness and injury, also cover those injuries sustained while playing a sport. This however is only partially true. While most student health plans do cover injuries while playing sport, there are certain exceptions to it. In this blog, Student Cover
A student health insurance is as good as its ability to cover the medical expenses effectively as promised to the customer. International students studying in various universities and colleges in the US are mandatrily required to either enroll themselves to a student health insurance plan (SHIP) sponsored by their institution or purchase an alternative private health insurance from the market.
Most of the times, students who wish to study abroad are held back due to certain circumstances. These conditions aren’t natural but self-arose. The students often neglect the dark side of their dream of studying abroad. These risks can wreck their aspirations. Therefore there is a need of cushion for the day with a long dark night. Recently, many Indian