International student health insurance Hungary

For foreign students studying in Hungary
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  • Valid for visa
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International student health insurance Hungary

Which student health insurance is required for Hungary student visa ?

Health insurance in Hungary is mandatory during the whole duration of studies.

 

Non EU/EEA nationals (third country nationals)

 

Non EU/EEA are strongly advised to apply their international student health and assistance insurance before arrival to Hungary.

 

An international health and assistance insurance provide the following benefits :

 

  1. Valid for obtaining the travel visa to Hungary

  2. Cover emergency medical costs in Hungary and worldwide (excluding USA/Canada)

  3. Cover all assistance benefits necessary during studies in Hungary :

 

  • Emergency medical benefits (sickness and accident)
  • Repatriation to your home country
  • Ambulance by air, sea and ground
  • Search and rescue
  • Accidental death and disability benefits
  • Third party liability insurance


EU/EEA/CH Nationals
 

Students coming from EU/EEA/CH could request the EHIC (European Health Insurance Card) from their home country insurance provider.  Thanks to the EHIC, the students could benefits from the public health services in Hungary.   
 

Attention : The EHIC is not an alternative to travel insurance. It does not cover any travel protection, search and rescue, repatriation to the home country, emergency dental treatments, assistance…
 

A private insurance is highly recommended in Hungary also for EU/EEA/CH nationals during the entire stay in Hungary.

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