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Student Travel Insurance


Student Travel Insurance

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Studying abroad is an exciting prospect. There will be new places to explore, opportunity to meet people from around the world, but there’s always a little nervousness! What if something happens? Who will help me? Well, we will help you in case there’s an emergency with our Student Travel Insurance. Check out our Reliance Travel Care Policy - Student Plan to know how!

No paperwork​  ​​Varied duration ​of student insurance mapping to the course duration (up to 2 years)
  Unique student travel insurance plan ​that offers coverage for only non-medical benefits    No requirement of medical test ​before issuing your student health policy
  Quick and hassle-free settlement for your student insurance claims.    Click here to view your detailed plan

​We’ve tried to ‘pack in’ maximum coverage for a variety of situations while you’re travelling, alone or with your family with our student travel insurance. Have a look!

  • Emergency medical expenses incurred by you whilst abroad, for any sudden illness, injury or death
  • Emergency expenses made for medical evacuation to India
  • Expenses incurred while transporting the insured’s mortal remains back home or towards burial abroad in case of an untimely demise
  • Acute anesthetic treatment of teeth due to an injury
  • Accidental bodily injury during the trip
  • Compensation for death or permanent disability due to an accident, while riding as a passenger in a common carrier
  • Cost of obtaining a fresh or duplicate passport in case of a lost passport
  • Total loss of your checked-in baggage by a common carrier
  • Reimbursement of return ticket fare for a family member visiting you, the insured, if you’re hospitalised for more than 7 days
  • Payment of bail amount to the appropriate authority, if you’re arrested or detained by any judicial authorities for a bailable offence, while abroad.
  • Reimbursement of current (paid) semester fee, if your education is interrupted due to a medical condition.
  • Reimbursement of tuition fees, in case the sponsor paying your fee passes away due to an injury.

​Like you have some questions that are out-of-syllabus, a student insurance policy also has situations that are out-of-scope. Here’s a list of things your student travel insurance​ policy won’t cover!

  • Pre-existing medical conditions, unless it’s a life-threatening condition
  • Expenses incurred due to any of the following conditions:
    • Suicide self-inflicted injuries or illnesses
    • Mental disorder
    • Anxiety, stress or depression
    • Venereal diseases
    • Alcohol/drug abuse
    • HIV/AIDS
  • Expenses incurred if you’re. . .
    • Traveling against the advice of a physician.
    • Receiving or are on a waiting list for specified medical treatment.
    • Travelling to receive treatment abroad.
    • Have been given terminal prognosis for a medical condition.
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  • Issues faced due to theft or loss of passport when left unattended, or unreported to local police authorities.
  • Loss of checked baggage - no partial loss or damage shall become payable
  • War or nuclear threat in the country where you’re travelling

Please note that only students pursuing academic courses abroad, with a minimum age of 16 years and a maximum age of 35 years will be issued a Student Travel Policy.

​Yes, with Reliance Travel Insurance you can!

If your holiday is extended for any reason, we recommend that you extend your student insurance policy. It always better to be safe than sorry!

Download and fill the​ Extension Form and visit the nearest branch.​​

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