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Student Travel Insurance Plan

Student Travel Insurance Plan

Benefits

Student Travel Insurance
Emergency
Hospi​talization
Loss of
Checked-in baggage
Los​s of
Passport
Quick
Settlement of claims

 

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!

You may also be interested to know that no paperwork or medical test is required before issuing your student health policy.

​Take a look at the various plans that we have in store for you-

 
  • Basic
    (in US$)
  • Standard
    (in US$)
  • Silver
    (in US$)
  • Gold
    (in US$)
  • Platinum
    (in US$)
Medical expenses
 
50,000
 
100,000
 
250,000
 
500,000
Loss of Passport
100
 
100
 
100
 
200
 
200
Total Loss of checked-in baggage*
 
 
 
 
2 way compassionate visit
 
 
 
 
Study interruption
 
 
 
 

*Total loss of checked baggage-Maximum amount payable per checked in baggage in case more than one bag has been checked in is 50% (100% for only one checked in baggage) of applicable sum insured and per item in baggage max 10%

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. ​Click here to view the detailed table of above mentioned coverage.

 

 

What does the policy cover?​

 

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!

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

 

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What does the policy not cover?

 

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!

  • War or nuclear threat in the country where you're travelling
  • Loss of checked baggage - no partial loss or damage shall become payable
  • Claims arising out of non - disclosed and non-declared pre-existing medical conditions will not be covered
  • Issues faced due to theft or loss of passport when left unattended, or unreported to local police authorities
  • Expenses incurred if you are-
    • 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
  • 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
  • Life threatening conditions covered only arising out of disclosed pre-existing diseases, which are mentioned in the policy schedule, for people upto 70 years of age. Customers need to declare all pre-existing diseases while taking the policy

*T&C apply. Details mentioned here are for Reliance Travel Care Policy.

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Student Travel Insurance Reviews and Ratings

Average Rating:

4.4(Based on 280 ratings)

Showing 10 reviews

  • “Safe Travels for My Daughter”

    My daughter is moving to US for higher studies. I really like Reliance General's student travel insurance plan. Now I can send my daughter abroad without worrying.

    Vishwanath Iyer3 December 2018, Bengaluru
  • “Secured my abroad visit”

    Travelling to aborad for future studies, purchased the student travel insurance for my safety.

    Anaya G8 March 2018, Pune
  • “good student travel insurance”

    I bought a student travel insurance for my brother who was going to abroad for his further studies

    Pawan S7 February 2018, Nellore
  • “Student travel insurance is nice”

    I liked the student travel insurance and got one for my son who is going abroad for further education.

    Navya N24 January 2018, Agra
  • “Great Travel Insurance for Students”

    As a student living abroad, I would want to feel safe in case of any emergency. Reliance General's student travel insurance does just that. It keeps me safe while studying abroad.

    Navina B13 November 2017, Erode
  • “Good student travel insurance policy”

    I am a student studying in France and I'm glad to have such a good student travel insurance policy. A have lived here for a year with a lot of assistance from Reliance General and I would recommend this plan to other students going abroad.

    Reena J11 October 2017, Kolkata
  • “Website is quick & user friendly”

    The new website is quick and user friendly. Got a student travel insurance quote in less than a minute. Great job.

    Murali K11 August 2016, Kolkata
  • “Have done well”

    Have done well

    Ura Kumar19 March 2015, Hyderabad
  • “Clean experience”

    I had forgotten to take my policy and when I realised I had to take 1.I chose Reliance General Student Travel Policy. I am very Happy with the product.

    Sudha Maulik17 March 2015, Thane
  • “Fast and furious”

    Hassel Free

    Prabhu12 March 2015, Bangalore
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