The number of Indian international students in Germany is on the rise. The 2010-11 academic year provided Germany with a total of 5,038 Indian students, whereas the 2011-12 school year brought in 5,998 Indian students according to the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This means there was a 19 percent increase in the 2011-12 academic year.
If you will be an international student in Germany and are wondering what type of insurance for Indian students in Germany will be the most beneficial for you, there are two popular plan options: the Atlas Travel plan and the Europe Travel plan.
The Atlas Travel plan is a great option when looking at insurance for Indian students in Germany since it is such a flexible plan. The Atlas Travel plan allows individuals to choose their coverage amount and deductible, giving them control over the price. This plan provides comprehensive coverage including doctor visits, hospitalization, medications, emergency medical evacuation, repatriation of remains and hazardous sports coverage.
Another option, the Europe Travel plan, is perfect for international students who will only need one year of coverage. Students who purchase this plan are able to have up to €6,250,000 in coverage and a €0 deductible. A few benefits included in this plan are hospitalization, doctor visits, emergency medical evacuation, repatriation of remains, trip interruption, terrorism, as well as security and political evacuation.
Both plans allow you to receive same day coverage and give you immediate access to your documents so you don’t have to worry about if you will receive your documents in time to show proof of coverage.
If you would like assistance comparing the available options regarding insurance for Indian students in Germany, contact one of our licensed agents today.
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