No Song and Dance About It: Group Travel Insurance

Gone are the days when people were only exposed to their own cultures. It is as common to see an African enjoying a western classical recital as it is to see an American enjoying a Bharatanatyam recital. The small, flat world has encouraged the exchange of not just currency, but also culture and the arts. Most of this is possible only because of artists traveling abroad from their home country. These art groups usually have a packed schedule, especially on weekends, and they will do well to consider group medical insurance, to be protected for the duration of their trip. […]

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International Student Insurance: Look Before You Sign

When you are an international student, you tend to be wary of spending any money at all. However, when money is spent in the right places, you can actually save it in the long run. One such expense is international student insurance. This is not something a student discusses, and generally a student signs up for the default college plan. However, it is important to know how you are covered, and how much you are covered for. And what you must really do when you fall ill. International student insurance offers, by default, in addition to medical cover, cover for […]

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Food for Thought: International Student Insurance

International students in the U.S. miss many things from home. One of the things they never think they’d miss, but still do, is their mother’s cooking. While home-cooked meals are generally frowned upon at home, once they reach foreign shores, they start to crave it. However, they have to make do with what’s available, and often eat out. While the risk of illnesses from good establishments is relatively low, during student life, often, one can only afford food from trucks on campus. All this might mean a roller coaster ride for the student’s digestive system, which, sometimes, might lead to […]

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Travel Insurance Offers More Than Medical Coverage!

A visit to Africa can be extremely exciting. Africa is no longer the “Dark Continent” and tourism is one of the major earners for some of the countries there. However, there are also some places that are extremely dangerous. While help is required, your travel medical insurance can also jump in to help! While a travel insurance policy deals mostly with medical treatment when traveling, there are several other benefits too. Inpatient and outpatient care, including emergency medical services are covered by the plan, and pre-existing conditions are generally excluded. However, some of the additional travel assistance features include lost […]

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