Insurance requirements for studying in Russia as an exchange student or international intern
Insurance information for Russia
Studying in Russia is a great experience. But you want to make sure that you won’t run any risks. That’s why you need insurance in case anything unforeseen happens. Applying for the right insurance can be tricky, because you need to comply with the law and regulations of Russia. Your university might also have additional insurance requirements. We can help you with the right insurance for your situation, so your insurance is accepted by universities and immigration authorities in Russia.
If you already have insurance, have a second look, as it might not be enough. You must follow the criteria set by your university, local laws and regulations, and immigration laws.
What is typically missing in local or other insurances:
- Additional medical costs
- Home contents and baggage
- Legal aid
About RussiaRussian universities are well-known for their excellent studies in areas like Physics, Engineering, Medicine, and Psychology. They are also affordable when compared to their Western counterparts; most programmes cost under 7,500 EUR per academic year. Local campuses and dormitories meet all the modern standards you’d expect, and Russian universities take pride in having state-of-the-art laboratories and research centres.
Living costs are affordable, and you can apply for one of the 15,000 scholarships, which are offered every year by the Russian government. This shows the commitment and desire to attract top students and support them while living and studying in Russia.
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