Insurance requirements for studying in Egypt

Insurance information for Egypt

Studying in Egypt 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 Egypt. 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 Egypt.

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
  • Repatriation
  • Liability
  • Home contents and baggage
  • Accidents
  • Legal aid

About Egypt

Egyptian universities are highly competitive, offering a quality educational environment that consistently earns them top positions in global university rankings. The medium of instruction is English, and if your proficiency is not initially high enough, you can enroll in a preparatory course. Living in Egypt is reasonably affordable, with an average monthly budget of 250–350 EUR covering most expenses, including student accommodation. During breaks and weekends, you can delve into one of the world's most renowned cultures and visit iconic attractions such as the Luxor Temple, the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx, and the Egyptian Museum.