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If you’re travelling to New Zealand to study, or leaving the country to continue your education overseas, insurance is essential. An educational insurance policy keeps you safe from the moment you leave your home until you return.
Uni-Care is part of Crombie Lockwood, and for over 25 years has been providing cost-effective insurance solutions to protect travellers. We keep international students covered during their academic travel experience in New Zealand, and kiwis well-protected when they fly the nest to study abroad.
All international students are required to have acceptable health and travel insurance while studying in New Zealand. Uni-Care’s student travel insurance exceeds the insurance requirements of the Education Code of Practice, and when taken out for the period of your stay, will ensure you meet Immigration New Zealand Student Visa insurance requirements.
New Zealand students traveling abroad also need to consider the coverage they need while studying in an overseas country.
Uni-Care understands that when you travel for study, work and sightseeing are just as important to your overseas experience. So, we have designed policies to protect against the unexpected when you’re outside the classroom as well.
It is important that students and their families are looked after should the unexpected happen. We provide:
Since 1996, Uni-Care has been protecting international students and visitors to New Zealand for study, work and holiday. Uni-Care has insurance plans to cover :
For a quote or to learn more about travel insurance for visitors, contact Uni-Care.
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