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Insurance

Find useful information about insurance through Lund University

Incoming students

As long as you are admitted to a course or programme at Lund university, you are covered by a student group insurance.  

Student IN Terms and Conditions

FAS+ Terms and Conditions

STUDENT UT and STUDENT IN Claim Form

Outgoing students

If you are admitted for exchange studies at one of Lund University's partner universities, then you are covered by STUDENT UT insurance from Kammarkollegiet. 

STUDENT UT Terms and Conditions

STUDENT UT and STUDENT IN Claim Form

Studies within Europe

If you are going on exchange to a Nordic or European university (within EU), you are covered by STUDENT UT insurance from Kammarkollegiet, however you need to take with you your European health insurance card. This card can be ordered from Swedish Social Insurance Agency, Försäkkringskassan. 

Order European Health Insurance Card

Studies outside of Europe

If you are going on exchange to universities outside of Europe, you need to have your medical insurance card with you. You international coordinator can issue this card to you. Your International coordinator would need the following information from you: name, civic registration number, travel dates and information about your contact person (usually, next of kind).

NB! Some partner universities (for example, in North America) require that you should be covered by their own insurance as well. 

Insurance during MFS

When you receive MFS scholarship, the university staff orders an individual insurance for you. This insurance is valid for 10 weeks of studies. If you would like to extend your MFS period or stay longer in the country of minor field studies, you should arrange the insurance for the extended time yourself and send a copy of it to your MFS-coordinator from the department.

Receiving MFS-insurance can take a while. Therefore you have to contact MFS-coordinator in a good time before your journey. Your MFS-coordinator would need the following information from you: name, civic registration number, travel dates and information about your contact person (usually, next of kind).

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