Students/Scholars

U.S. Students Studying Abroad

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American Student Studying Abroad
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As you plan your semester or year abroad, you may be required to have international medical insurance coverage. Unfortunately, most domestic policies won't cover you when you are in another country. CMI offers affordable insurance options with variable benefit levels and deductibles so you can design a plan that fits your needs. Or, if you are one of the few who will be covered by your domestic insurance, we offer an accidental death and dismemberment program with evacuation coverage to pay for your transfer to a better hospital, or even home. See the plan details below.

Study Abroad

Full medical insurance and evacuation coverage.

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International Students Coming to the United States

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International Student coming into the U.S.
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During your time in the United States, you may be required to have medical insurance coverage for healthcare treatment during your visit and possible evacuation home. CMI programs meet J1 visa requirements. Check with your school to determine what kind of program you will need.

Global Medical USA

Full medical insurance and evacuation coverage.

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International Students Going to Another Country (not U.S.)

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International Student traveling to a foreign country
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No matter where you travel, international medical insurance is protection from financial hardships and medical situations that can develop during an emergency in a foreign country. Whether you need medical insurance, or just enough coverage to get to a better hospital in an emergency, we have a plan for you.

Global Medical International

Full medical insurance and evacuation coverage.

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Appendicitis in China

A 16-year-old student in Beijing was admitted to a local hospital for an emergency appendectomy. However, the hospital would not perform the surgery without a guarantee of payment. The woman's family contacted CMI for assistance. CMI issued a guarantee of payment while the MEDEX Emergency Response Center monitored the woman's treatment, and helped arrange for her parents to come visit. Several days later, the woman was discharged from the hospital and able to recover with her parents nearby.