You are looking for intercultural exchange and want to develop yourself personally with AIESEC? During a stay abroad as AIESEC member or AIESEC program participant you can contribute with social commitment and professional knowledge. This benefits not only you, but also the company in the host country.
To be able to embark on this adventure without any worries, reliable insurance cover is particularly important. After all, you can also get sick abroad and there are many other risks, that you should protect yourself against.
A few practical examples:
We therefore recommend that you take out complete cover, including health insurance, personal liability insurance, accident insurance and assistance insurance.
All these insurances are included in a PROTRIP-WORLD insurance package. If you are under 29 years of age, you can even get PROTRIP-WORLD at a special rate.
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The goal and task of the student organization AIESEC is to help students around the world to grow into socially relevant roles through leadership experience. By participating in social projects or internships abroad, you will expand your professional skills, improve your foreign language skills and increase your intercultural communication skills. AIESEC supports you in your preparations for going abroad, you have to take care of the insurance coverage yourself. Under no circumstances should you travel abroad without a suitable international insurance policy.
In many countries of the world there are regulations on how you must insure yourself. If you go abroad via a program, insurance cover is often already provided via the program. The insurance offers of many programs and universities are suitable and you don't need to do anything else. However, sometimes the insurance cover is not the same as you are used to in your home country. Therefore you should take your time before leaving and check the insurance offered. Under no circumstances should you travel abroad without a suitable foreign insurance.
Here are some questions you should clarify:
The PROTRIP-WORLD insurance for AIESEC members and AIESEC program participants adapts to your travel plans. You have the choice between different travel regions and you can also flexibly choose the scope of insurance: PROTRIP-WORLD always includes a strong international health insurance. We especially recommend AIESEC members and AIESEC program participants to supplement their insurance cover with the Comfort or Plus Package to be able to travel and learn without worries. The two packages differ in the scope of the liability insurance. The Plus Package offers students and Erasmus Plus participants particularly good protection. Among other things, it includes higher benefits in the event of damage caused by internships as part of a study or Erasmus Plus program. If you choose a PROTRIP-WORLD insurance package, you benefit from the following insurance coverage:
You will find a detailed list of benefits at benefits overview.
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Many embassies require a confirmation of insurance for a visa. Take out the insurance in good time. If the travel period is postponed later, you can have the insurance period changed. All you need to do is send an e-mail before the planned departure date. If the notification after the originally planned date of departure, we need a proof (passport copy or ticket) from you.
Should you need medical treatment during your stay abroad, we will be happy to assist you via chat, email or phone. we will explain what you need to know when visiting a doctor abroad. You will also find all the details in our section What to do in the event of a claim. PROTRIP-WORLD is valid in the area of validity of your choice (Europe, worldwide without USA and Canada, worldwide incl. USA and Canada). In addition, accidents and emergency treatments are also covered worldwide and in your home country during holidays with a duration of up to 6 weeks.
Do you have questions about a holiday following your stay abroad? We answer questions like these in our FAQ section.
You should always keep your insurance certificate since the authorities in a number of home countries require proof of insurance for the time spent abroad.