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To cover any losses occurred while you are at university you might want to think about taking out Student Insurance
Why do you need Student Insurance?
If you are a student then you will know how often people’s valuable belongings go missing or are stolen. Students are at particularly at risk of being victims of theft. If you do find yourself in the unfortunate situation where your valuable possessions have been stolen you may not be able to afford to replace them. With student insurance you can be sure your possessions are protected providing you with peace of mind so you can continue enjoying student life.
Student life can be expensive. The cost of rent, tuition fees and the general cost of everyday living can add up. It is a common misconception that your belongings are covered by your parent’s home insurance even when you are at university or college, however this may not be the case so double check this in advance before you leave for university.
What does Student Insurance cover?
Student insurance covers a wide range of policies so as a student you have the option of making sure your belongings and most valued items are protected. The advantage of student insurance is the flexibility; students can find the flexible cover they need ranging from insuring your gadgets including laptops, iPods, cameras and other valuable electronic goods, to equipment and bikes.
How much will it cost?
You will be able to find policies that suit all budgets. Although many students may not want to take out student insurance due to the added cost of the policy, it is worth it. The cost of replacing the items can far outweigh the small amount you will pay for the insurance.
Finding a policy
To make sure that you are not spending too much on your insurance premium, make sure you are not paying for anything that you don’t need.
There are many insurance companies on the market offering policies for students which is why it is important that you take the take to research the market. You can compare different policies in the table above. Before you apply make sure you read the terms and conditions fully and that you understand exactly what you are paying for.
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