a) Which of my trips will be covered by the SUSS Student Travel Insurance?
All students travelling overseas for activities or purposes approved, endorsed, organised, sponsored or authorised by SUSS will be covered by the SUSS Student Travel Insurance. Such trips shall be referred to as "Authorised SUSS Student Trips" in short for the purpose of this policy. Trips must commence and end in Singapore and shall not exceed consecutive 365 days in all (inclusive of 60 cumulative days of Personal Deviation immediately before and/or after an Authorised SUSS Student Trip).
b) Can I purchase my own personal travel insurance in lieu of SUSS student travel insurance?
All students travelling for overseas activities or purposes approved, endorsed, organised, sponsored or authorised by SUSS must be covered by the SUSS Student Travel Insurance. Only SUSS Student Travel Insurance works with ISOS to facilitate overseas emergency assistance service, which is critical to ensure students’ safety. You can opt to purchase additional personal travel insurance should you wish to.
c) What is the definition of SUSS Students?
All undergraduates (UGs), Postgraduates (PGPs & PGRs) & Non-Graduating (NGs) students.
d) What do I have to do to be covered under the SUSS Student Travel Insurance?
- Students must make full payment to SUSS based on the travel itinerary for the travel insurance plan before trip commencement.
- For programmes under Student SUcceSS Centre (SSC) and College of Interdisciplinary & Experiential Learning (CIEL), students should notify and make payment arrangements via the Programme Staff.
- For other programmes, students must inform Office of Global Programmes (email: email@example.com) at least 1 month before start date of the trip.
e) Can I be refunded for the travel insurance if I decide to cancel or cut short my overseas trip?
No. Payment made is non-refundable.