CRITERIA AND GUIDELINE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENT HEALTH INSURANCE

Due to the government policy of international education, international students who are studying outside of their home country are required to have the health insurance provided by the university. The insurance covers to medical treatment fees for sickness and accidents during you are studying in Thailand for both full-time and part-time students. 

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PRIOR TO AN ADMISSION TO THE UNIVERSITY

Prior to an admission to the university, students who have private health insurance arranged from his/her home countries before arrival to Thailand are able to request exemption  from having the insurance provided by the university with the following documents:

  1. Copy of the student’s private insurance card (1 copy)

  2. Insurance exemption form signed by a student. 

  3. Insurance petition.

Remark: Insurance exemption form and insurance petition are available at the Office of Graduate Studies.

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STEPS FOR HEALTH INSURANCE EXEMPTION

  1. Submit all required documents at the Office of Graduate Studies (“A” building, 3rd floor) before the tuition fee payment within the payment period.

  2. After the insurance petition has been approved, the students are required to submit the approved petition to the Office of University Registrar before tuition payment.

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HOW TO DO THE MEDICAL CLAIM:

Student will get the insurance card within one month after the completion registration payment. However, if student get sick or have an accident, while the insurance card is still under-process, student is able to get the medical treatment from the hospital and can get a refund for the medical fees to the Office of Graduate Studies. 

How to do a medial Claim: 

  1. Fill up the Insurance petition form.

  2. Attach the Original medical/hospitality receipt payment.

  3. Attached the Original medical certification by the doctor.

  4. Attached First page of the personal bank account. 

  5. Remark: The medical claim documents are required to be submitted within 30 days after you have paid the medical fees, otherwise the claim will be rejected.