FAQ n.19289

Are trainees/students insured?

Answer

EASA does not provide health insurance. Prior to the start date, trainees/students must provide proof that they are covered by a sickness insurance scheme for the entire duration of their stay at the Agency (e.g., through the European Health Insurance Card or through private insurance). If a trainee/student fails to provide proof of the insurance, the traineeship/ study placement shall be terminated.

During the traineeship, trainees shall be covered by EASA against the risk of accident according to the relevant EASA insurance contract.

EASA does not provide accident insurance to students.

Students must provide proof that they are insured against accident risks either privately or under the terms of their University’s insurance.

Last updated: 
09/07/2012

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