HTH International Health Insurance
All study abroad students are provided basic accident and sickness coverage while abroad on a Webster study abroad program through HTH Worldwide Insurance. This coverage provides for all or some costs related to accident and sickness, medical evacuation, repatriation, and new prescriptions.
In addition, students enjoy a 24-hour medical assistance service and coverage throughout the world. To find information on how to file a claim, and to learn about resources and global health information, please visit HTH Students website.
For specifics on the policy you will receive when you study abroad, please download the following information:
International Student Identity Card (ISIC)
All ISIC cards issued in the U.S. include basic travel insurance that covers students on their international travels. Students will receive their cards at Pre-Departure Orientation.
There are three levels of insurance: Basic, Premium and Explorer. All Study Abroad students will have Basic coverage, with the opportunity to upgrade if they so choose. If students wish to upgrade, please contact the Office of Study Abroad to do so. Students can purchase the extended coverage at any time, but please make note that coverage is not retroactive.
Upgrades to the Premium plan are $55, and Explorer upgrades are $110. Payment methods are cash, check or money order (made out to Webster University).
Here is more information about the plans and levels of coverage:
ISIC cards are also available for purchase for non-study abroad students, as well as ITIC (International Teacher Identity Card). Cards are $25 and come with the Basic coverage plan. Proof of identification and a passport photo is needed to make the card. Payment methods are cash, check or money order. Call 314-246-6988 or email email@example.com for more information.
- Peer Advising
- Campus Specific Forms
- LGBTQ Students and Study Abroad
- Racial Identity and Ethnicity Abroad
- Study Abroad & Students with Disabilities
- International Insurance
- Pre-Departure Orientation
- While You Are Abroad
- When You Return
- Drug and Alcohol Policies