Travel Abroad

There are a few things related to your health that you need to bear in mind when travelling abroad. Before embarking on your journey you should get in touch with your health insurance and find out whether you have worldwide coverage or not. If you don’t have worldwide coverage you should consider taking out travel insurance for the duration of your travels abroad.

Besides insurance coverage it’s crucial that you inform yourself whether you need to get vaccines to protect yourself from serious diseases. We recommend visiting a doctor for an initial consultation. Based on your travel plans he or she will be able to tell you what vaccinations you need to get prior to your travels and what medicine you need to take with you.

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If you need off-line help with filling out an application or finding specific information, you can turn to the International Service Desk (given that you are a student at UM). We collaborate closely and one of our colleagues will welcome you and assist you at the reception of the Student Services Center (SSC, located at Bonnefantenstraat 2, 6211KL, Maastricht) from Monday to Friday from 13.00 until 17.00. If you are not a student at UM step by the Holland Expat Centre South. They help every international in the Maastricht Region with all kind of issues.