|Policy Dates:||1 August 2019 to 31 July 2020|
|Policy Type:||Business travel only – cover is for travel for the University of Warwick business purposes only (this includes students going on a study abroad placement arranged through the University of Warwick). This policy is not for personal travel or holidays.|
Please download and take this with you on your trip -Travel Card
Only emergency medical treatment is covered under this policy. In the event of an emergency please call:
24 hour Emergency Medical Assistance Helpline on +44 (0)1243 621066
Quote reference NUBT 0105 and policy 100005565GPA
A completed form must be sent to Insurance Services within 50 calendar days of the occurrence/event
otherwise your claim may not be paid - please refer to the 'how to make a claim' page above
|Queries/Questions:||Please contact email@example.com|
Countries, Areas or Territories Not Automatically Covered
For travel to the countries/areas/territories listed below, please contact Insurance Services before a travel commitment is made as cover cannot be guaranteed and insurer approval is required. Please note at least 14 days advance notice is needed.
- Afghanistan, Crimea, Cuba, Hong Kong, Iran, Iraq, Libya, Mali, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria (but only for travel to the Niger Delta Region and North of Abuja), North Korea, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Syria, Venezuela, Yemen
- Any areas where the FCO advise against all travel or all but essential travel
Countries, Areas or Territories Requiring Notification
Travel to any of the below countries/areas/territories needs to be notified to firstname.lastname@example.org by sending a copy of your fully completed and authorised Travel Risk Assessment - please give at least 14 days advance notice. Please note any incomplete or unauthorised Risk Assessments will be returned to you. The countries/areas/territories listed below can change during the policy period so please check before each trip is booked.
Afghanistan*, Algeria, Argentina, Bangladesh, Bahamas, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Cambodia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, China, Colombia, Congo/DRC, Crimea*, Cuba*, East Timor, Ecuador, Egypt, Ethiopia, Georgia, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Hong Kong*, India, Indonesia, Iran*, Iraq*, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya*, Mali*, Mauritania, Mexico, Mozambique, Myanmar*, Nepal, Niger*, Nigeria, North Korea*, Pakistan, Palestine, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Russia, Somalia*, Sri Lanka, Sudan*, South Sudan*, Syria*, Tunisia, Turkey (within 50 miles of Iraq/Syria border), Venezuela*, Yemen*
* see above section 'Countries, Areas or Territories Not Automatically Covered'
Travel Risk Assessment
Those travelling overseas should assess any risks involved using the Pre-travel risk assessment form. The person authorising the travel should assure themselves that the arrangements are acceptable and hold documentary evidence to confirm this. General guidance on such risks is available here and information on how to complete the risk assessment form is detailed in the form itself. The expectation is that persons wanting to travel complete the pre-travel risk assessment form with support from others where appropriate, altering the document as necessary. Separate guidance is also provided for conducting Fieldwork in connection with your visit, which incorporates things to consider whilst preparing your risk assessment and whilst contingency planning.
Letter to Support Visa Applications
We can provide an insurance letter to support a visa application for business travel only. Please contact Insurance Services advising:
- your name, your dates of travel, the country or countries you are travelling to, the reason for your trip
Please allow at least 4 working days
The Business Travel insurance does not provide cover for the failure to obtain/maintain any necessary documents required for the country you are travelling to (e.g visas, passports, permits etc).
Please note that this policy is NOT a health or medical insurance policy and general healthcare is not covered. Travellers may therefore want to consider taking out their own private insurance to cover them for their trip. This can also be a requirement for some types of visas and should be checked by the traveller. Please note that the University Insurance Department is unable to provide any advice in relation to the purchase of health/medical insurance.
Under this policy, only emergency medical treatment is covered (i.e. that requires immediate treatment) and the Emergency Medical Helpline number should be contacted +44 (0)1243 621066