Proof of Insurance for Swedish Migration Agency (Migrationsverket)
If you are asked in your application for a residence permit to prove that you have insurance coverage during your studies at Dalarna University, upload this file: Insurance Information (pdf).
How To Claim Insurance
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you need to make a claim. Do not contact Kammarkollegiet directly.
To claim insurance, you need to complete a claim form, enclose all original receipts, and send to:
S-791 88 Falun, Sweden
Your claim is then forwarded to Kammarkollegiet, which determines the amount you will receive.
Personal Injury Insurance
All registered students are covered for personal injuries. The insurance provides coverage during your time at school and on placement. You are also covered during your commute to and from your institute of higher education or placement (unless a vehicle is involved, then you are covered by the vehicle's insurance). This insurance is free of charge and you are covered automatically.
- For more details, see Kammarkollegiet - Personal Injury Insurance for University Students in Sweden
Health and Liability Insurance
This applies to all international students at Dalarna University.
In addition to personal injury insurance, you are also covered by the insurance "Student IN". The insurance is valid two weeks before and after your arrival in Sweden.
This insurance provides medical and dental coverage, home transport, personal property coverage, third party liability and legal protection. It provides coverage in Sweden or in the Schengen area 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The deductible is only for personal property coverage and is 1,500 SEK. The insurance is free of charge, and valid for all international students coming to Dalarna to study full-time.
If you are unable to pay, ask the medical provider to send you the bill to your Swedish address. Enclose the bill with the claim form (see above) and send to Susanne Corrigox (also see above).
European Health Insurance Cardholders
If you are from an EU country, then you need to apply for a European Health Insurance Card in your country before you depart for Sweden. You will need this card when seeking medical care in Sweden.
Insurance for Students Going Abroad
If you're a registered student at Dalarna University and will be studying or placed abroad through an exchange agreement or other type of agreement, you are covered by the insurance called Student UT.
The insurance is valid two weeks before and after your departure from Sweden. Student UT provides 24 hours a day, 7 days a week coverage in the country where you're studying or on a placement.
This insurance provides medical and dental coverage, home transport, personal property coverage, third-party liability and legal protection.
The University does not insure family members that are coming with you to Sweden. Be sure to secure insurance for them in your home country before your departure.