Страхование студентов

Dear International Student! 

This page is exclusively for you! 

Here you will find all necessary information on medical insurance!

Please be reminded
In accordance with Article 27 of the federal law “Procedure of Exit from and Entry into the Russian Federation,” a foreign citizen MAY NOT enter the Russian Federation if such foreign citizen HAS NOT SUBMITTED A MEDICAL INSURANCE POLICY valid in the territory of the Russian Federation.

We offer
An insurance program called «STUDENT STANDARD»
The program includes:
  • Outpatient care
  • Doctor home visits
  • Preventive examination
  • Emergency aid
  • Urgent hospitalization
  • Repatriation
The cost of such policy is 4,000 rubles a year!
With emergency dentistry service included, it is 4,900 rubles a year!

You may be insured for a term of less than one year:

Insurance term W/o dentistry With dentistry
1 month to 3 months 1,600 rubles 2,000 rubles
3 months to 6 months 2,800 rubles 3,450 rubles
6 months to 12 months 4,000 rubles 4,900 rubles

Insurance coverage per student (irrespective of the insurance term):
  • for outpatient care, emergency aid, urgent hospitalization and repatriation: 500,000 rubles
  • for emergency dentistry service: 4,000 rubles
Service is provided at the premises of St. Petersburg’s leading medical institutions.

Your policy will be issued in 7 minutes:
at 22 Moskovsky Prospekt, Bldg. 3, 5th floor, Room 505 (how to find us)
Please have your passport and student ID card on you. 

For policy issuance matters, please use telephone No. (812) 320-65-34, ext. 2235 or email: vdovina@capitalpolis.ru. Contact person: Yulia Vdovina.

The contract is signed on the basis of the «Travelers’ Insurance Rules» (full version)
Brief extract from the «Travelers’ Insurance Rules» (shot version)

For those already having a medical insurance policy:
Doctor’s appointments are made via the 24-Hour Dispatch Center of Insurance Company (812) 320-65-49
Call emergency aid (812) 325-53-63

  • When visiting a medical institution, you must have your medical insurance policy and passport on you.
  • Insured persons must keep their insurance documents safe, and never transfer them to other parties for the purpose of providing medical care for such parties.