Student Insurance Schemes

All full-time NTU matriculated students are insured under the university’s medical insurance scheme to provide them with a basic medical and personal accident insurance coverage. The insurance premiums are incorporated within the Health Services Fee that is part of the miscellaneous fee payable to NTU.

Medical Scheme

This compulsory scheme includes a subsidised consultation fee at the Fullerton Health @ NTU at a $3 fee per visit (inclusive of GST) for up to 10 visits per academic year. The $3 fee is waived from the 11th visit onwards in the same academic year. It also covers standard medications provided by the doctors at the Fullerton Health @ NTU. Non-standard medications and treatments will be charged at cost.

The benefits of the Medical Scheme are applicable in Singapore only.

If you wish to seek a claim under this scheme, call the Fullerton Health @ NTU at 6793 6974 or 6793 6828 and arrange to see Dr Calvin Tan. Please state that the purpose of the appointment is to seek a claim under the Medical Scheme.

Should you require further assistance after seeing Dr Tan, please email to One Stop @ SAC at  ossac@ntu.edu.sg or visit us at NS3-01-03, Academic Complex North.

For more information on this medical scheme, please click here.

Group Personal Accident Insurance Scheme (GPAI)

All matriculated full-time and part-time undergraduate students are insured under the compulsory GPAI scheme.It includes accidental death and accidental permanent disablement of up to S$30,000; and accidental medical reimbursement (AMR) of up to S$5,000. 

Should you require assistance, please email One Stop @ SAC ossac@ntu.edu.sg or visit us at NS3-01-03, Academic Complex North.

For details on eligibility and scope of coverage, please click here.

  

Group Hospitalisation and Surgical Insurance (GHSI)

All international students and Singapore Permanent Residents are insured under the compulsory GHSI Scheme. This is to ensure that they are covered in the event of emergency or illness.  Medical expenses in Singapore are relatively high and may lead to a financial drain if the illness requires specialist consultation, hospitalisation and/or surgery.  International students are treated as private patients and hence are not eligible to stay in the subsidised wards of Singapore Government restructured hospitals.

For LKCMedicine students, the GHSI scheme includes an additional rider to cover work-related injuries during clinical attachments and occupational acquired Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV).

Should you require assistance, please email One Stop @ SAC ossac@ntu.edu.sg or visit us at NS3-01-03, Academic Complex North.

For details on eligibility and scope of coverage, please click here.

For LKCMedicine Students

It is compulsory for all LKCMedicine students (Singapore Citizens, international students and Singapore Permanent Residents) to take health insurance schemes as illustrated below:

  • Medical Scheme (Student Health Service Fee)
  • GHSI - with an additional annual rider for needle-stick injury or biological splashes
  • GPAI

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