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Why is medical insurance compulsory in most of the Universities?
Asked by: Abdul
Posted on Wed, 4 Jun 2008 07:37:48 GMT
Can anybody explain why is medical insurance compulsorily required by most of the universities before admission?
Hey Abdul, the answer is too simple. Medical insurance provides security for costs you may require when you're sick. When your health is insured, your insurance company pays all or partial costs required for your treatment.
When you’re a student at any university or college, you might get sick, and if you are, the treatment responsibility is of insurance company but not of the university. In the same way, you can be treated for most of the diseases without going short of money. Hence, medical insurance is compulsory.
EduExpert answered 9 years and 9 months ago
Medical insurance is compulsory in most of the universities because it is helpful to students, who are studying abroad. Insurance is compulsory for any problem or any cause.
beila answered 7 years and 7 months ago
Because your health is important and in foreign you have to be insecure and any college may not be responsible for your health expenses.
sultan111 answered 5 years and 11 months ago
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