Our aim is to give you all the information you need to help you find the right insurance for university or college. Whether you are just starting out on your journey into further education or you are a returning student moving into private accommodation or back into halls, we want you to have the information you need at your fingertips.
Through a range of reliable insurers, you can find policies to suit many different needs. There are comprehensive policies if you need full coverage, top up policies for halls of residence insurance and specialist cover for gadgets, musical and sports equipment.
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We answer a few of the common questions here but take a look around our student hub to find out so much more. .
Whether you are allocated a place in halls or will be renting a room in a private residence when you go to university, you will probably be taking quite a few belongings with you. Without contents insurance, if any of these are damaged or stolen, you will need to fork out for replacements yourself. When this can include computers and mobile phones, it gets very expensive!
Block halls insurance is a policy taken out by your accommodation provider which gives a basic level of cover for your personal possessions. Many university halls, or residences run by student housing companies such as Unite, will have block halls polices in place. The cost is normally included in your rent. These policies can often be topped up to include such areas as accidental damage cover and mobile phone theft. Our guide will help you find out what cover is provided by your university.
Many parents may have looked into this and the answer is often yes, but it will depend on your policy. However, even if you can, there are some important points to consider.
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This content was last reviewed on 07/08/2017