Spausdinti

Healthcare and Insurance

Students upon arrival to Lithuania need to register at a healthcare clinic of their choice. In order to do so, they must present the following documents which differs based on your home country you’re arriving from:

eu-w.png (376x240, 240x240)Students from
EU countries
(+ NO, UK, LI, IS, CH)*:

The following documents must be presented upon registration at a chosen healthcare clinic:

  1. Passport or ID card
  2. EHIC (European Health Insurance Card)
  3. PD S1 form (issued at your home country)

*After registration, students have a right to receive all healthcare services on the same conditions as permanent residents of Lithuania: have a right to register to the family doctor, can receive subsidised medications and planned healthcare services upon the referral of family doctor.

wrolds.png (376x240, 240x240)Students from
non-EU countries*:

The following documents must be presented upon registration at a chosen healthcare clinic:
  1. Passport or ID card
  2. TRP (Temporary Visa Permit)
  3. Private Health Insurance (additionally to your Travel Insurance which covers only urgent medical services and repatriation)

* After registration, students can get healthcare services funded by their private health insurer in accordance to the conditions established in the insurance policy.

Recommendations for a Private Health Insurance:

  1. Aon student insurance, yearly price approx. 470Eur
  2. Lietuvos draudimas, yearly price approx. 288 Eur
    (covers outpatient clinics services except dental services, hospitalisation, medications and rehabillitation)

EXCEPTIONS:
Not applied to the students legally employed in Lithuania