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  • Although we hope you'll remain healthy during your time in Vienna, things can always go wrong. Even if it is just a minor incident, you need to be medically insured. In addition, sufficient health insurance is required for receiving your visa.

    In theory, you can choose between getting private/travel insurance that qualifies to cover costs abroad while still in your home country or you can get insurance when you’re in Austria. However, a local insurance is usually the cheapest and it drastically decreases the amount of paperwork needed to get your money back after seeing a doctor, so we would recommend you to switch to an Austrian insurance if you’re planning on staying for a while. Pick a short-time solution to cover you during the transition period and get yourself an Austrian insurance after your arrival!

    Within Austria, there are two main types of insurance: either you go for the public insurance (WGKK, short for Wiener Gebietskrankenkasse) or you go for private insurance.

    Not sure about what you should do? Check our flowchart to get a better idea of your options. Don't forget to click the tabs to get the full explanation of the possible short-term solutions and the difference between public and private health insurance.

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Your insurance partner for private student health insurances. Bäckerstrasse 7/6 U1, U4 Schwedenplatz U1 Stephansplatz

Contact

  • Bäckerstrasse 7/6
  • 01 213 96 13

  • 0664 11 043 55
  • alexander.herf@uniqa.at
  • www.uniqa.at

Opening hours

  • Montag 08 : 00    17 : 00
  • Dienstag 08 : 00    17 : 00
  • Mittwoch 08 : 00    17 : 00
  • Donnerstag 08 : 00    17 : 00
  • Freitag 08 : 00    14 : 00
  • Samstag 23 : 00    - : -
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