Study Abroad Insurance
Study Abroad programs organized and managed by the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) provide supplemental insurance to all participants. This supplemental insurance, provided by CISI (Cultural Insurance Services International), includes medical, medical evacuation, repatriation of remains, and security (political unrest/natural disaster) coverage. All students who participate in GT study abroad programs or International Academic Projects are required to have this study abroad insurance plan coverage. For more information on the policy, review the CISI Brochure & Claim Form.
The myCISI mobile app is an excellent way for student to view insurance cards and consulate letters, find providers abroad, view travel warnings and alerts, submit claims or check-in during an emergency. This video provides more information regarding the myCISI mobile app and checking in:
PLEASE NOTE: GT study abroad programs do not provide other types of supplemental insurance coverage, such as theft insurance, trip cancellation insurance, etc.
US State Department Announcements
If you are a GT student on an F1 visa:
As soon as you apply to a program abroad, you MUST contact International Student and Scholar Services to review your U.S. Visa. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
US State Department Travel Advisories
For information regarding current US State Department Travel Advisories, please visit this site. Students are not permitted to travel abroad abroad as part of an educational/experiential activity (including internships) to a country (or areas of countries) that are assigned a US State Department Travel Advisory Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) or 4 (Do Not Travel). Additionally, it is highly recommended for students who are US citizens to register their travel through the US State Department's STEP program.