Lithuanian students are insured by the state insurance until they graduate (until August 31 of the year you graduate).
All EU students prior to coming to LCC need to obtain the European Health Insurance Card (or EHIC) is issued free of charge in your home country and allow you to receive medical treatment in another member state for free or at a reduced cost. It only covers healthcare which is normally covered by a statutory health care system in the visited country. More information about the EHIC is available here.
All non-EU students need to obtain health insurance prior to arrival and are insured through LCC under a reliable and cost-effective insurance scheme. The insurance is valid as long as your visa D or Temporary Residence Permit.
- If you have TRP, you insurance only covers medical expenses in Lithuania.
- If you have a visa D, your insurance covers medical expenses in Schengen countries.
Your insurance covers medical expenses related to URGENT medical help, defined below:
- Medical services, when students apply to the medical institution
- Expenses for necessary medication, fixation and bandage substances, for the immediate transportation within the territory of Lithuania
- Medical services, when mortifying toothache and for urgent dental help (up to €150)
- In the case of death or heavy condition, the patient's insurance covers the expenses related to the transportation to one’s country (repatriation expenses).