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United Arab Emirates sponsored students

We've partnered with the Embassy of The United Arab Emirates Education & Technology Sciences Attaché Office to offer Top Overseas Student Health Cover, opens in a new tab to UAE students living and studying in Australia.

You can meet your visa requirements and access both day-to-day healthcare and hospital services.

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Visa compliant health insurance

We are the preferred health insurer of Embassy of The United Arab Emirates Education & Technology Sciences Attaché Office for their students living and studying in Australia.

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Understand your health cover

UAE students are only covered for our Overseas Student Health Cover. To learn more about your Hospital and Extras cover, read our product information factsheet.

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Manage your policy wherever you are with the nib App, opens in a new tab. Take a photo of your receipt to claim, check your Extras benefits on the go and more.

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Find out how to log in to your member account and the nib App.

Take control of your health

  • Claim straight away

    Take a photo of your receipt to claim in minutes.

  • Get your certificate in minutes

    Our overseas student covers are 100% visa compliant. Your Visa Certificate will be emailed to you once you are approved.

  • Search our healthcare networks

    Find a provider near you and get the best value from your policy.

  • Manage your health cover

    View your policy, update your personal details and more.

  • Save with your nib Rewards

    Enjoy exclusive offers, discounts, promotions and rewards.

When to see a doctor

If you are sick and it is not immediately life threatening but requires treatment, you might need to see a local doctor which is called a GP, or a General Practitioner. For example: cold and flu symptoms, stomach aches or fevers.

When to go to the hospital

If you have a major injury or life threatening illness, call 000 or go to a hospital emergency department immediately. For example: chest pain, unconscious or seizure, difficulty breathing, badly bleeding or injured in a severe accident.

See a doctor using telehealth

Access healthcare from anywhere, opens in a new tab, whether you are on the go or safe at home. Chat to your doctor using a smartphone, tablet, computer or telephone.

When to see a doctor

If you are sick and it is not immediately life threatening but requires treatment, you might need to see a local doctor which is called a GP, or a General Practitioner. For example: cold and flu symptoms, stomach aches or fevers.

When to go to the hospital

If you have a major injury or life threatening illness, call 000 or go to a hospital emergency department immediately. For example: chest pain, unconscious or seizure, difficulty breathing, badly bleeding or injured in a severe accident.

See a doctor using telehealth

Access healthcare from anywhere, opens in a new tab, whether you are on the go or safe at home. Chat to your doctor using a smartphone, tablet, computer or telephone.

Search our network of healthcare providers, including specialists, dentists, physiotherapists, hospitals and more. By choosing to see a healthcare provider in our network, you can get better value by being charged less, just for being an nib member.

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Are you an OSHC partner?

If you are an OSHC partner for UAE, log in to the Agent Portal to view, add or manage your students online.

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Opening hours

All times (AEST/AEDT)

Open Monday - Friday: 8:30 AM - 6:00PM



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