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Whether you’re busy studying, interning or exploring during your stay with us in Dublin, it essential to keep yourself happy and healthy in both body & mind! Before you arrive, be sure to review our insurance and medication guide and click the icons below for more information on keeping safe, fit and healthy while studying with FIE.

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Health FAQs

Where can I find COVID-19 Information?

Your health, safety, and wellbeing are of the utmost importance to FIE and we have a number of enhanced measures in place, which you can read about on our dedicated COVID-19 Info webpage including:

  • How to get tested
  • What to do if you have symptoms
  • Links to our Student Policies page, including the COVID-19 Reported Symptoms Procedure 

 

Unwell and need to miss your class/internship?

You are required to contact your professors and the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to notify them each day of your absence from class. In the case of internships, you need to notify your site supervisor as well as the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. each morning of your absence.

 

I need regular treatment for my medical condition - can I arrange this in Dublin?

If you require regular treatment (e.g. blood tests, infusions, injections etc.), we advise you to reach out to a GP in Dublin as soon as possible. Previous students have made arrangements for regular treatment through Thomas Court Medical Centre and Aungier Street Medical Clinic, whose details can be found on our Medical Services page.

Please be aware that most insurance policies, including FIE's group travel insurance policy with Endsleigh, do not cover treatment for pre-existing conditions. It may however be worth reaching out to them or another insurer to discuss whether additional coverage can be arranged.

 

Are you a student from the EEA (European Economic Area) or Switzerland?

EEA & Swiss students must have a valid European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), obtained in your home country or online. The EHIC card allows access to state-provided healthcare and will cover treatment that is necessary during your time in Ireland. For additional guidance see the Citizen's Information website

You will still need valid travel insurance - the EHIC is not an alternative to this coverage. See our Insurance page for guidance.

 

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