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For students admitted to COSSE

Congratulations for being accepted to COSSE! When you have recieved your Letter of Admission to the programme, there are a number of important areas to look into, such as residence permit, insurance, arrival information and accommodation.

Student agreements

Student Agreement will be sent to all admitted students. The sample below is a general template and some variations might occur. Sample Student Agreement (doc 69 kB)

Practical information

Take part of the COSSE Student Guide 2019 (docx 103 kB) .

Scholarships

Scholarships for the programme are administrated by the partner university providing the offer. The terms and conditions will be regulated in a separate Scholarship Agreement.

Residence permit

Citizens from non-EU member states need to apply for a study visa and/or residence permit for the first study destination immediately after receiving the letter of Acceptance, and also to collect documents required for future visa applications with respect to the appointed mobility track. Contact the appropriate embassy in order to receive further information on the residence permit application procedure. The Letter of Acceptance as well as the Letter of Admission to the first university or bank statement and the insurance certificate are important for the residence permit application.

Booking your flight

Before booking your flight, train or ferry, please carefully check the information about arrival days for your first year university. Book your ticket well in advance and check if a transit visa is needed for intermediate landing. Upon arrival to the first European country (intermediate, or final destination), please make sure that your passport is duly stamped and dated.

Insurance for COSSE students

Important

This information is valid for edition 2016.

The coverage includes:

  • Health insurance, including medical expenses and SOS costs
  • Travel insurance
  • Household contents insurance as the result of fire, storm or burglary
  • Personal accident insurance
  • Legal assistance insurance
  • Third party insurance for private individuals

Carefully study the terms and conditions in the documents below.

  1. Coverage Overview Student Insurance (pdf 173 kB)
  2. Terms and Conditions Student Insurance Health Part (pdf 209 kB)
  3. Tems and conditions Student Insurance Additional Part (pdf 207 kB)

How does the insurance work?

The Insurance provided by OOM Verzekeringen, administered by TU Delft. The policy insurance number is sent to the student after the receipt of payment of the participation cost. The insurance is valid as long as the status as COSSE student remains for a maximum of 26 months. The student is obliged to inform the COSSE administration for deregistration of the Student insurance.

Contact person at TU Delft: Ms. Stefanie van Gentevoort.