Review These Preliminary Steps Before You Go
Medical Forms to Bring Abroad: Proof of enrollment in ISEP student health insurance and additional medical insurance required by your host country prior to departure.
Medical and Dental Checkups: We recommend you have a dental check-up and complete any necessary dental work before you go abroad.
Medications: Any medication you use regularly should be brought in adequate supply. For customs clearance, keep prescription medications in their original bottles and bring a letter from your physician verifying that you need your prescriptions medication.
International Immunization and Vaccination Records: Some countries require that you have certain vaccinations before you go abroad. Check with a medical physician before you leave.

We encourage you to be mature and responsible when managing your personal health and safety abroad. In the event of medical, safety or crisis issues abroad, your first point of contact should always be your host ISEP Coordinator. Your host ISEP Coordinator can give you the most immediate assistance relating to any difficulty at your host university. Be sure your ISEP host Coordinator has your emergency contact information. Also, be sure that your legal guardians have contact details for both your home and host ISEP Coordinators.