Du står her: helsenorge.noHealth rights abroadStudents in the EU/EEA and Switzerland Students in the EU/EEA and Switzerland Students must be members of the national insurance scheme of their country of residence. You therefore need to check with a national insurance institution in the country where you are studying whether they consider that you live there. Sidebilde Helfo / Morten Rakke Membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme In the EU/EEA, students must be covered by the national insurance legislation of the country of residence. In principle, you will not be considered to reside in the country where you are studying, unless you have plans to live there permanently. Steg 1 innholdVil du lese om studenter i EU/EØS på norsk?As a student in an EU/EEA country, in principle, you will be covered by the national insurance legislation of your country of residence. Unless you have plans to live permanently in the country where you are studying, you will not be considered as resident there. If you need to clarify where you are considered to reside, you should check with the relevant national insurance institution in the country where you are studying.If you are not considered to reside in the country where you are studying, as a full-time student at a college or university approved by the Norwegian State Educational Loan Fund or the NAV National Office for Social Insurance Abroad, you retain membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme while you are studying. You should however check whether the country where you are studying has special national insurance rules for students, since you cannot have national insurance cover in more than one country.The teaching and examinations must take place at the foreign educational institution. Students taking the ex. phil. and ex. fac. study programmes abroad are not considered to be full-time students and therefore do not have rights to healthcare reimbursements as students. If you undertake work of any kind while studying abroad, you lose your membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Find out more about membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme on NAV's website.If you are not considered a resident in the country where you are studying, you need to take a European Health Insurance Card with you from Norway. Eksempel Emma is taking a one-year MBA course in Paris. She takes a European Health Insurance Card with her. Emma does not work while she is studying. So she retains membership of the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme. Your rights If you require healthcare during your period of study abroad, you need to show your European Health Insurance Card. Steg 2 innholdThe European Health Insurance Card entitles you to healthcare in the country where you are studying. You will be entitled to access the public health service in the same way as the residents of the country where you are studying.The European Health Insurance Card cannot be used in the private health service. It should not be necessary to show your European Health Insurance Card elsewhere in the Nordic Region, but it is a good idea to take it with you anyway.The same applies to your family members who are not gainfully employed in the country where you are studying. If, on assessment, the country where you are studying judges that your family members should be considered as resident in the country, they shall be entitled to healthcare in accordance with the country's legislation. (Note that special rules apply in these countries: Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, and Slovenia).If you nonetheless choose to use the private health service, you will need to pay the expenses out of pocket and apply to Helfo for reimbursement afterwards. Complete and send in«Claim for reimbursement of specialist healthcare received in another EEA country (05-24a.05)» Englishif it concerns treatment in the specialist health service (hospital, outpatients' clinic, x-rays, radiology, laboratory, specialist physician, or medication received in connection with such services).If it concerns dental treatment, you need to complete and send in «Krav om refusjon for tannbehandling mottatt i et annet EØS-land, for pasient (05-24a.02)» Bokmål | Nynorsk | English Note that the dental treatment provider must also complete a form that you have to attach to the claim. If it concerns other healthcare, you need to complete and send in«Krav om refusjon for helsetjenester mottatt i et annet EØS-land – ikke sykehusbehandling (05-24a.01)» Bokmål | EnglishSend the claim to Helfo, Postboks 2415, 3104 Tønsberg. Eksempel Emma has broken her arm and visits a public hospital in Paris. She shows her European Health Insurance Card and has to pay the same user fees as a French citizen. Some weeks after the treatment, Emma wishes to have a new x-ray taken. She has been recommended a private hospital. Here she is informed that she cannot use the European Health Insurance Card. Emma therefore looks after the receipts for the treatment at the private hospital and sends an application for reimbursement to Helfo. Power of Attorney over Helfo communications To contact Helfo on behalf of someone else, you need to have power of attorney. Parents/guardians also require power of attorney for children over 16. This is because the age of majority for health matters is 16 years. Steg 3 innhold«Fullmaktsskjema / fullmaktskjema for Helfo-henvendelser (21-00.01)» Bokmål | Nynorsk | English Health records and information are sensitive and should not be transmitted by e-mail. We therefore request that you send the power of attorney to Helfo by letter post. Remember to enclose a copy of valid identification. Complete the power of attorney form and send it to Helfo, Postboks 2415, 3104 Tønsberg.