Health and Social security


Social security registration


Since 2019/2020, the student social security has disappeared. If you are a foreign sudent or a French student born in New Caledoni or Wallis and Futna, the steps to take according to your situation and those required to receive your healthcare reimbursements are explained here.

See the video above for more informations.


complementary health insurance partnership - HEYME




To provide the best possible support for our students, the Student and Campus Life Department has partnered with HEYME, a group of mutual insurance companies and insurers specializing in students.

Thanks to this partnership, you can benefit from all HEYME services at attractive rates:

  •     Home Insurance
  •     Civil liability insurance
  •     Repatriation insurance
  •     Supplementary health insurance (mutual insurance)

To benefit from the advantageous conditions of this partnership, please use the code CS-10.

Go to their website for detailed information on their services:

Click here for information on how to take out outgoing mobility insurance.


Social security coverage outside France


Do you want to do a training course, an internship abroad, or travel? Think about your social protection!


 You should know that your coverage may vary depending on the country you are going to. To leave with peace of mind, find out how to best prepare for your stay.

For a trip to Europe

If you are going to Europe in a European Union/European Economic Area country, Switzerland, or the United Kingdom, go to your ameli account and order your European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) to prove your rights in France and to benefit from the coverage of your medical care in France.

Please note! The United Kingdom is no longer part of the European Union since 31 January 2020; additional formalities must be completed.

To find out more

For a departure outside Europe

If you are going abroad to a country outside the European Union/European Economic Area, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, or Quebec, you should be aware that the terms and conditions of coverage vary depending on whether or not you are receiving a salary (gratuity) and the amount of the latter. In addition, in some countries, medical expenses are costly, so it is advisable to take out an insurance policy that guarantees the reimbursement of medical costs incurred.

For more information, contact:

Find all the information and contact channels of the Assurance Maladie: for information on news, rights and procedures, reimbursements, and health

The ameli account to access all the services in your personal space.

The ameli forum for any general questions

By calling 3646 (no surcharge) Monday through Friday from 8:30 to 5:30 p.m.

In person, by going to your local insurance fund (CPAM).