Government-provided medical care in Egypt is very poor, and private care expensive. We therefore advise you to purchase comprehensive medical insurance before coming to Egypt. We recommend StudentGuard, used by many IH schools. Please note that you do NOT require vaccinations for yellow fever or cholera but we recommend that for up-to-date health information you refer to your own government-provided travel advice, or the World Health Organisation's website. These information portals should be able to inform you of the vaccinations/medications required for Egypt at any given time.

 

If you are taking medication regularly, or indeed if you take specific vitamins/supplements, please bring a sufficient supply. While many medications and vitamins are available here in Egypt, some are not. If you have any doubts, feel free to contact our students affairs department for information on local availability.

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"Magical" The classes were so great. The teachers were all very good and nice. My fellow students too. I did a lot of travelling on my own and Egypt is such a beautiful country. I stayed in the school accommodation for three months and then I moved because it was very expensive compared to the price of the housing market in Cairo. But otherwise, the accommodation was great.

Camille Coquoz - Switzerland