Health and Safety

Health and Safety

AMBEX staff are always available to assist students in any emergency situation. AMBEX maintains contingency plans to handle all types of emergencies, medical or otherwise. AMBEX monitors all U.S. State Department travel advisories and follows all recommendations they issue. Health and accidental emergencies are covered by the comprehensive traveler’s insurance package provided by Brotherhood Mutual insurance which is required as part of your admission.  In the event of an emergency demanding medical attention, hospitals are accessible 24 hours a day in all AMBEX program cities.

Emergency Contacts

AMBEX recommends that students use their parents as their emergency contacts. This ensures that in the event of an emergency, all information will be distributed to parents. Be sure to provide your emergency contacts and your home institutions with your correct contact information abroad.

Insurance

All AMBEX students will be required to enroll in the Brotherhood Mutual Overseas insurance plan. AMBEX Enrollment Advisors will enroll students in this health insurance for an additional fee, which will appear on the student’s invoice. For more information contact a AMBEX enrollment advisor at ambex.germany@gmail.com.



Alumni

See what Alumni have to say about AMBEX - Christian Study Abroad program.

Karen Harriger, The Master’s College

On January 18, 2013 at 6:25 AM, my flight took off from Fresno-Yosemite International Airport bound for Munich, Germany. Like my journey toward reaching...

Aaron Thomasson, Columbia International University

Aaron: Fresh bretzel, bratwurst mit sauerkraut, schnitzel, Regensburg, Bayern, Deutsche Bahn, cobble stone, old cities, Christkindlesmarkt, and Ambex friends are a few things I...

Jasmine Benson, The Master’s College

This semester and the European History, Geography & Culture course has allowed me to grow in my spiritual walk with Christ because I have...