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How to apply to one of the Tippie College of Business programs.
Tippie ranks among the top 40 MBA programs in the U.S. (U.S. News)
All international students, including students in the United States on a working visa, are required to have health insurance for the academic year in order to attend the University of Iowa. You will need to provide proof of other insurance or you will automatically be billed for a student-only policy each semester in which you are enrolled.
If you have other insurance and do not want the university's coverage, you must file the Proof of Coverage Form and send to the university
Benefits Office either: 1) your actual policy; or 2) an identification card and a descriptive brochure (ID cards
without supporting information will not be sufficient). If your coverage meets all of the university's Exemption Guidelines below, including the deadlines for document presentation, you will receive a 1-year exemption and will not be billed for the university insurance. If your documents are not in English, you will be required to have them translated.
Your documents must show the following:
If you have a scholarship or are sponsored by an agency that provides insurance or assumes payment of your medical costs, you must provide documentation to the Benefits Office by the following deadlines.
After deadlines indicated, only partial exemptions will be given. You will then be required to pay for coverage through the end of the month in which your insurance documents are accepted.
Please contact the following individual at the UI Benefits Office if you have questions or problems regarding the insurance requirement:
Toll Free: 877-830-4001