What Does Endsleigh Cover?

You’ll be covered for a range of perils such as loss from theft, attempted theft, malicious damage, fire, flood and more Opting for additional cover can extend protection to include accidental damage, plus also insure your items outside of your student home.

Is endsleigh insurance just for students?

Is Endsleigh just for students? As the No. 1 student insurance provider in the UK and the only one recommended by NUS, we’re experts in creating flexible insurance policies that are built around the lives of our customers. But that doesn’t mean we’re just for students!.

What is my Endsleigh?

My Endsleigh is the must-have student app focused on student insurance, protecting and saving with student-friendly products and free student wellbeing services.

Is my Endsleigh free?

Yes – It’s free to sign up ! It’s also free to access your policy information for insurance provided by your accommodation provider and other polices bought through My Endsleigh. Plus, you can access other features and services such the 24/7 confidential wellbeing helpline with qualified counsellors.

Does Endsleigh Insurance still exist?

Endsleigh was established in 1965 by National Union of Students (NUS). In March 2018, Endsleigh was acquired by A-Plan Holdings, and is the only official and approved insurer of National Union of Students.

Do students need house insurance?

Do students need buildings insurance? Not usually, no There are two types of home insurance: buildings and contents insurance. Most students rent their accommodation, which means they’ll only need contents insurance.

How do I cancel my Endsleigh policy?

If you are an Endsleigh gadget insurance customer, yes you can. If your policy is claim free you can cancel your cover at any time during the policy year. If you need to cancel your possessions policy, we will need to speak to you – please speak to us on Live Chat or call us on 0333 234 1552.

How do I delete my Endsleigh account?

You cancel your Endsleigh insurance policy by simply contacting their Customer Service team over the phone To voice your concerns or raise a complaint, simply call 0333 234 1558 from your phone.

Who is Endsleigh underwritten by?

Howden Group Holdings Limited recently completed the acquisition of A-Plan Group, which Endsleigh is part of. A-Plan, as one of the largest specialist insurance distribution groups in the UK, will create with Howden a new force in UK retail insurance market.

Why is Endsleigh not renewing?

As your policy is paid in full, it will not automatically renew , therefore you will need to renew your policy online through your online account. To access your account sign in here. Or you can contact our Renewals Team on 0333 234 1552.

Does Endsleigh use black box?

Depending on your car, we’ll either send you a self-fit black box or arrange to have your black box professionally installed You can also track your driving score at any time via the Endsleigh Loop app.

What is an intermediary service fee?

Intermediary Service Fee – This fee is included in your premium and covers the cost of arranging your policy This fee will be applied when you take out a New Business and Renewal policy with us.

What insurances do I need as a student?

All college students should have some insurance coverage while they’re at school. Depending on their situation, a student may need auto, renters, life and health insurance policies As a parent, check with your own insurance company to see if any of your policies will cover your child at school for free.

Is it worth getting contents insurance?

It is a good idea to take out home contents insurance to cover your possessions against fire, theft and other risks, such as accidental damage If something happens to destroy or damage your possessions, it can cost a lot of money to replace them items, some of which may be essential.

Does student accommodation have insurance?

Usually, student contents insurance covers the belongings within your student accommodation against the risks of fire, theft and flood Such items could include clothes, furniture, jewellery and electrical items.