Endsleigh Insurance was created by the National Union of Students (NUS) in 1965 to negotiate the best rates for students.
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Remember: Get a quote first and compare several insurers.
You don't have to buy all your cover from the same insurer.
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Also: Check that you are not already covered by either your parents', guardians’ or your new property owner's policies.
Heading to uni? Make sure you’re insured. It may not be your top priority, but according to The Guardian, students are three times more likely to be burgled than the average household, and take an average of £3,658 worth of stuff with them to university.
So your phone, laptop, TV and everything else you’re carting with you is probably worth more than you think. While no poor student wants to add another expense on to what seems to be an endless list, if something goes wrong it could cost you a lot more.