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Welcome to Massachusetts Institute of Technology Travel Assistance Program

 
Call International SOS for Assistance: +1-215-942-8478
 
Providing all MIT students, faculty, and administrators worldwide with international medical, security and travel assistance, managed and administered by International SOS. International SOS is the world's largest medical and security Assistance Company with 24-hour Assistance Centers, international clinics and remote-site medical facilities across five continents. International SOS is the leader in their field, ready to help you with all of your medical and security needs. 
 
Whenever you travel away from your country of residence, make sure you have your International SOS card handy. Also make sure you review important medical and safety information about the country to which you are traveling. We encourage you to learn more about the Program Benefits and to find answers to Frequently Asked Questions.

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Travelers

Please consult MIT’s COVID-19 Travel Policy for determinations as to which countries and US States this policy applies.

For questions on MIT's travel policy, contact MIT's Program Manager for International Safety and Security, Todd Holmes

MIT Info Session for Health and Travel


Click here to learn about Emotional Support Services


ISOS Assistance App Screenshot Guide


 
MIT's Travel Registry Tool

In order to facilitate emergency responses, ensure maximum medical insurance benefits and provide necessary communication with you and your family in an emergency situation, students travelling with a non-MISTI affiliated program should complete The MIT Institute Travel Registry by logging in to https://travelregistry.mit.edu (a Kerberos ID / MIT email address is required for access).  For questions on the travel registry, please email travel-registry@mit.edu.


Training Hub
 
This training hub is for approved student high-risk travel.  The training hub administrator will set up the training user ID to access the system to complete the task.  For faculty or staff traveling to a high-risk area, please contact Todd Holmes (tholmes@mit.edu).

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Massachusetts Institute of Technology Travelers Please consult MIT?s Travel Risk Policy Country Risk Ratings for determinations as to which countries the Travel Risk Policy applies. 

For questions on MIT's travel risk policy, contact MIT's Program Manager for International Safety and Security, Todd Holmes

MIT Info Session for Health and Travel

Click here to learn about Emotional Support Services

ISOS Assistance App Screenshot Guide

Travel Tools

Digital Learning
DIGITAL LEARNING

Access interactive travel courses and microlearning videos on everything from CPR training to safety tips for female travellers.
My Trips
MY TRIPS

Submit your travel itinerary so you can easily connect with your organisation in the case of an incident or emergency.