Disabled Student Support

Disabled Student Support

If you have a disability or medical condition that means you require help or assistance in practical or academic matters, please contact the Advisory service.

The team can advise you on a range of matters, including special exam arrangements and the Disabled Student Allowance (this allowance can help you cover any equipment or support costs you may have).

In addition, we will liaise with and offer advice to academic schools to ensure that a comprehensive package is in place with the most appropriate means of supporting you throughout your time at the university. All information is confidential and will only be passed on to relevant members of staff with your approval.

To help you we have several AccessAble: accessibility guides for our campus.

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You can find out more about our facilities, equipment, exam arrangements, the DSA and other forms of support for students with specific learning difficulties from our Access and Disability and Special Learning Difficulties (SpLD) pages.

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Access and Disability

If you have a disability you can read more about the specialist support available to you here.

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Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD)

If you have a learning difficult you can read more about the specialist support available to you here.

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