We have a number of factsheets about important aspects of our service. These include information on funding, free software, IT training, learning support, confidentiality and data protection.
How to make an appointment to see an Advisor who will support you.
We support students with a range of impairments as defined under the Equality Act (previously the Disability Discrimination Act).
Information for international students about providing evidence of a disability. Information on adjustments (or accommodations) for disabled international students like extra time in exams.
Important information about your responsibilities, the evidence you need and the important deadlines to be aware of.
Find out about exam and study adjustments like extra time in exams and financial help to buy computer equipment such as a laptop.
This guidance, from the Equality and Human Rights Commission, explains your equality rights as a student in higher education.
If you are applying as a new student through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) there will be an opportunity for you to note on your application any disabilities, special needs or medical conditions.
Information about how to complain about the Student Disability Service. Information on the University's formal processes of complaints and appeals.
There are many opportunities to visit the University before you come to study here. The open days are an excellent way to get a look at the University, the student union and accommodation. Come and visit the Student Disability Service as well.
The other Student Support Services provided by the University.
This article was published on Dec 17, 2012