If you describe yourself as disabled under the Equality Act 2010 then you can discuss your needs with our Accessibility Team – Academic and Disability Support. You can find out about the types of students we support from our Academic Support leaflet and Disability Support leaflet.
Once you have provided us with appropriate evidence, we can create a Support Plan (formerly known as an Academic or Disability Referral Form) specifically for you.
Please see our Privacy Statement in line with GDPR for more information about how we share your data so that any recommended support can be put in place.
When you join us at university, either as an undergraduate or postgraduate, we can offer you a meeting with one of our Disability Advisers if you have a disability or long-term medical condition.
Sometimes we will need to meet for more than one initial session and we will offer you a chance for a follow up.
Some students may need to meet with their adviser on a regular basis. In further meetings we will:
We can review your needs as you progress through your course. For example, you might plan to study abroad, go on placement or there may be changes to your condition.
You will generally need to be referred to see the tutor by your Disability Adviser. The tutor’s role is complementary to that of the Disability Adviser.
The tutor will:
The tutor will not:
We provide specialist academic support for students with Specific Learning Differences (SpLDs) such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD or dyscalculia.
At your first meeting we will:
Your next steps:
We do not
Further support via Accessibility
Support within your school
Disability Liaison Officers
School welfare support
Academic Support leaflet 2019
Disability Support leaflet 2019
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