If your manual skills or mobility are restricted or your speech is impaired we can offer extra resources to help you study successfully and communicate with your tutor and other students effectively.
Things to consider
Your student support team can tell you about parking, access and facilities at tutorials, exams and residential school. If you can’t get to face-to-face tutorials we might be able to arrange individual tuition by telephone, email or, exceptionally, through home visits. We can also help you communicate with your tutor and other students, particularly at tutorials, residential schools and exams.
Your student support team can advise you further. You can arrange to communicate with them by email or letter if you prefer.
Getting the right resources for you
Make sure your student profile explains what you as an individual find difficult and the areas where you require support. Have a preliminary discussion with your tutor and request things that might help you.
To check the accessible formats available on a module go to the module website from StudentHome and look under the Resources heading for a link to Downloads. (You could also look up your module in the online prospectus).
You can also take a look at the adjustments available by study elements to see what we can offer you.
Indivdual arrangements can be made for you where there’s clear evidence that you would otherwise be disadvantaged. If you're likely to need extra time or someone to write for you (an amanuensis) in your exam, you must apply to do so at least two months before the exam. Take a look at Exam arrangements for disabled students for more information.
If your module has a compulsory residential school, we'll work with you to make your stay beneficial and effective. Discuss disability support at residential school with an adviser as early in your module as possible to give us enough time to make arrangements.
If you can't go to residential school in person, an online alternative learning experience (ALE) may be available so you can fulfil the module requirements.
Professionally trained and registered guide dogs and medical assistance dogs can attend face-to-face venues with you in line with each venue’s policy. You will need to provide evidence, such as a certificate or identification card, to demonstrate that your dog is fully trained to the required standard of behaviour.