Students with Disabilities
We welcome applications from students with disabilities / learning difficulties and would like to reassure applicants that decisions to admit students are based on their academic achievements. Advice and support is readily available from the pre-application stage and continues throughout your time with the School.
The School encourages students with disabilities/learning difficulties to disclose their disability and/or needs as early as possible to ensure that the appropriate support and adjustments to the curriculum can be made.
If you did not disclose a disability on your application form and you have not previously disclosed your disability to anyone in the University, you may make a disclosure to any member of staff (but preferably the Disability Contact) in the School. It is probably best to make an appointment and do this in person.
The School has a Disability Contact who is the first point of contact for students and staff within the School who have any queries about disability issues. For further advice students are strongly encouraged to contact either the University's Disability Adviser or the Dyslexia Service.