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For All Our Futures
A range of support is available for students with disabilities at the University. You must register with Student Disability Services to access support.
Access support during your time at University.
Find out how the University supports students living with mental health conditions.
Find out how you can receive additional support in written tests and exams.
Find out how we can support students with specific learning or other invisible disabilities such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Students and recent graduates with disabilities can discuss career planning and direction.
Our Scholarships and awards for students with disabilities booklet includes a range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships.
Information about accessibility, designated study spaces and other support available.
If you gained UE but have not met the guaranteed entry score for your chosen programme, you may be able to enter under UTAS.
Available for lectures. Find out how you can receive this support or become a note-taker.
Available for Deaf students where possible.
How to help somebody who has a disability during an evacuation.
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