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Disabled students and those who have learning difficulties or mental health concerns

24 Mar 2020

UCAS recently reported:

“Course providers welcome almost 30,000 students with individual needs each year, meaning there’s already lots of on-campus support available. To help you get the most from your studies, most universities and colleges have disability coordinators and advisers, and many also have mental health advisers. If you have an impairment, mental health concern, long-term illness, or learning difficulty, it’s a good idea to contact course providers to discuss any support you might need as early as possible – even before sending your application.”

If you have an impairment, mental health concern, long-term illness, or learning difficulty you may be eligible to apply for Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSAs). Find out if you are eligible click here