When you meet with a Disability Adviser they will talk you through the support and adjustments which might be appropriate to your studies, such as:
Any necessary support and adjustments to your teaching and learning will be recorded within a document known as My Adjustments (MAs). MAs will be shared with staff on a need-to-know basis to ensure that these can be implemented. Examples of adjustments could be the provision of teaching materials in advance, giving directed reading lists, or allowing for extended library loans.
MAs are created in collaboration with you, and will be discussed in detail with your adviser at your first appointment.
We have specialist IT rooms on campus with access to various software programmes including text-to-speech, speech-to-text, and mind-mapping tools.
Central Exam Adjustments
We can implement Central Exam Adjustments (CEAs) to ensure you are able to take your exams with reasonable adjustments in place, such as extra writing time and rest breaks.
Appropriate CEAs will be discussed when you have registered with us, and are dependent on your individual circumstances and the medical evidence you provide.