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If you are made an offer of admission and you have disclosed a disability, a neurodiverse condition (such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD or autism) or a long-term health or mental health condition, the Accessibility and Disability Resource Centre (ADRC) will be sent the disclosure information. They will then contact you by email to discuss your particular requirements and offer advice and guidance.

It is important that you respond to the ADRC as early as possible. If you did not disclose your disability in your application we would encourage you to contact the ADRC as soon as possible if you are made an offer of admission. Email

The staff of the ADRC can advise on helping students to access a range of support provisions including, specific examination/assessment arrangements and support for non-medical assistants such as study skills support, mentoring, notetaking etc.

A document summarising the communication of information on your disability after an offer of admission has been made can be found on the sidebar.

Related Documents

Disability Portal

This page is part of the portal for Applicants with Disabilities