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Will disclosing a disability affect being offered a place at Swansea University?


Swansea University welcomes applications from people with disabilities and are committed to making reasonable adjustments to enable students to participate fully in student life wherever possible. It is important to disclose a disability in order for the right support to be put in place.

Prior to entry, you may be contacted by your intended department, the Wellbeing Service or Disability Office to discuss your support and access requirements.

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