What evidence will I need to apply for Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA)?


You will need proof that you have a long term disability that affects you on a day to day basis (e.g. medical note).  Alternatively, a recent educational psychologist report or SpLD specialist report will be required to provide evidence of Dyslexia or other additional learning needs.  If you are unsure book an appointment to see a Disability Caseworker.  

Please contact the Disability Service at: disability@swansea.ac.uk

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