I am a prospective student with a disability and would like to know what support is available to me. Can you help?


If you have a disability, specific learning difficulty or medical condition there is potentially a wide variety of support that can be accessed to assist you with your studies in higher education. The support that is available is very much dependent on your individual requirements and needs. There is general information on the Swansea University website about the support that can be offered through the Disability Office http://www.swan.ac.uk/disability-office/ 

If you would like to discuss your individual requirements or if you have specific queries about support arrangements at Swansea University, please contact a Disability Caseworker to discuss this further.  You can do this by e-mailing disability@swansea.ac.uk

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