Visiting us if you have a disability
If you have a disability or a specific learning difficulty, you can arrange a 1-1 virtual campus visit.
If you have a disability, specific learning needs or any health-related concerns, and want to find out more about how we could support you, please contact us to arrange a 1-1 virtual campus visit.
Virtual campus visits
We offer 1-1 virtual campus visits for you if you have a specific need, including:
- specific learning difficulties, for example, dyslexia or dyspraxia
- autistic spectrum difficulties, for example, Asperger syndrome
- long-term health conditions, for example, arthritis, chronic fatigue, diabetes, or epilepsy
- mental health difficulties, for example, anxiety or depression
- mobility difficulties, for example, wheelchair users
- sensory impairments, for example, hearing or visual impairment
If you have any other difficulties which have lasted 12 months or more, we can also help you to find out more about the support available to you.
How we can support you
During your virtual visit, you can find out how we can support you while you live and study here.
A virtual visit can include:
- a virtual campus tour with a student ambassador, including links to 360degree viewings of accommodation
- a chat with a student ambassador from the academic department you're interested in, this could possibly also include meeting with a member of the academic staff
- a 1-1 video/phone call to Student Services, which could include a session with our Disability Support Advisor and Funding Advisor (to discuss possible support including examination arrangements or on-campus support, as well as external funding opportunities for more specialised support)
- a call with our Admissions department, which could include a session with our Admissions Progression Officer. They can provide information and guidance on your university application
- information from our IT support specialist in assistive technologies