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UCL Student Disability Services
University College London
London WC1E 6BT
Our students benefit from the lowest student to staff ratio (10:1) of any public UK university, enabling small class sizes and outstanding individual support (The Times, 2013).
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Disabled students and students with medical conditions
If you are disabled, have dyslexia or a long term medical condition, UCL can offer a range of support services. For full details please visit our web pages or contact UCL Student Disability Services.
UCL is firmly committed to operating a system of equal opportunity and applicants with disabilities or medical conditions are considered on the same basis as all other applicants. If you tell us about a disability on your application form this will help us ensure we can meet your needs and will prompt us to send you more information about our services.
We are happy to arrange information visits to UCL so that you can find out more about the physical environment and facilities or discuss support arrangements with us in person.
- For details of our 'Visit UCL' scheme please see: www.ucl.ac.uk/disability
If you are a wheelchair user or are mobility impaired it is important to visit, if you can, before you apply – the design of some of our older buildings means that access to some departments might be difficult.
Student Disability Services
Student Disability Services provides information and advice for all disabled UCL students. It organises support services such as note-taking, communication support, mentoring and study skills tuition. We can also assist students in applications for Disabled Students Allowances and other funds, and can provide diagnostic assessments of dyslexia and other specific learning difficulties.
If you would like to discuss your individual needs or have questions about the support that might be available to you, please contact us at any stage of the application process.
You may also wish to inform your department or programme tutor or supervisor of any health problem when you join UCL and to discuss the possible impact of your condition on your studies. Any information you pass on will be kept strictly confidential.
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