We are asking that all new and continuing students who may have increased susceptibility, or particular vulnerability, to infectious diseases (ISID) such as COVID-19 and also those with disabilities/impairments that are impacted by COVID-related social distancing measures to let us know by 31st August by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see the guidance document on COVID: Increased Susceptibility and Disability/Impairment Impacts.
Arrangements for disabled students, including those Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD), are on an individual basis, in conjunction with the University Disability Resource Centre (DRC). Prospective students are strongly advised to contact the DRC as early as possible and read their information on applying to here.
There is detailed information about disability and access in the contact session.
Applicants can also contact the Disability Equality Officer to discuss their needs.
If you decide to make an application it is important that you fill in the DRC’s student information form, as well as the College’s disability information form, as this helps the DRC and the College to work with you in arranging appropriate support.