Studying at SLU with a disability
Are you planning to study at SLU? Do you have a disability that may affect your studies? Then you can apply for learning support. SLU aims to offer all students equal opportunities to pursue their studies in a good study environment.
You can receive support for permanent disabilities that affect your studies
Disability means a permanent physical or mental limitation. This includes dyslexia, physical disabilities, mental and neuropsychiatric disorders, visual or hearing impairment as well as chronic illnesses that affect the studies.
Apply for support on the SLU student web
In order to get support you need to apply for it. Fill in the web form via the link on the SLU student web. Enclose a medical or psychological certificate or a certificate from a qualified person stating that you have dyslexia. The support is individually tailored and is designed in consultation with you, the student.
Contact SLU's coordinator for students with disabilities well in advance
In order to be able give you to get the appropriate educational support from the beginning of your studies, it is important that you contact SLU's coordinator for students with disabilities well in advance. Get in touch as soon as you submit your application to one of our programmes or single courses. Together, we can discuss what support may be appropriate for you.
You are of course welcome to ask questions about what it is like to study with a disability at SLU, even if you have not yet decided to apply for one of our programmes or courses.
For more information about studying with disabilities at SLU, please visit the SLU student web.
Contact information on the web
Studying with a disability
You are welcome to contact us and ask how having a disability may affect you studies and how you apply for learning support. Contact us via the link below: