The learning support process

If you have not accessed the University’s Disability Services, this will be your first step to finding out about support.  You will need to make an appointment with a Disability Adviser to discuss your needs. 

In this appointment, an Adviser will discuss any barriers to your learning and may suggest booking an appointment with a Needs Assessor.  A Needs Assessor is a specialist who would take you through an assessment process to recommend the type and level of support you may require.

Find out more information on how to book an appointment by visiting our Disability support pages.

Steps to learning support

Seeking support

Think you need some support whilst studying?  Take your first steps, with support from the Disability Services team.

Disabled Students' Allowance entitlement

Visited an assessmment centre? Received your DSA entitlement? See what’s next.

Offer of learning support

Find out more about how the Learning Support team will contact you to offer you support.

Linking you with support

Accepted your support offer?  Take a look at how we will link you to a support worker.

Meeting your support worker

In lectures, around campus? how you will meet with your support worker depends on your support.

Whilst receiving support

Your support is in place! What now? Find various information about the expectations on you in regards to your support.