AccessAble, which has accessibility information for a range of public places, attractions, hotels and restaurants across the UK, has created Detailed Access Guides for disabled students wanting to go to university. Here, AccessAble champion Sassy Wyatt shares her top 6 tips for attending university with a disability.
Going away to university for the first time can be daunting for everyone. There are many institutions to choose from and all of them offer different experiences, different subjects and different courses.
But if you also have access requirements and are leaving home, there can be additional factors to consider – so it’s worth doing a little extra research.
Our Detailed Access Guides cover everything you’ll need to know about a university, from lecture halls and libraries to accommodation, bars, parking facilities and accessible toilets.
Plus, learn from a disabled student who has been there, done that, by watching our video below. It includes information on disabled students allowance and making the right adjustments for you.
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