Disability Information for Students

Potential students who have a disability are encouraged to apply to the University of London. The University and its constituent Colleges and Institutes are all committed to providing first class educational opportunities to anyone who could benefit from them.

Colleges are responsible for all aspects of equal opportunity policies within their own institution and the production of information for students with disabilities. Enquiries about their policies, procedures and provision should therefore be addressed to them.

The University of London Institute in Paris, the School of Advanced Study and the University Marine Biological Station each have their own missions and a fair degree of autonomy including, in many cases, sole occupation of buildings. In these circumstances, each institution has been asked to provide their own information.

School of Advanced Study
University of London Institute in Paris  [PDF, 2pgs, 44KB]
University Marine Biological Station 

Information for students with disabilities for each of the activities and services provided centrally for students include:

Senate House Library 
University of London Housing Services 
University of London International Programmes 

The University is striving to ensure that all of its premises and facilities are accessible in the widest sense. A programme prioritising any building work has been established, with appropriate funding provision, to enable the central University to meet its responsibilities under the DDA.

The Student Advice Centre and all central offices in Senate and Stewart House to which the public are admitted are accessible by those with mobility problems. Visitors with special needs will be able to obtain help at the reception desk by the entrance to Stewart House. Visitors can also telephone the Student Advice Centre on +44 (0)20 7862 8360 in advance of their visit.

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