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Disabilities and Special Needs

Students with disabilities or long term medical conditions wishing to participate in any of the Study Abroad programmes (including WIYA) should contact the appropriate Year Abroad coordinator as soon as possible. It is important that you do this at an early stage so that any teaching, examination or practical arrangements that are in place here can also be put in place at a partner institution.

We are confident that our partner institutions and organisations will make such arrangements for you: however you do need to be aware that there are certain differences in provision in some countries. Thus, it is vital to make early contact so that you are fully informed of the arrangements that will be made available to you if you choose to participate in the Study Abroad programme.


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