As a student you should be able to study on equal terms in a good study environment even if you have a disability. If you have a condition such as dyslexia, ADHD or impaired vision, you can apply for support based on your individual needs.
Examples of support that you can apply for include notetaking support, time extension and access to a computer during examinations. To have your needs examined, you must submit an application and be issued a decision. This support does not apply if your injury or illness is only temporary.
Apply for support
When you have been admitted to a course or programme, you are able to apply by logging in to Nais database using your computer identity (see instructions below). Describe your disability and how it affects your studies. At the first application you must also include a certificate verifying your disability.
Request computer identity
What happens next?
After your application has been processed, you will be contacted by a member of staff who works with educational support.
After discussing with a special needs expert, you will receive a decision outlining your support, which you then present to the teacher concerned. In some cases you can also download the decision when you apply to take an examination.
Do you have any questions?
Please feel free to contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org