Inclusive Learning services

We support neurodiverse students' academic success and help staff create a safe and inclusive University.

Support for students

  • We recommend study and learning strategies and resources to support your academic development.
  • We determine appropriate special assessment conditions for specific learning disabilities (i.e., dyslexia, dyspraxia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia), attention deficit disorders and autism spectrum.
  • We help you seek assistance from academic staff. For example, we can provide a learning needs memo to share with your lecturers and/or tutors.
  • We advise on an appropriate study workload, such as limited full-time study. See Studylink’s limited full-time application.

Read more about support in tests and exams.

Support for staff

  • We provide neurodiversity awareness training.
  • We advise on inclusive design for accessibility. 
  • We contribute to wider Inclusive Learning and Teaching initiatives. 

Read more about teaching support.