We aim to provide an inclusive teaching and learning environment which caters for all students. This includes students who disclose:
Autistic Spectrum Disorder including Asperger Syndrome
Mobility difficulties, including difficulty writing
Ongoing mental health conditions
Specific learning difficulties – e.g., dyslexia or dyspraxia
This is not an exhaustive list. If you think you have a support need that may affect your study, and you would like to discuss it, please get in touch and book an appointment.
The type of support that might be available includes, but is not limited to:
Ensuring that your teaching areas are accessible to you
Providing learning materials in the appropriate format
Receiving extra time in exams and in-class assessments
Library support including longer loan periods for your library books.
See our Library support for disabled students page for full details
Being able to audio record your lectures
Undertake assessments for students applying for the Disabled Students' Allowance (DSA)
There are several different stages you can choose to disclose a disability at Middlesex University. You can disclose on your UCAS application or once you have enrolled at the University. In order to ensure you are supported appropriately it is best to disclose as early as you can.
For more information about disclosing a disability and what happens to the information you provide, please see the attached document.