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We welcome applications from disabled people and are committed to helping disabled students succeed.
The university's disability policy statement sets out our commitment to disabled students and provides information about access on the various campuses.
Disability & Dyslexia Centre
The university's Disability & Dyslexia Centre can provide assistance at any stage in your application process and at any point in your studies.
We provide information and support for disabled and dyslexic students at the university, and can advise on information technology for people with disabilities. Advice and guidance is based on your individual requirements, and includes support for students with mental health needs and long-term medical conditions.
Telephone the Disability and Dyslexia Centre for information on 020 8331 7875 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The *AccessAbility Project works with Aspire (Aimhigher SE London) to provide information and support for prospective students who also have a disability, impairment, specific learning difficulty and/or mental health difficulties.
The university gives priority to students with disabilities when allocating places in accommodation.
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