Applicants with disabilities 18-19
If you have a disability or specific learning difference such as dyslexia, it's useful for us to have some information about your diagnosis and any support needs you may have. If you could fill in the form below that would be great - any information you provide will be kept confidential and only viewed by Disability Services.

You will find information on the support available at Roehampton here:

If you would like to contact us to discuss this, please email or phone 0208 392 3636

Please note: If you have a disability you are encouraged to disclose this early so that support and/or access requirements can be considered in an effective and timely manner. Disclosing a disability will not impact on your admission to the course, as all admissions decisions are made on academic merit.

Name *
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Email address *
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What is your disability?
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Do you have medical evidence (for a disability) or a report written after your 16th birthday (for dyslexia) that confirms this diagnosis?
If yes, please send this to us as soon as possible
How do you think your disability will affect you at university?
Please give as much information as possible to ensure that we can provide the best support for you
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What support do you think you will need at university?
It's useful to let us know of any support that has been helpful in the past, and indicate any support that may be useful for you now
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Are you a home, EU or international student?
If you are a home student, have you applied for a Disabled Students Allowance (DSA)?
If you plan on applying for university accommodation, please outline any potential adjustments that you might need, or special requirements
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Do you have any mobility/building access issues that we need to be aware of?
If yes please provide some further details below
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Do you require personal care support?
(Please note that the university cannot provide personal care support, and you would need to liaise with Social Services to organise this support.)
If yes please provide further details of the support you currently receive
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Do you require a sign language interpreter for lectures?
If yes, please confirm that this would be a British Sign Language interpreter and give some information on sitations in which you would require this support
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Would you like to visit the university before starting your course?
We encourage students to discuss their support with us well before starting and we're happy to make an appointment to see you in person
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