Advice for students with a disability studying abroad
Studying abroad is a great opportunity and if you are thinking about going abroad as part of your degree, we strongly advise you to plan in advance. It is important to be aware that not all countries have the same type or level of support available, therefore it is important to plan ahead and make the appropriate preparations so that your disability-related support needs can be met whilst you are abroad. Your main point of contact for study abroad related matters will be the Global Experiences team firstname.lastname@example.org however for specific disability related advice and guidance you can contact the Disability Service email@example.com.
Considerations for studying abroad
It is helpful to spend some time thinking about the different ways in which your disability or long-term condition may impact your day to day life as well as the support and strategies you use to help you. Please give particular regard to the following: