Studying with a disability

 

Studying with a disability often costs extra time and energy. This website provides information on which facilities and modifications you are entitled to and how you can arrange to use them. Don't let these opportunities pass by and let us hear from you! Often it is possible to prevent extra delays in your academic progress. Sometimes it takes time to arrange certain measures, so the sooner you apply the better!

 

 

What do we mean by 'disability'?

This refers to conditions of a chronic or permanent nature, which consistently hinder you in participating in education and/or taking examinations. This includes all motor, sensory or physical disabilities, as well as conditions such as dyslexia, RSI, chronic fatigue, depression, chronic illnesses, etc.

TU Delft - Studying with a disability

TU Delft - Studying with Autism

 

 

Suppose you’re dyslectic. Or perhaps you have a hearing-, visual impairment or physical disability. What does this mean for studying in a degree programme at the TU Delft? These students show you how they study here with various forms of support and facilities.

      

Studying at a university like TU Delft with a disorder in the autistic spectrum? Niels shows how he works with Asperger at the TU Delft, from practicals to the lectures.

      

 

 

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