The University offers different types of support to you as a student. Some of the support services are available to all students and are not necessary to apply for. This is the case for example the Reading studio or Text-to-Speech software.
The University also offers free language consultations in both Swedish and English at The Language Workshop about written and oral presentations on an individual basis.
Students with long-term disabilities that affect your studies can receive support during their studies, such as mentors, note-taking support, adjusted examinations. This must be applied for.
- Apply for special pedagogical support - make sure you have a certificate issued by a licensed health care professional, speech therapist or equivalent.
- Contact the Course administration to inform of the support that you need and also send/email a copy of the approval letter with the recommendations for the support you need
If you need adjusted examination there is an option to sit your exam at Klostergatan 3 (an examination centre with smaller rooms, individual rooms, access to computers and is overall a calmer environment. You must register for the exam in the Student Portal, but also inform the Course administration prior to the registration deadline to ensure we book Klostergatan on time.