University of the Arts, London

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Updated February 20th 2016

Disability Team
University of the Arts London
Student Services
272 High Holborn

Tel:- 0207 514 6156



University of the Arts London welcomes and accommodates disabled and dyslexic students, who make up 17% of the whole student population.

The University is committed to inclusion and equality. Our main aim is to remove disabling barriers that students face and support students to work as independently as possible. We make adjustments and provide support, so that disabled and dyslexic students can succeed on their courses.

The Disability Service works with a range of students, including students who have:

  • Specific learning difficulties e.g. dyslexia (or think they might be dyslexic)
  • Sensory impairments
  • Physical impairments
  • Long-term health- or mental health conditions
  • Autism spectrum disorders e.g. asperger’s syndrome

The Disability Service team works across the College sites. The team is made up of:

  • Head of University Disability Service
  • Operations Manager
  • 2 Dyslexia Co-ordinators
  • 7.5 Disability Advisers
  • 3 Disability Administrators
  • Dyslexia Support Tutors

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Support Worker Charge Rates and Funding Body Info