What support is provided for students with disabilities, specific learning difficulties or health conditions?

What support is provided for students with disabilities, specific learning difficulties or health conditions?

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s students

We aim to provide positive support for any student applying to the University with a disability, specific learning difficulty, or health condition.

Admissions decisions are based on your suitability for the course and relevant qualifications, skills, aptitudes or experience; decisions are not related to your disability or difficulties.

For further information about the support we provide, please refer to Disability & Inclusion information on myNapier.

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