Applying to Swansea University
If you have a disability, long term medical condition, Specific Learning Difficulty (SpLD), Autism Spectrum Condition (ASC) and/or mental health condition, there is no reason why your university experience should be any different from anyone else’s. We welcome your application to study at Swansea University.
Receiving an offer through clearing or adjustment
If you have disclosed a disability via UCAS and have received an offer to study at Swansea, you will be invited to complete a Student Support Form. If, however, you have not been sent the Student Support Form or you did not disclose via UCAS, here is the link to the Form for you to complete: https://myuni.swansea.ac.uk/student-support-services/student-support-form/
Once your Form has been reviewed, the Wellbeing and Disability Service will be in touch to advise you further about the next steps.
In a small number of cases, it may not be possible to make the necessary arrangements in time for the start of your course. If this would negatively impact your university experience or your safety, the Wellbeing and Disability Service can support you to consider alterative options
Please see our Guide to Extra Help and Support for more information about how we support students with disabilities and the process for telling us about your needs.
Get in touch with the Wellbeing and Disability Service if you require further information.