Applications from disabled students are welcomed and your application will be considered solely on the basis of academic merit.Ten percent of current Cambridge students are disabled.
The University building access guide provides maps, accessibility information and details of who to contact for the various buildings and sites across the estate.
The DRC gives disabled students every assistance to obtain funding for their support needs.
Find out about our training for staff. It can all be booked through PPD and the DRC can also provide bespoke training for your college or department.
Staff who teach disabled students can find supporting material in our section on teaching.
This guide gives tips on meeting and working with disabled people, and the questions to ask to ensure that disabled students, staff and visitors can participate freely at events.
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