There are grants available at the moment such as Disabled Students Allowances, or Access To Work, but if you are not eligible to apply for these due to the level of study, or being located overseas, the ATscholarship could help.
Find out more information by visiting: ATscholarship
Student Finance England 2019/20 Application Forms
Alternatively, please use the link below to go to the Gov.uk website.
DSA – Expense forms
DSA – Disabilty Evidence Form
Where to send your form(s)
or send to:
Student Finance England
PO Box 210
We’ve included below some links to useful websites that may be able to offer additional help and support or advice to assist you during your studies.
National Union of Students (NUS)
Skill, the National Bureau for Students with Disabilities
Disability Rights UK
DnA – Diversity and Ability
The British Dyslexia Association (BDA)
Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB)
Action for Hearing Loss
We’ve put together some links to free online resources which could help with your studies.
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Diversity and Ability Resources
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