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Support requiring application

Once you have made your application in NAIS, you will receive an email from a disability coordinator asking you to schedule a time for a consultation. After your consultation, you will get a decision about the support available to you, such as, extended examination time.

Support that may be relevant after consultation between coordinator and student:

Note help

  • You ask a classmate if he / she wants to be a note-taking assistant. That person receives compensation for taking notes and then you get a free copy of the notes. Please note that you as a student must be present at lectures and lessons to receive note support.

Hearing loop - sign language interpreter

  • Your courses can be booked in halls with a hearing loop or you can get a sign language interpreter. Contact the coordinator well in advance of the start of the course.

Exam adaptations

  • Exam adaptations can be to use talking books during the exam, write the exam on a computer with speech reading, extended exam time, etc. and this applies to written, centrally administered exams. The extension is 50% of regular time, maximum 2 hours. You are responsible for applying for exam adjustments no later than the last application date (application is below).

Student mentor

  • The role of a student mentor is to act as a support, to encourage and help you structure and plan your studies. The student mentor supports - you do the work yourself! The student mentor receives compensation for work done.