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Disabled applicants

We welcome applications from disabled people and offer support from application to graduation.
Many disabled students have studied successfully at Bucks and the key to success has been forward planning and collaboration between admissions, faculties and our disability service.
We are keen to start discussions with applicants, particularly those with complex disabilities, at least a year ahead.
In order to help us with your application, please inform us of any specific reasonable adjustments when applying for a course. The disability service may review this information, particularly for a complex disability and discuss your reasonable adjustments before an offer on a course is made.

If you apply through clearing with UCAS the clearing team will pass your application to the disability service which will ring you as soon as possible about your reasonable adjustments. This is because we need to be sure reasonable adjustments can be organised carefully and in time for the start of term.
If you have any further questions, please contact us and also see our disability service pages.