Examination & Timetabling Arrangements
The university’s Disability Advisory Services assist student registered with the services to arrange alternate examination and timetabling with negotiable provisions to accommodate individual needs.
Alternate Examination arrangements for disabled students
Students with seen or unseen disability such as physical/ mobility disability, visual/ hearing impairment, mental health challenges or long term medical condition (12 months or more) can request for an alternate examination by making an appointments with the Disability Advisory Services before the published deadline.
Autumn semester examinationsStudents to have been assessed by 2 November 2017 Spring semester examinationsStudents to have been assessed by 1 March 2019 Resit examinationsStudents to have been assessed by 12 July 2019
All requests should be supported by latest medical evidence from a medical specialist, psychologist or psychiatrist and adjustments are based on the letter of recommendation by the medical experts.
All students requiring alternative arrangements should go through the Disability Advisory services especially for students with physical or mobility disability. This is to ensure all students receive an independant and accessible teaching and leaning experience. Staff member should inform the Disability Advisory services in advance if they know any student whom will need timetabling arrangement. The Disability Advisory services will contact the student to discuss and will pass the recommendations to the timetabling office.
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