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Here are a few things to check with the disability coordinators and advisers at any course providers you're interested in applying to.
You can get contact details on course provider websites or prospectuses, or on the DSA-QAG website.
The Disability Right's factsheet Funding higher education for disabled students 2015/16 has lots of handy details about, support and finance.
Changes to Disabled Students' Allowances have been announced for new 2015 entry students – read the written ministerial statement.
It is a huge change and takes a lot of getting used to, but I now love living away from home and my new-found independence."
Catherine Alexander; studying BA (Hons) English at Lancaster University
I think if you are deaf, you are much more in charge of yourself. You have to take the first steps and that can be pretty challenging because deafness no doubt causes a lack of confidence. But if you build the larger part of the bridge towards other students, work closely together with the people who want to help you, then it is worth it and I can absolutely recommend having the courage and taking the step towards university."
Fred Suter; studying BA (Hons) Modern Languages at University of Southampton
See what you have to do if you need to arrange communication support.