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    Hi everyone,

    I am interested in applying for Chester University. I went to the open day today but I didn't get round to asking about support for students with disabilities/health conditions.

    I have a congenital heart defect, dyspraxia and chronic fatigue syndrome. I am going to apply to study at Chester part-time.

    I wondered if anyone knew of what support the University would offer? I know there is another open day in two weeks time and have thought about attending then to ask. Would it be better to ask at an Applicant Day if I get an offer? Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thank you.

    The University has a great support and guidance team who are very accommodating and ensure all students can fully benefit from the Uni experience
    I assume someone would be available to talk this through with at an open day or an applicant day which are equally insightful and useful.
    I am sure the welfare team would be able to answer any questions via email though [email protected] and the disability support team [email protected]
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    Just like 3498kinvara said. We would recommend contacting our Disability Support team ([email protected]), who will be able to let you know what support we offer all students.

    Otherwise, you are more than welcome to come along to our Open Day on 28th October or to one of our Applicant Days to find out more.

University open days

  1. University of Chester
    Chester campuses Undergraduate
    Sat, 13 Oct '18
  2. University of Chester
    Warrington Campus and University Centre Shrewsbury Undergraduate
    Sat, 20 Oct '18
  3. University of Chester
    Chester campuses Undergraduate
    Sat, 27 Oct '18
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