For programmes with the University of Exeter, 2J9V & AK76
Exeter provides comprehensive student services that include AccessAbility and Wellbeing teams, Study Zone, Students’ Guild Advice, Student Health Centre (GP services), and the Multifaith Chaplaincy team. For further details on the wealth of support available to you please go to Student Support Services
Alongside the support described above, every PGCE trainee is assessed by an Occupational Health provider as part of the admissions process to ensure they are fit to teach in a school setting. The Occupational Health provider can recommend ‘Reasonable Adjustments’, which will be put into place by the provider, providing they are logistically possible and reasonable.
For programmes with the University of St Mark & St John
The University provides a confidential service of information, guidance and support to prospective students, relating to all forms of disability and medical conditions and specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia. They are able to advise you prior to applying and through the application process. Prospective students are encouraged to make early contact with the Disability Team and also to disclose their disability at the application stage.
All Marjon students who are eligible can apply for appropriate support from DIAS
Pre-entry information, advice and guidance For eligible students, guidance in applying for DSA’s (Disabled Students Allowances)
Appointments to meet individual support needs Arrangement of one to one support where funding permits specialist study tuition (for students with SpLDs and/or other communication disorders), non-medical assistance and specialist mentoring.