Making the next leap into Further and Higher Education can be daunting. There are probably a range of questions you have – including ‘Where do I study?’ ‘Where do I live?’ ‘How do I make friends?’ We have produced a range of information and guidance to start to answer some of your questions.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? We’d love to hear from you if there are any questions we can answer, or any resources we can produce to help you and other students. You can contact us at [email protected], or call us on 0203 757 8040.
You can also join our Student Support Facebook group.
Find out about accessible reading materials for students from the RNIB Bookshare.
This section covers all you need to know about student housing, social life, health and well-being along with negotiating support in Higher Education and advice in regards to best studying practice.
Disabled Students’ Allowance (DSAs) is a grant for young people with vision impairment to help cover the additional costs in Higher Education. The sections below outlines who is eligible, how and when to apply, along with all the details you need regarding your assessment.
This section provides a helpful breakdown and advice on the process of results day and your available options through clearing and what support may be available.
Thinking of attending Higher Education? Check out these six steps which can help you along the way.
Videos resources for students with vision impairment about how to overcome day to day challenges they may face when entering Further or Higher Education.