If you have a long-term disability that becomes an obstacle in your studies, you can receive support during your study time at the university. To receive targeted study support, you need a certificate issued by a licensed health care professional, speech therapist or equivalent. You apply for the support at the university's coordinator for students with disabilities.
What support can I get?
It depends on what obstacle your disability means for you in your studies. The support is planned and designed in consultation with you as a student.
Once you have received a certificate of targeted study support
If you have been granted targeted study support, a so-called Nais certificate, you should send it to email@example.com as soon as possible to ensure that you receive the support you need.
For example, you may need adjustments when writing the exam. E-mail your Nais certificate and contact firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 12 days before the exam, and we will book you in the university's examination room for students with special needs.
If you already have a decision on targeted study support, but need to renew your certificate, you can contact the coordinators at: email@example.com.