Bath Spa University Disability

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Bath Spa University Disability

We aim to remove barriers and create an inclusive environment. We provide confidential information, guidance and practical support to students who have a disability or specific learning difficulty.

We believe that every student should have an equal opportunity to learn and to enjoy their student experience.

Please tell Student Support about any disability including; dyslexia, dyspraxia, Asperger Syndrome, mental health illness or a medical condition, sensory or mobility impairment, even if you do not think it will affect you while you are at university.

The information you provide is treated as personal and sensitive data in accordance with the Data Protection Act and is made available on a ‘need to know’ basis only to university staff involved with your application and the organisation of support arrangements.

Accessibility: Access Guides for Bath Spa University campuses/buildings are available from Disabled Go.


Academic Access Plan (AAP) questionnaire

All applicants to the University who disclose that they have a disability, specific learning difficulty such as dyslexia, a mental health or medical condition or Asperger Syndrome will receive an email asking them to complete a questionnaire that details any access requirements. This information will be used as part of your Academic Access Plan (AAP).

You can download a copy of the appropriate questionnaire below.

Students with Dyslexia or other Specific Learning Difficulty

  • UK resident: AAPQ-UK-resident-SpLD-17-18
  • International: AAPQ-International-SpLD-17-18

All other disabled students

(Including mobility or sensory disability, autism spectrum disorder/Asperger syndrome, mental health or medical condition)

  • UK resident: AAPQ-UK-resident-not-SpLD-17-18
  • International: AAPQ-International-not SpLD-17-18

What is in the AAP?

Your AAP will include a description of your disability/specific learning difficulty or Mental Health condition and recommendations for study in class, for timed examinations (including in-class tests), tutorials, other assessments, placements and field trips.

If you’re reading this page and have access requirements but have not heard from Student Support, please contact us: