Queen Mary’s College is committed to offering a quality learning experience to all students, regardless of learning difficulty and/or disability. The College Disability Statement and the Learning Support Service Policy Statement are available on request.
The Learning Hub is on hand to help you with any additional support you may need with your studies. We have a wealth of support available which depending on need, may include:
•General study support
•Specialist dyslexia and dyspraxia tuition
•Support for physical disability
•Support for sensory impairment, e.g. specialist tutor
•Support for English Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)
•Arrangements for access to examinations
Additional revision and study skills classes are arranged by departments. Laptops and additional assistive technology may be available to support your studies
How do students get support?
If you require additional support, when you complete your online College application you should indicate that you have additional support needs. These can then be discussed at your College Consultation. Students and/or parents can also discuss individual needs at our Open Evenings or at one of the individual consultations before starting College in September.
Once you have started College you can self refer or be referred for additional support at any time. The Learning Hub is located in the Spectrum Building and offers drop-in sessions, short term support and regular and timetabled slots.