Disability Learning Support

What we do

Our Disability Learning Support (DLS) Team offer help and support to students with disabilities. Please watch our short video to see what we mean by disability and how we can support you. 

Quick queries

If you are a current student and have a quick query, book 10 minutes with an adviser. 


Current students and applicants with offers

Register online with our team to receive support. On the e-Vision log-in page, you will need to:

  • Enter your University username and password
  • Click on the 'Disability Support Tab' at the top right of the page
  • Follow the instructions published on the page.

If you would prefer to meet with an advisor to register, please: 

Applicants without offers

Contact us to arrange an appointment with an adviser. You can call us on 020 3506 8800 (from 9.30am–4.30pm) or email us at [email protected] with your availability.

Screening for dyslexia and dyspraxia 

If you are a current student and think you may have dyslexia but have never had any tests done, you can do your screening online: 

Specialist one-to-one tuition

If you are a current student, you can book specialist one-to-one tuition if agreed by Disabled Student's Allowance (DSA) or arranged by our team. 

DSA Needs Assessment

If you have applied for DSA and need to book your Needs Assessment, please go to the DSA assessment page


We appreciate the information you may share with us is personal and we respect your right to privacy. You don’t need to share what your disability is outside of our team in order to receive support (unless there is a health and safety requirement e.g. if you have epileptic seizures).

Please note: the information you give us will never be shared with other students. It will also not be on your university transcript or academic references. 

For more details, please read our Disability Learning Support Consent and Disclosure statement (PDF).

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The one-to-one support is an opportunity to speak to a trained member of staff.

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Contact us

Speak to one of our Disability Learning Support Administrators.