Chalmers aims to be an accessible university, open for everyone. For this reason, we offer various support initiatives that can help you with your studies, regardless of functional variation or disability.
The kind of support that we offer:
- Note taking-support
- Mentor support
- Audio recording
- Adapted written exam
- Access to the library’s reading studio
- Help with the writing process at Chalmers Writing Centre
- Physical adaptations and assistive devices
- Math support
- Audiobooks and other reading aids
- Help with allergies
- Personal support from a librarian to search for information
Here's how to apply for study support
Some of the support efforts that are listed above are only offered to you with a documented and permanent disability. If you have a disability, you can apply for study support via the Nais system. Attached to the application is a medical certificate or other examination confirming your permanent disability.
Any other questions?
If you have any other questions about study support or how to study with functional variation/disability before you start at Chalmers, you can contact the coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
More detailed information for current students