Chalmers aims to be an accessible university, open for everyone. When you get admitted to Chalmers 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
- 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