If you’re thinking of applying to Medical School with a disability, or you are applying on behalf of a disabled student, there is a range of practical and financial support available.

Can I Apply To Study Medicine If I Am Disabled?

Most Medical Schools require that students have the capability to be fit to practice Medicine at the end of the course.

If you are unsure how this rule might affect you, it’s a good idea to contact your chosen Medical Schools well in advance of the UCAS deadline, so that your individual circumstances can be considered.


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What Funding Is Available For Disabled Students Studying Medicine?

If you’re studying Medicine with a disability, the Disabled Student’s Allowance (DSA) is the main source of financial help. It can provide funding for equipment, books and any other support you may need.


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