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Studying with disabilities and chronic diseases

Students with disabilities and chronic illnesses may apply for disadvantage compensation

Disadvantage Compensation

The aim of disadvantage compensation is to eliminate or reduce the disadvantages resulting from disabilities and chronic illnesses during studies with appropriate measures. The term describes the adaptation of the conditions under which learning and/or examinations take place, but not a modification of the learning objectives or a subject dispensation. Compensation for disadvantages can be applied both in the admission procedure and in studies.

Factsheet Disadvantage Compensation (PDF)

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