Helping students reach their academic potential

 Announcement After a policy change we are now able to re-check documents that we have previously received as part of a request for an Inclusive Support Plan. Where we are able to allocate exam arrangements and coursework extensions we will do so. We will contact you to let you know that these are in place if you are eligible. Please contact us for more details or if you have any questions about this process.

The Inclusive Support Service provides advice and support for disabled students. This includes specific learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia/DCD, attention deficit disorder and dyscalculia, autistic spectrum conditions and  long-term physical and mental health conditions.

We are committed to developing an inclusive environment at Oxford Brookes University, providing equal access to education and empowering disabled students to fulfil their potential as independent learners. Our aim is to support you to achieve your goals and to get the best out of university life.

We look forward to welcoming you to Oxford Brookes University.

Access the support you need

To access support from the Inclusive Support Service, please complete our online self-referral form. If you have any trouble accessing the form, please email us at

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How we can help you

We have a team of specialist advisers who can provide individualised information and advice on disability issues. 

We will work with you to determine what support might be appropriate for you at Oxford Brookes University and ensure that reasonable adjustments are in place to facilitate access to study for all students.

Reasonable adjustments are made in accordance with our Reasonable Adjustments Framework

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