Welsh School of Architecture

Applicants with Disabilities/Specific Needs

All offers to study at Cardiff University are made solely on the basis of academic merit. The study of Architecture at Cardiff involves visits to buildings and other sites, and extensive use of wide range of visual materials, from projected images to drawings and computer aided design work. Where applicants have specific requirements that relate to a disability or medical condition, they are encouraged to discuss these with relevant staff in order that appropriate arrangements can be made to ensure the University provides an accessible environment. Specifically, applicants are invited to contact the Disability Adviser who can provide information about the applications procedure, course delivery and access to the physical environment. Where appropriate, informal visits can be arranged in which applicants can view accommodation and meet academic staff.

The Disability Adviser can be contacted at the Dean of Students' Office, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT.

Telephone: (029) 2087 4844

E-mail: disability@cardiff.ac.uk and dyslexia@cardiff.ac.uk