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Studying Abroad With Disabilities

Deciding to study abroad is an exciting challenge for anyone. For students with disabilities, there can be a number of added challenges associated with moving and studying abroad. This guide aims to help provide useful information for students with disabilities who are planning to study abroad, offering tips and advice for all steps of the experience, from planning and preparation to living abroad and returning home at the end.

  1. Preparations At Home
  2. Finding a Course
  3. Funding
  4. Assistance & Accommodation
  5. Travel Checklist
  6. Living Abroad
  7. Returning Home

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This guide was developed in association with Mobility International USA.

Last update: 15 Mar 2017

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