Manchester Met's Disability Service

By AdamResLife 18 Sep 2016

University brings about a lot of change for all students, including those who may need additional support around campus.

At Manchester Met, if you have a...

  • long-term mental health condition;
  • sensory impairment;
  • condition on the Autistic Spectrum;
  • physical condition;
  • specific Learning Difficulty such as Dyslexia;
  • long-term health condition such as Epilepsy;

Then we advise you to contact the Disability Service for advice on support.

In Manchester, the service is based in the Employability Hub on the ground floor of the Business School. At Cheshire, queries can be directed to the Student Hub in the Laurence Building.

They offer a drop-in service Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm in Manchester offering telephone (0161 247 3491), email ( ) and face-to-face advice to students. You don’t need to book an appointment to speak to an adviser and they are open throughout the summer period with the exception of bank holidays.

For more information on the service, including advice on support available, disclosing a disability and Disabled Students Allowance, you can click here.


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