Everything you want to know about studying with impairments: How many students with impairments are there? Who belongs to them? What is important when choosing a course of study, when applying and before starting your studies? What financing options are there? What options do you have when taking exams if you have a temporary or long-term health impairment? What do you have to consider when you change your status? Who will advise and support you? You ask your questions - we answer them!
In this joint online video event on thursday, 09.12.21, 16:30-18 o'clock, employees of the University of Hamburg (Office for the Concerns of Disabled and Chronically Ill Students), the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (Counseling and Projects for the Concerns of Students with Health Impairments) and the Studierendenwerk Hamburg (Counselling Centre for Social & International Affairs – BeSI) answer your questions.
The offer is aimed at students with long-term health impairments or with disabilities, prospective students, parents, teachers at schools and universities, students.
Registration required: The link to the video conferencing tool will be sent after registration by e-mail with the keyword "Time for Inclusion" to email@example.com.
If you need interpreters (DGS, LBG, written language), please send us an email with your request and the keyword "Time for Inclusion" to: firstname.lastname@example.org by November 17.
See also the offer description in this flyer.