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Studying with disabilities, chronic illness and in high-stress situations

According to the 20th Social Survey of the German Student Union, around 7% of students at German universities have a disability or chronic illness, which makes studying difficult. In addition to mobility or sensory impairment, many of the limitations mentioned by students are not immediately recognizable to fellow students or teachers (e.g. chronic somatic illness, mental health issues or partial performance disorders).

Before and during your studies, many questions and challenges can arise, but you may also encounter problems due to environmental barriers. The "FAQs for students with disabilities or chronic illness at the University of Applied Sciences provide answers to these questions.

The brochure "Psychotherapy options, assistance and reasonable adjustments for students" provides an overview of treatment options and support offered by the university for students with mental health problems.It also offers advice on how to deal with mental health issues.

Below you will find information on accessibility and studying with disabilities and chronic illness at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt:

Accessibility of buildings

Application and admission to university

Studying and exams

Information and advice

Funding

Information for teaching staff

Shift in awareness and social participation

 

Action Plan "FH Erfurt - an inclusive university"

Entrance to the University of Applied Sciences Altonaer Str.
Entrance to the University of Applied Sciences Altonaer Str.

The University of Applied Sciences Erfurt has set itself the goal of giving all students equal opportunities in their studies and removing all barriers to admission and academic progression. As part of the project Action Plan "FH Erfurt - an inclusive university the conditions for inclusion and infrastructural accessibility at the University of Applied Sciences Erfurt were comprehensively analyzed. This resulted in an action plan, which we will be implemented in the next few years.This was the first step towards creating inclusive learning and working conditions and barrier-free access.

Coordinator for students with disabilities and chronic illness

Prof. Dr. Karl-Heinz Stange

Telephone: 0361 6700-536
Fax: 0361 6700-533

Email: karl.heinz.stange@no - spam.fh-erfurt.de

Altonaer Straße 25
Building 3, room: 3.2.02

Consultation by arrangement


Further advisory services

University of Applied Sciences Erfurt

Student Advisory Service

Alumni Coordination

Student Council - International and Social Affairs

Thuringian Student Services

General Social Counselling

Psycho-Social Counselling

Legal Advice

 

Information for students

Brochure "Psychological impairment and your studies".

FAQs for students

Handbook "Studying and Disability" of the German Student Uniond

 

Applications / Forms

The forms required in connection with a chronic illness or disability (e.g. application for leave of absence, part-time studies, withdrawal from examinations) can be found here.


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