Thursday, 18th September 2014
Are you looking for an experience you'll never forget? Then perhaps studying abroad is for you. We've created a comprehensive guide to all the different things you'll need to consider as a student with a disability heading off to experience a different part of the world.
The most common form of study abroad is by far an Erasmus exchange which usually involves studying part (from 3-12 months) of an Irish based college course in a European college. As such this section is geared towards that form of study abroad but most of the information is relevant to all forms of study abroad.
Choosing Where & What
The world is your oyster! Some pointers to help you choose where to go and what to study.
Funding and Supports
Find out about what funding and supports are available to help you make the most of you Erasmus Placement.
Getting Disability Supports
Chances are if you receive disability type supports studying at home you'll need them while abroad. Here we outline some of the things you might need to consider.
Living Abroad: Preparation
Preparation is the key to any successful trip or venture. Discover some useful insights into the process.
Preparing for Travel
Some useful information to ensure a smooth journey to your new host city.
Past Student Experience
Read about the experiences of disabled students who have been there and done it!