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Guide personal circumstances & studies

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Studying with a support request due to personal circumstances

Studying with a support request due to personal circumstances can be challenging. Illness, disability, or health conditions, including mental health issues, are personal circumstances that we take into account. Additionally, personal situations such as pregnancy/young parenthood, balancing top-level sports with study, gender transition, or special family circumstances can also demand a lot of your attention. Sometimes, extra support is needed in order to continue with your education or continue studying.

This guide provides an overview of both internal (UT) and external guidance and support options. We offer tips to reduce limiting factors, offer appropriate aids, collaborate with you to find solutions, and offer perspectives on studying with your personal circumstances. Always discuss your support needs with the study adviser of your programme to ensure successful studies at UT.

Use the guide as a starting point in mapping out your needs.

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