College to University

University is scary enough without added challenges but for many of us, there will be obstacles we have to face because of our disabilities. This can be daunting and stressful, especially if this is the first time you have had to make a big, life-changing decision.

So here’s what I suggest. If you are still in your first year at College or Sixth Form, start looking at universities now. Log onto the UCAS website (or your country equivalent), browse the universities that do your course and narrow it down to around 5-7 choices. By choices, I mean different universities, not the courses.

University Posts:


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Choosing a University Are you in sixth form, college or looking to start university but don’t know how to choose the right one for you?
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 DSA Assesment – my second journey
Applying for DSA, my experience the second time around. Good service from Abilitynet.
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Disability at University
This post talks about disability at university and the importance of making sure the university meets your needs.
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ASK JULES
Written by my good friend, Sophie. She often blogs about the struggles of disability and student life.
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Creative Writing
My experience on my university course, Creative Writing.
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Get Ahead
Event run for disabled students at the University of Derby
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Manchester
I’m in my final year at University and have been looking at MA’s in Screenwriting.
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Time-Travelling Sleep
Transported to World War II? No, it’s the fire alarm.
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Freshers
My experience on freshers fortnight
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Applying to University by Sophie
Sophie’s experience applying to university.