Disabled Student's Bursary Fund

Disabled Student's Bursary Fund

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The University's Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre provides bursaries to students requiring support and equipment who wish to study at Cambridge.

The Disabled Student's Bursary Fun provides money to help disabled students with additional academic-related support needs, such as providing equipment and services. The bursaries are awarded to students based on need and they can apply as soon as they arrive in Cambridge.

Visit the Disabled Student's Bursary Fund website

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The Accessibility & Disability Resource Centre provides a confidential, professional and accessible service for disabled students and those staff supporting them.

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