Accessibility for outbound exchange students

The University of Stavanger would like all students to have the same opportunities to go on an exchange semester abroad.

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Do you have a physical disability, reading or writing difficulties or a persistent illness that require adaptations in a study situation? Don't let this stop you from going on a student exchange.

If you have particular needs, it is important to inform us about this at an early stage in the process so that we can try to facilitate your needs in the best possible way during your exchange. This is particularly important if you will be taking part in practical placement/ traineeship. You will also need to get documentation of your disability from your medical doctor early in the process. 

In addition, it is important that you check if you can bring prescribed medications or aids you require abroad if these are not available in the country to which you are travelling. 

Information about accessibility when going on an Erasmus+ exchange.

Please contact the International Office via the Exchange Guide in the Digital service desk if you are planning to go on an exchange. We are bound by confidentiality of obligations.