Dyslexia, dysgraphia, dysorthography, and dyscalculia are Specific Learning Disorders, or SLDs. They do not result in disability or invalidity, but rather are widespread difficulties affecting 4-5% of the student population. Those who present these disorders may require compensatory measures and personalized pathways. We wish to avoid the imposition of conditions, and we value the present moment. In fact, we are here for you. Come and speak with us, and we will tell you about what the new law provides, what we have already experimented with since 2002, what tools we can offer you, and what we can do for you. Our goal is to ensure that your study path can be smooth and without barriers.
Welcoming and Orientation
Before deciding on the Degree Course to enroll in, you can meet the Rector´s Delegate for initiatives concerning students with disabilities and vulnerable groups and possibly the Delegate for orientation to Degree Programs. Together, we can evaluate the most appropriate and convenient university pathway for you, while also taking future career prospects into account. We can provide information on subsidies and technical and didactic tools, suitable interventions for your needs, and the possibility of an individual study plan, to help you achieve your goals.
Admission and enrollment
In order to be admitted to a Degree Course, you must have a diploma from a secondary school of second degree (high school diploma), obtained after 5 years of study. Certificates or attendance certificates resulting from Individualized Educational Plans (IEPs) are not valid for enrollment at the university.
If you have decided to enroll in a free access Course, to enroll you need to fill out an A39-1 form: Declaration of Dyslexia and specific Learning Disorder.
Send the following items to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Identity document
- Filled in form
Proof of selection
A certified diagnosis, validated by the National Health Service is required.
The module is not just bureaucratic paperwork, but a system set up to help you. In fact, on the day of the selection, you can ask us for the compensatory tools indicated in your diagnosis.