Facilities for students whose ability to study is temporarily or structurally impaired
Sometimes studying can be an extra challenge for you. For example, due to a disability, (chronical) illness, role as carer or other reason. You can apply for various facilities that will make studying a little easier for you. These include facilities in the area of study planning, exams and finances. The university also does its best to keep the accessibility of its buildings optimal.
What facilities can you use?
Sometimes you cannot keep up with the pace of study, for example because of an illness, disability or because you are a caregiver or have children. Or you may need other adjustments in your studies as a result. Make an appointment with your dean of students and your education coordinator to limit the consequences of the study delay.More information
Special examination arrangements
What special examination facilities does the univeristy offer and what to do when applying for special examination arrangements?More information
Financial assistance: studying with a disability
There are various financial arrangements for students with a disability. Check the possibilities.More information
Other facilities when studying with a disability
An overview of the materials or facilities for students with a disability, such as a visual, psychical or hearing impairment.More information
Visitors with a disability
Everything you need to know about how to get to and move around the Tilburg University campus. Discover all the practical information you need to prepare your visit and check our special facilities.More information
Especially for students with a disorder in the autistic spectrum (ASD), Jados has a protected living facility to prepare students with autism for independent living.
Jados also supervises students with ASD who live in rooms elsewhere or at home.
If you want to prepare yourself for the job market, take a look at the overview of placement agencies for job seekers with a chronic illness or disability. The website is in Dutch.