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Disability Services

Supporting you throughout your student journey

Welcome to the student information section of our website. Queen’s University Belfast welcomes and encourages applications from students of all backgrounds.

We are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all.

We want to ensure that students with a disability or long-term condition have equitable access as far as reasonably possible to all aspects of University life. We are committed to creating an environment where students feel comfortable in disclosing their disability or long-term condition.

In outlining this commitment, the University will take all reasonable steps to ensure that all students can benefit from the full range of academic, cultural and social activities that the University offers. 

Please read our Student Support Agreement, as this explains how we will treat the information you share with us while receiving support.

Find out more below

Registration Made Easy

 Registration with Disability Services is simple, straightforward, and we will support you every step of the way.

Check out our handy roadmap below to ensure you’re on track.

Flow chart outlining the steps required to register with Disability Services at Queen's

Pre-Registration Questionnaire

Even if you have told us you have a disability or long-term condition, you’ll need to complete our short questionnaire

Please note: Students who are returning to study a postgraduate course and who were previously registered with Queen’s University Disability Services need to re-register as support does not automatically roll over to a new course. 

Please contact us at prior to completing a new questionnaire to begin the registration process.

You will be asked some short questions about your condition(s), so that we can start preparing the most appropriate support for you.

Medical Evidence Guidance

When you’re completing your Pre-Registration Questionnaire, you will be asked to upload evidence.

To register with Disability Services you must complete an online Disability pre-registration questionnaire and provide us with sufficient evidence of your disability, medical condition, mental health difficulty or Specific Learning Difficulty. You will then be offered an appointment with a member of the team.

If you have already completed the pre-registration questionnaire, but have additional medical evidence, please upload it via the Additional medical evidence link.

You will be asked some short questions about your condition(s), so that we can start preparing the most appropriate support for you.


Stay on Track

 Follow the steps outlined in our handy checklist below to monitor your progress.

If you have any queries, please get in touch!

Checklist for students registering with Disability Services

Prospective Students Information


Deciding to disclose a disability or long-term condition is a personal decision and we strongly recommend that students inform us at application stage.  Disclosure will not have any bearing on whether a student is offered a place at the University and all information regarding your condition will be treated in strict confidence.

Details of the application procedures are given on the Admissions and Access Service webpage and we would also advise you to consult the University's Undergraduate or Postgraduate prospectus for specific information.

If you are applying for an undergraduate degree, the easiest way to disclose is to tick the disability box when completing your UCAS form.

Postgraduate students can disclose their disability on their University application.

If you’d rather not do this, you can contact us directly.

If you would like to find out more about what life is really like as a student at Queen’s, then please visit the Student life pages to get a feel for what Queen’s has to offer.

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Disability & Wellbeing Webinar: For All The Information You Need

Check out the Disability and Wellbeing recorded Webinar for prospective students which provides you with lots of information about what supports are on offer from our team.

Listen to our Disability Officer, Karen, and our Wellbeing Adviser, Will, outline available supports. You can also listen to one of our students, Alannah, who received support for dyslexia.

Watch the webinar here