Studying With a Disability
 
 
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Service Facilities Within Bielefeld University

University Library

An overview of special university library user services for students with a disability or chronic illness is available online (in German) here.

University Computing Centre (HRZ)

An overview of services provided by the University Computing Centre (HRZ) for students with a disability or chronic illness is available online (in German) here.

University Sports Service Bielefeld

The University Sports Service Bielefeld offers a varied, demand-oriented, and high-quality sports programme for all students and staff at Bielefeld University and the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences (FH) throughout the year. The service is pleased to welcome students with a disability or with chronic illness.

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Not all sports services are equally suitable for all, and some involve barriers due to the design of buildings. Students who are interested in a special course are welcome to get in touch with the management of the University Sports Service Bielefeld. Moreover, the University Sports Service also offers special sports services for students with a handicap. More information is available online here.

UniFit

The UniFit training workshop is specially equipped for the disabled. Since 1 October 2006, it offers a 30% price reduction for persons with at least a 50% disability.

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If you are interested, please make an appointment for an individual interview before reserving a place. This can be used to work out an individual training plan - if necessary, in consultation with your doctor or therapist. More information is available online at: www.unifit-bielefeld.de (in German).










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Useful Link

Finding and registering wheelchair-accessible locations:
-> wheelmap.org

More than 50,000 registered locations with hundreds more every day.

 

Handbook Studying for Disabled Persons

Information for students with a disability or chronic illness (in German)
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