FAQs - General Information

What provisions exist for students with learning/other disabilities or illness?

Kaplan encourages all students to study with us, regardless of any disability or illness. Education is a right that everyone should be able to experience, and we will always do our best to accommodate a student’s needs.

Upon application, students must note any mental or physical illness or disability that could have an effect on their ability to successfully complete their program, or affect another student or member of staff during their stay. It is also important for us to know if there is any risk of needing emergency treatment or intervention, or any special accommodation requirements, so we are well equipped to deal with any potential problems.

In the unlikely event that a student becomes too much of a risk in terms of their own health and the health of other students and staff, or is unlikely to complete their program, their application or enrolment may be regretfully ended. Any refunds will be decided on a case by case basis.

In the USA, some schools located on university campuses require students to provide a Health Declaration and Immunization form.

Last updated: 
27 September 2017
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