Being active in your studies and career with a health impairment harbours many challenges for everyone involved. Goethe University has firmly anchored the key objective of inclusion in action plans and strategies and supports you in many areas. Numerous stakeholders are working towards its realisation.
Goethe University is committed to the equal participation of people with and without health impairments (physical or mental illness, disability) and has set out to become an inclusive university. Here you can find out what support options are available if an impairment affects your work situation and receive information on implementing accessibility and inclusion - also in view of the university's current regulations and goals.
Which aspects of my situation should influence my choice of studies? What should candidates with health issues consider in their application for a study programme?
What general conditions and support strategies may I expect during my studies? Which rules and regulations apply? Can I get personal assistance – and how?
impairments affect the way we work at and for our university? What kind of
support is offered to staff and faculty members with health issues? How can I implement the principles of
accessible teaching? Initial advice here.
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