Are universities going to become more inclusive?

 The quad at the Brunel University campusPretty soon, lots of teenagers will be receiving their A-level and BTEC results and find out if they will go to their preferred choice of university. I can remember how exciting and also nerve-wracking it felt to go to university for the first time. If you are deaf like me I think it can be even more so: will it be easy to follow the lectures? Will I make friends? Is communication going to be a problem?

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Dean Kamitsis: Deaf students should have the same access as other students at university | The Limping Chicken

Deaf student Dean Kamitsis writes about his experience studying a foundation university course:

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