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Inclusion: a university for all

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TU Dortmund University plays a pioneering role in Germany in the field of inclusion. It offers advisory services for students with disabilities and is reducing structural barriers, thus creating a university for all. People with disabilities and chronic illnesses are faced with a number of issues if they want to begin studying. At TU Dortmund University, these issues are addressed and students are given the opportunity to study with as few barriers as possible. In the interview, Andrea Hellbusch talks about the effectiveness of advisory services and about solutions to structural problems.

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Academic studies, Handicap, Handicapped, Inclusion,

Language German; English
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Last modified 04.08.2016
See also: Special Needs and Inclusive Education in Germany

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