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The University welcomes applications from students with disabilities; we are committed to providing the upmost support. Intending students should apply through the CAO and tick the "Do you have a Disability/Specific Learning Difficulty?" box of the CAO form. Further information is supplied in the student handbook.

 When applying through the CAO you must disclose your disability and/or specific learning difficulty in your CAO application and fully and correctly complete Section A of the Supplementary Information Form (the SIF is a part of your CAO application).

TU Dublin Tallaght is a member of the Disability Access Route to Education (DARE) Scheme. 5% of places on all full-time undergraduate programmes are reserved to offer, on a reduced-points basis, to DARE-eligible students. However, to be considered for entry to a course, applicants must satisfy matriculation/minimum entry and subject requirements.

If you enter the University either through the DARE scheme or have a diagnosed disability or learning difficulty that may impact your studies, you should register with the Disability Service and relevant supports will be put in place.

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