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Neurodiverse Students

These are services and resources currently offered to autistic and neurodiverse students through the students' union and the university.

What support is available?

We have been working collaboratively on a new initiative; The Autism Friendly University Project, with the university's widening access department.

As part of the project we worked in partnership with the university to hold a series of events exploring and widening understanding of autism in 2022. The project hosts events throughout the year which can be found on the Equality and Diversity events page.

Find out more

We are currently awating the results of our autism friendly student survey. However, we are always keen to hear from current students on ideas or projects they'd like to see at the union. If you are interested in contributing an idea, running an event or even setting up a society for students with autism, please get in touch.

Neurodiverse Students Association

This society is a community group for neurodiverse students at Strathclyde to meet other students who might be facing similar experiences at University, have a chat, support each other with our studies, and advocate for our needs across University.

They welcome to everyone to get involved with the society whether you have or suspect you might have Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia and other neurological differences. Or if you just want to learn more about what neurodiversity is!

Join the society

Employability Course

This online course is ideal for you if are an autistic university student or graduate interested in developing your employability skills. However, it may also be useful for any autistic person looking to develop these capacities. It is not specific to any particular academic discipline or university course but, rather, offers a broad introduction to a range of important considerations as you begin to look for employment. The course is estimated to take between 2-4 hours in total but you can take as long as you need to complete it.

Take the course

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