City has published updated advice for its students and staff on the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

Latest information for students and staff

Last updated: 13 Aug 2020 5:45pm


You must be registered with Neurodiversity Support before you can access the specialist support sessions and/or receive “reasonable adjustments”, including exam arrangements. Please email your evidence (e.g. your diagnostic assessment report) to or visit us at the Learning Success reception desk where we will review it on a case-by-case basis and let you know whether it meets our criteria. If it does not, we will advise you on next steps.

In order to be able to review evidence that is not in English, you will need to provide both the original and a certified translation.

We cannot guarantee that we will recommend the same reasonable adjustments that you may have received at another institution, as we have to make sure that what we put in place is fair across the wider student population and in line with any applicable regulations of the University or validating bodies. Arrangements are reviewed and finalised at the registration appointment, but you can contact in advance of applying/enrolling if there are particular concerns that you would like to discuss.

Changing course?

You need to let us know if you change from one course to another (e.g. if you progress to a higher level of study), in order to request a re-registration appointment with Neurodiversity Support. This is so that similar arrangements can be put in place for you amongst the new teaching staff etc.

Please call us on 020 7040 0246 once you are fully enrolled to re-register for the next course.