For disabled or chronically ill students careful planning of your stay abroad is important. You should check for accessibility at the university of your choice. If you consider applying for a scholarship, two years of preparation might be necessary.
The counseling team will gladly support you in planning and organising your term abroad. In cooperation with the “Career Center” we can assist with financing you stay abroad or contact the university abroad regarding accessibility.
Further information and support on studying abroad, e.g. a list of partner universities, is provided by Viadrina’s international office.
The following websites may also be interesting to you:
The German National Association for Student Affairs (only partly in English)
Independent Living Institute – Study and Work Abroad
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – List of universities with special programmes for the disabled and chronically ill in Germany, Europe and worldwide