Students with special needs
TUKE provides applicants and students with specific needs with counselling and effective support in securing access within the admissions process and throughout their studies through a wide range of support services and measures.
A student with specific needs is considered a student:
- with sensory, physical and multiple disabilities - e.g. a student who is blind, deaf, visually impaired, hard of hearing, with disabilities of the upper/lower limbs, etc.,
- with a chronic disease - e.g. diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, etc.,
- with health impairment - e.g. scoliosis, allergy, condition after surgery,
- with a mental disorder – e.g. anxiety disorders (obsessive-compulsive disorder,...), affective disorders (depression, bipolar disorder,...), etc.,
- with autism or other pervasive developmental disorders – e.g. Asperger's syndrome, etc.
- with learning disabilities – e.g. dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, dyspraxia.
It is necessary to apply for the status of a student with specific needs at the TUKE Access Centre, where the student:
- provides informed consent, which is part of the entrance questionnaire,
- delivers a confirmation of the disability that is
- a medical certificate not older than three months, which is mainly a medical report, a report on the course and development of the disease and disability or an extract from the medical documentation, or
- the statement of a psychologist, speech therapist, school psychologist, school speech therapist or special pedagogue.
Based on the evaluation of specific needs, a Recommendation for making studies accessible and granting the status of a student with specific needs is prepared, which is approved by the vice dean for education and is available to the student and the faculty coordinator for students with specific needs.
Telephone: +421 55 602 2377
Faculty coordinator for students with specific needs
PhDr. Radka Čopková, PhD.
Telephone: +421 55 602 2286