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Federal Law No. 29 of 2006 Concerning the Rights of People with Disabilities, as amended with federal law No. 14 of 2009 (the law) protects the rights of people of determination and guarantees them the right to live with dignity.
The law defines a person with special needs as someone suffering from a temporary or permanent, full or partial deficiency or infirmity in his physical, sensory, mental, communication, educational or psychological abilities to an extent that limits his possibility of performing the ordinary requirements as people without special needs.
The management of CUCA seeks to encourage the pursuit of education among Students of Determination by providing them services to ensure stability in their education.
CUCA accepts students with physical disabilities who are capable of communicating and functioning in a classroom setting.
The college provides a number of elevators and ramps at the college campus for ease of movement of students using wheelchairs.
The campus is designed in a way that facilitates movement for students using wheelchairs or crutches.
Special scholarships are available for students with disability and can be applied for through the Admissions Office.
Basic clinic services are provided by the College without a charge to all the students enrolled in CUCA. However, students are recommended to have their own medical insurance in case of medical emergencies. Hospital fees are the responsibility of the student.
The clinic is available during the review period, study times and the nurse can be reached on email through email@example.com
Free parking is available at the college entrance and basement for students with disabilities. Ramps and elevators are strategically located to enable easy mobility on campus.
More details on student life can be found in the Student Handbook on the CUCA website www.cuca.ae
People of determination can seek their higher education at CUCA as long as they are capable.
Students are required to mention their disability at the time of enrollment or to the Student Affairs Department afterwards. There are no screenings or tests required, only an official document describing the disability.
By disclosing your disability, the college is better prepared to assist and provide access to the services available for Students of Determination.
Dealing with People of Determination
Ways to Make Them Feel at Ease with You
If you would like discuss any support needs please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
All conversations with the college counsellor are confidential according to the terms of the Confidentiality form.
For inquiries please contact Student Affairs Department at email@example.com