DSA Assessment Centres

DSA Assessment Centres

We have DSA Assessment Centres offering full coverage across Wales and the South West of England with some DSA Assessment Centres dotted around the South East of England.

All of our DSA Assessment Centres are open Monday to Friday between 9am – 5pm but we do offer DSA Assessments outside of these hours.

As well as face to face assessments, we can offer remote assessments via video call across the UK.

Telephone: 01633 660 632
Email: admin@accessforstudents.co.uk

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    Frequently asked questions

    Our resources and services are intended for students enquiring for Disabled Students’ Allowance. If you are searching for the Driving Standards Agency, please visit this site. Unsure if you qualify for Disabled Student’s Allowance? Take a look at our handy blog about everything you need to know about DSA student finance.

    • If you are 17 or older and are in or about to begin full or part-time higher education, including a bachelor’s or foundation degree, you may be eligible for DSA. Find out more about who qualifies for DSA.

    • You can receive DSA whether you are in full or part-time higher education at a university institution.

    • You do not need to apply for a student loan in order to qualify for DSA. If you choose not to apply for a student loan through Student Finance, you can still apply for DSA by filling out a DSA1 Form.

    • To qualify for DSA, you must be 17-or-over, are in or about to being full or part-time further education, including a bachelor’s or foundation degree, and live with a disability which affects your ability to study such as a:

      • Specific learning difficulty (i.e. dyslexia or ADHD)
      • Mental health condition (i.e. anxiety or depression)
      • Physical disability (i.e. using crutches or a wheelchair in your day-to-day life)
        Sensory disability (i.e. a visual or hearing impairment, including blindness and deafness)
      • Long-term health condition (i.e. cancer, chronic heart disease or HIV)

      Find out more by reading our handy blog on everything you need to know about DSA student finance.