Students with specific learning disorders (SLD)
The acronym SLD refers to a group of learning difficulties concerning reading (Dyslexia), writing (Dysorthography e Dysgraphia) and calculation (Dyscalculia).
If you are a student with specific learning disorders, the University of Turin offers educational and/or technical aids, and specialized services in order to facilitate the creation of inclusive contexts and the full participation in the different aspects of the university life.
If you are attending the last year of high school, you can already contact us in order to get in contact with the university, to understand your needs and the available support services. You can also be supported during the entrance in your UniTo path. Send an email to [email protected].
We are waiting for you!
We can support you in different aspects, if you want to participate in the initiatives on international exchange organized by the University.
- Erasmus+: together with the competent offices, we can help you to present your needs to the receiving University and verify the possible services which you can benefit from. It is possible to request also an extra financing for special needs; you can find further information on the Erasmus+ for people with disability/special needs webpage (in Italian).
- UNITA Virtual Mobility: you can benefit from our services also when attending the courses of the foreign universities which are participating in the "UNITA Universitas Montium" project.When participating in the call, you can benefit from extra points in order to appear in the ranking
Below you will find detailed information on the opportunities and services offered by UniTo to students with specific learning disorders (SLD).