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Students with special needs

People with special needs are people whose physical or mental abilities limit their functioning in a normal environment and normal situations.

A student with special needs is considered to be a student:

  1. with sensory, physical and multiple disabilities,
  2. with chronic disease,
  3. with impaired health,
  4. with mental illness,
  5. with autism or other pervasive developmental disorders,
  6. with learning disabilities.

The coordinator for applicants and students with special needs at the Faculty of Economics of Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica is 

doc. Ing. Radoslav Kožiak, PhD.

doc. Ing. Radoslav Kožiak, PhD.

University teacher

Position:
Scholarly assistant
Office:
211

 

You can find important information for students with special needs who are applying to study at Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica by clicking on this link on the university´s website