Education Academic Matters

Reasonable adjustments

Reasonable adjustments are the steps the University can take to ensure a student with a disability or additional need is not put at a disadvantage compared to other students on the same course without a disability.

Who decides what reasonable adjustments I need?
Firstly, you will meet with Joanna West or Marcela Zambrano to discuss your situation and the reasonable adjustments available to you. Your file and supporting documentation will be forwarded to the Reasonable Adjustment Committee for approval.

What are reasonable adjustments?

Reasonable adjustments are defined by the University Law 27 June 2018 Section IV:Art.38-Art.39.


To have a reasonable adjustment put in place, please contact the Reasonable Adjustment Committee.

The importance of reasonable adjustments

Advocating Student Rights
Prof. Luca Ratti – University of Luxembourg

Dive into an insightful conversation with Associate Professor Luca Ratti, an expert in European and Comparative labour law at the University of Luxembourg, as he discusses the importance of reasonable adjustments and student rights in higher education.

Understand the legal framework that protects and supports diverse learning needs.