Accessibility Abroad

Students with accessibility needs may find that the country in which they study abroad does not have the same infrastructure support and resources that are made available at Brown.  Students requiring special accommodations should disclose them early in the process and meet with their contact at the Accessibility Services office to discuss what the experience will be like. 

Here are a few external resources that provide relevant information:

  • Access Abroad provides information on study abroad for students with disabilities, including planning tips, student experiences, and international disability resources.
  • Mobility International USA (MIUSA) empowers people with disabilities around the world through international exchange, information, technical assistance and training, and to ensure the inclusion of people with disabilities in international exchange and development programs.