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Funka - compensatory support for students with disabilities

Students with documented, permanent disabilities can receive compensatory support in their studies at KTH. The group that coordinates supports is called Funka.

Apply for support

  • Who has the opportunity to apply for support from Funka?
  • What certificate do I need to send in?
  • Apply early if you have a physical disability, visual impairment or need of a sign interpreter.

Information on how to apply for compensatory support

Pre-ordering of support during examination

Some support needs to be pre-ordered before each examination. In order for Funka's examination administration to know which support or supports you want to use at a specific examination, you need to notify this, before each examination.

Information about which supports you need to pre-order and order form.

What support can I get?

What support you can get is an individual assessment and depends on what disability you have. Our most common supports are e.g. extended writing time, typing on computer, note-taking support.

How to get your support during the examination

Apply for support on time

Registration for the exam closes and after these dates it is too late to receive recommended support for the upcoming exam period. Before the date below, you need to have submitted a complete application and had your first meeting with a working Funka coordinator.

Exam period

Academic year 2021/2022

Period 1 Tuesday 5/10

Period 2 Monday 6/12

Period 3 Wednesday 23/2

Period 4 Thursday 12/5

Re-examination period

Academic year 2021/2022

Period 1 Monday 6/12

Period 2 Thursday 31/3

Period 3 Thursday 12/5

Period 4 Thursday 28/7

What is a disability?

In accordance with the Discrimination Act (Government Offices of Sweden) , KTH conducts targeted work to actively promote equal rights and opportunities for students with disabilities.

The Law defines disability as permanent physical, mental or intellectual limitation of a person’s functional capacity that as a consequence of injury or illness existed at birth, has arisen since then or can be expected to arise (Discrimination Act, 2008: 567).

Its aim is to make Sweden´s universities more accessible and to counteract discrimination. 

A film about Funka

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Last changed: Dec 29, 2021