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Can a physically disabled person using a wheel chair study ACCA in UK?
Asked by: Jahid
Answers: 3
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Posted on Thu, 20 Aug 2009 16:30:36 GMT
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I want to study ACCA in UK but I am physically disabled and use a wheel chair for my movement. So, can it be possible for me to study in UK?
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It depends on you whether you can study ACCA or not. Academically you may qualify and there is no any restriction for your physical disabilities. But do you think you can do it? I mean, youíll have to do most of the things on your own without the assistance of others? If you think you can do everything independently, go for it. If you decide to go for it, get prepared to face an extreme challenge. Itís your will that works. When you are there, people may not be always around to help you so it is going to be really hard. However, I wish you a very best luck.

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edu_consult answered 7 years and 3 months ago

Yes, it's completely possible for you to study in the US because they provide very good resources for your studies.

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mike2011 answered 5 years and 4 months ago

Yes, why not? If you are physically handicapped, you can use a wheel chair to study in UK.

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sultan111 answered 4 years and 7 months ago
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