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Studies and Disabilities

At Data ScienceTech Institute (DSTI), we strive to create an inclusive learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of all our students. Recognising the importance of accessibility, we’ve put in place measures to support those with specific disabilities, ensuring they have every opportunity to thrive in our Applied Bachelor and MSc programmes. Please read on to understand our provisions and the support available, along with a special message from our CEO, Sébastien Corniglion.

A message from our CEO

Dear Sir/Madam,

By the nature of the subjects offered by Data ScienceTech Institute (DSTI) in the Applied Bachelor & Applied MSc programmes and all their subset courses, I hereby certify that access to persons with disabilities is limited to:

  1. Motor disability for mobility (not use of hands), on DSTI’s physical campuses, which are “Persons with Reduced Mobility” enabled.
  2. Mild visual and hearing impairments, which are complemented by the possibility of following the lessons live on one’s own computer, or in deferred mode, all lessons being recorded and digitised.
  3. Permanent or transitory medical situations which do not affect the motor skills of the hands, or the eyesight or hearing as described in the above points, and for which a third part of the exams can be granted by the School’s Direction of studies.

Situations of disability exceeding these three criteria would be incompatible with studying at DSTI and the School would not be able to admit and register the candidate.

For all due intents and purposes.

Sébastien Corniglion


Pedagogical capacity to accommodate students with disabilities

Data ScienceTech Institute is committed to include people with disabilities at the heart of it’s strategy, both as students in initial and continuing education.

The goal is not only to facilitate access to the programmes for people with disabilities, but also to offer them a comfortable working environment throughout their studies.

If you are concerned or have any questions, please contact our team as soon as you apply.

Useful links (in French only):

Contact the DSTI Disability Advisor:

The Disability Advisor provides individual support and facilitates the educational integration of all students with disabilities.

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