Studying with a functional limitation
The terms "functional limitation" and "chronic disease" cover all diseases and disabilities that are enduring (for now) and that can cause a delay in the course of your study programme. For example, all of the following fall under the category of a functional limitation: visual, auditory, and mobility handicaps; a disability of language (dyslexia), speech, endurance, memory/concentration capabilities, and organs; psychological limitations, epilepsy, rheumatism, CVS, heavy migraine, whiplash, RSI, etc.
When this functional limitation, chronic disease, or dyslexia is likely to hinder a normal course of study, students are advised to contact the student dean and student advisor at the start of their study programme. For more information about special provisions, see here.