This page contains information about the accessibility features of this site, including levels of conformance to industry standards, how to use this site, useful links and resources and the option to give feedback.

It is our intention to continue to make this site as accessible as possible.  Should you experience any difficulty in finding the information you require in the appropriate format, you are encouraged to contact the webmaster.

Accessibility Features

This site has been developed to ensure content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive technology or accessibility features. Features employed in this site to make information more accessible are:

  • The pages on this website are all printer-friendly - just the University of London Institute in Paris logo and the page content will appear on any printouts you make.
  • This site uses CSS for visual layout. For optimal viewing, it is recommended that you use a browser with CSS2 support. If your browser or browsing device does not support style-sheets, the content of each page will still be readable.
  • All text uses relative font sizes so text can be enlarged or reduced using the text size options available in visual browsers (see instructions below).
  • All informational images contain an ALT tag and decorative images are either relegated to the CSS document or have a null ALT attribute.
  • All pages use flexible page formats so pages can be automatically resized for different window sizes and screen resolutions.

Conformance to Industry Standards

Standards compliance is an integral part of creating functional and accessible websites. As a result, the pages on this site adhere to the following standards:

This site follows World Wide Web and it also complies as far possible with the recognised Web content Accessibility standards set by the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and CAST. All pages are level A compliant which means that no users should find it impossible to access their content, and the majority of check points meet level AAA (the very highest level of accessibility currently defined).