All pages on this site aim to be accessible to W3C AA compliance or better, complying with priority 1 and 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Not all the guidelines can be automatically checked. With this in mind every effort has been made to manually check university pages.
The navigation bar on this website is built using XML and cascading stylesheets, however if your browser does not support either of these technologies the menu will still work as a bullet pointed list.
The fonts and text sizes have been set so you can alter them with your browser. For example within Internet Explorer go to "View / Text Size" and alter accordingly.
Should you encounter any difficulties relating to the level of accessibility of certain pages, please do not hesitate to report the problem to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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All PDF files require the user to have the free-to-use Acrobat reader software installed. It’s available for download.
Alternatively if your browser does not support this technology you can convert any PDF file in to text or html here;
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Whilst every effort will be made to ensure that courses are offered as set out on this website, it may become necessary to vary them or their content at short notice and the university cannot guarantee that the courses provided will conform strictly to the description shown here. Please note also that a minimum enrolment total is a prerequisite for the opening of any course. A class or course may be suspended if there is a significant falling off in attendance.
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