This page sets out the accessibility standards for web pages on the Kingston University website.
The University aspires to ensure that all pages published via its website will:
- display properly in all the main browser types;
- be fully accessible for those visitors who have a disability; and
- comply with the University's Disability Discrimination Act (1995) obligations.
W3C accessibility standards
It is our intention to ensure that all pages published via the Kingston University website meet 'priority 1' or level 'A' accessibility standards or better.
The University is working over time to ensure that those archive web pages which were published prior to the establishment of W3C guidelines are upgraded to comply with at least 'priority 1' standards.
Please contact the webteam for any queries about website accessibility.
For more information about customising the features of your computer setup or web browser to view the site in the most accessible way for you, please visit the BBC My web, my way website. This site includes information about changing fonts and background colours, magnifying your screen and using text-to-speech features. It also provides guides and factsheets about various assistive technologies.