Accessibility Help

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Accessibility Help

Your Web Your Way

You can adapt and customise any website so that it better meets your needs. For example you can increase the size of text, change the colours of the design, or even change the fonts to make content easier to use and comprehend. The BBCs My Web My Way site provides simple guides that you can follow to make useful changes like these.

Report a Problem with the University website

If you experience a problem trying to use this website please let us know so that we can provide you with a resolution and, potentially, fix the issue for all users.

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Glossary of British University terms and language

This Glossary of British University terms and language includes common abbreviations and acronyms used across University publications.

Learning and Disability Support for Students

We have a Learning Support team that delivers four specialist services, Disability Services, Dyslexia Support, Mental Health and Wellbeing and Academic Learning Support to ensure that our students can succeed at City.

Accessibility Conformance

The University Web Team have worked with accessibility experts Kath Moonan and Antonia Hyde to ensure that the University website conforms to guidelines like WCAG 2.0. These guidelines help to explain how to make websites as inclusive as possible.

The University website is monitored continuously and was last formally audited and tested with diverse users in November 2011.