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Robert Gordon University is committed to a policy of equal opportunities for all.

The University promotes an equal and accessible learning environment, regardless of disability.

We have designed the University's website to be as accessible as possible. You can adjust the site in a number of ways to fit your needs.

The site is responsively designed and as such will perform well on mobile phones and tablets. The site automatically adjusts how it displays display depending on the available space. However, if you prefer to use the desktop version while using a mobile device you can toggle to this from the link at the foot of every page. 

Change how the site looks

To make the University website easier to read and navigate, you can change display settings such as:

  • Text size
  • Colour and contrast
  • Screen magnification
  • Style sheets

Find out more about how to adjust your settings to display the website: 

Browser tips

There are many options and a variety of ways to customise your browser. This allows you to optimise your access to our website. 

Internet Explorer


Google Chrome

Find out how to use the accessibility features in Google Chrome:

Apple (Safari)

Standards compliance

The website is built using XHTML and CSS, according to W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards.

To get the most from our website: 

  • Ensure you have the latest version of your preferred browser in place
  • Javascript and Flash should be enabled

University Student Services

The Service has an Enabling Technology Adviser, who provides training in the use of enabling technologies such as digital recording equipment and TextHELP Read and Write Gold software. If you require specific software to support your studies, please contact the Enabling Technology Adviser on +44 (0) 1224 262103 or email

Feedback about the RGU website

Of course, we're not perfect, and there may be cases where the author of an individual page has inadvertently included content that causes a problem for some users. We constantly check the site to make it as usable as possible and make further improvements and enhancements to our accessibility features.

Please let us know of any problems you may have encountered, or of any features that you have found particularly useful. You can contact us at

Accessible Contact

BSL users can contact staff at the university via contactSCOTLAND-BSL, the online British Sign Language interpreting video relay service. Find out more on the contactSCOTLAND website.

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