Accessibility at EEMI

At EEMI, we make it a point of honor to make our programs accessible to people with disabilities. This starts from the moment you gather information on our website, which has been optimized to facilitate access for everyone, following the fundamental rules of accessibility.

Accessibility of our programs

Every student at EEMI can benefit from specific support regardless of the nature or duration of their condition or disability.

This translates into:

  • Assistance in your pedagogical and administrative processes
  • Sharing of course materials and offering tutoring if necessary
  • Connecting with disability coordinators on campus
  • Organizing your student journey with proposed accommodations
  • Arranging informative meetings and partnerships to enhance your professional integration
  • Raising awareness about disabilities within the campus community

The EEMI team can assist you at any point during your journey:

Registration, admission, life events… and support you throughout your studies. The Partnership and Employability department actively contributes to your professional integration.

Some examples of accommodations provided by the disability department:

  • Use of specific technical equipment: laptop, voice recognition, spell checker
  • Adaptation of exam topics: enlargements, digital version of the exam
  • Customized arrangements for certain exams

Accessibility of our website

In order to make our website accessible to as many people as possible, we have made it a priority to implement several elements:

  • A “Skip to content” link that allows users to skip the links in the header, including the menu.
  • The tab order of the pages is logical and respects the reading direction and hierarchy of information within each page. Any action that can be performed using a mouse should also be accessible using the keyboard.
  • We have followed the recommendations of the RGAA (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) for handling alternative texts on images, whether they are decorative or convey information.
  • We use the Honeypot technique (invisible captcha) that is completely invisible to users and does not require any actions that could be challenging for individuals with visual or auditory disabilities.
  • Special attention has been given to maintaining focus on all interactive elements