Accessibility of the websites

A website is accessible when it allows you to easily access the contents and services it offers, independently of any mental or physical disability, technical equipment or context in which you are working.

This website was implemented in compliance with the provisions of Italian Law no. 4 of 9/1/2004 "Provisions for fostering access by the disabled to computer tools" and the relative Ministerial Decree of 8 July 2005 "Technical requirements and different levels of accessibility to computer tools", and the Ministerial Decree of 20 March 2013.

In reply to Decree Law no. 179 of 18 October 2012, providing "Further urgent measures for the growth of the Country" which includes some amendments to the aforementioned Italian Law no. 4 of 9/1/2004 and Legislative Decree no. 82  of 7/3/2005 including the "Digital Administration Code", published in annex are the Annual accessibility objectives" of the University of Bologna.

Despite constant monitoring, it is not always possible to guarantee full accessibility to the website, we therefore ask you to report any difficulties you may have in accessing the information and services by writing to

Rapid Access keys

To allow visitors to consult the web pages rapidly, some useful shortcuts have been developed for those who can't or don't wish to use the mouse.

As the combinations vary according to the browser (e.g. Alt + Access button in Explorer, Alt + Shift + Access button in Firefox for Windows) consult your browser guide for using the keyboard shortcuts.

The access combinations for the websites are generally:

Go to page contents = Alt + C
To go directly to the page contents.

Go to navigation menu = Alt + N
To go directly to the navigation menu with links to the main sections of the website.

Search = Alt + S
To go to the search engine which is always present in the page.