Our accessibility work includes technology, language and structure. We strive to make our websites usable to everyone and follow established standards and guidelines. We write and structure content in an accessible way and screen readers can identify and interpret what is being displayed on the screen.


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Stockholm University’s websites use cookies in order to better understand visitor behaviour (Google Analytics, Hotjar), to improve the quality of the information we provide (, and to manage and follow up student recruitment campaigns (Adwords, Facebook). By understanding how our websites are used, we can develop and improve them. Some of our websites also use cookies in order to provide personalized services, where the user can, for example, check study results and read email.

Some of the University’s websites may use cookies for other purposes than those stated here. In such cases information about relevant cookies should be provided on the respective site.

If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can change your security settings. How you disable cookies varies somewhat, so you may need to consult the help menu in your browser.

Please note that if you choose not to allow cookies, you may lose some functionality on the site.

Q&A about cookies – Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS)

Questions about the website

If you have questions about the content of a certain webpage, you may contact the responsible editor, whose name is given at the bottom of each article.

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