Welcome to Swissuniversity. This web site has been developed with two content access modalities: visual and oral.

You are now browsing with the visual modality. If you are listening to the web site, you can change the modality and access the oral one, following the next link.

Access to the oral modality of the web site.
All you need to know about this amazing country: its unique history, mountainous geography and mild climate; how to travel around and what to see; its vibrant cultural scene, sports and leisure opportunities, great cultural diversity and high quality of life.


Accessibility means allowing users with special needs to experience a web site in an acceptable way. Several countries, in and outside Europe, have adopted a set of mandatory rules for making web sites accessible to a broader variety of users.

The W3C consortium supervising the WWW has issued a set of guidelines that need to be followed. However, these are not sufficient to guarantee optimal results in terms of understanding a site’s contents.

Swissuniversity website intends to promote in Switzerland a stronger attention to disadvantaged users, by trying to make its own web communication increasingly accessible. We have started by taking especially into account visually impaired users, and we intend to proceed with other user categories.

If you have any observations, critiques, or comments about the accessibility of this web site, please contact us: you will help us to offer a better service.

Your comments about the accessibility of this website are welcome. Please email your observations to the staff.