RMIT aims for a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience.
Customise your experience
You may get the best experience of this and other websites by customising your computer to meet your needs. The BBC My Web, My Way website provides guides about using accessibility features of your computer or installing assistive tools to improve how websites work for you.
- Keyboard users will tab into a hidden search button. You can still trigger the search by hitting enter after entering keywords in the search field.
- Searching for a program, the keyword search field is not labelled.
- Some search filters are not standard select boxes, so cannot be operated by keyboard or screen reader.
- The Campus/Site select box label is not working.
- 'Skip to content' is not working as intended.
- Screen reader users who select 'Local students' at the top of a page will encounter problems (the information panel keeps repeating "press local students").
- Screen readers may not be able to distinguish between different social media links.
- Screen readers may not differentiate program 'Apply' and 'Enquire' buttons.
- Missing captions, so no description is available to screen reader users.
- Mandatory fields are indicated with bullet points (not an asterisk or other symbol) and formatted as list items.
- Third party content
- Some pages may contain a section of third party content, such as a news or social media feed. While we make best efforts to ensure that this section is embedded in an accessible way, the third party content may not be accessible to some readers.
To report a problem you have using this website, please email email@example.com. This will help us make improvements. Use this guide to contacting organisations about inaccessible websites for what information to include in your feedback.
RMIT’s Web Accessibility policy guides RMIT staff on how to create and maintain accessible websites.