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Legal information


Declaration on accessibility for

This declaration on accessibility applies to the Stud.IP installation at (03.01.2024, Stud.IP version 5.4) of Stud.IP e.V.

In accordance with Directive (EU) 2016/2102, we endeavour to make our websites and mobile applications accessible in accordance with the provisions of the Federal Disability Equality Act (BGG) and the Barrier-free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV 2.0) for the implementation of Directive (EU) 2016/2102.

Status of compatibility with the requirements

The accessibility requirements result from §§ 3 paragraphs 1 to 4 and 4 of the BITV 2.0, which was issued on the basis of § 12d BGG.

This Stud.IP installation is not fully compatible with the generally applicable accessibility regulations. In detail:

On the start page, there is no provision of explanations about the website in easy language and in German sign language.
It is possible that use on mobile devices (especially smartphones) is not completely barrier-free. Stud.IP is primarily designed for desktop computers, laptops and large tablets, although responsive navigation has already been improved in the past.

In addition, content posted by users, e.g. PDFs or videos, may have barriers.

The following measures to reduce barriers will follow:

A sample declaration on easy language is to be included in Stud.IP version 5.5.

This declaration was created in September 2023 and last updated on 2024-03-19.

Report barriers: Contact the feedback contacts

Would you like to report existing barriers or request information on the implementation of accessibility? For your feedback and all other information, please contact our responsible contact persons at

You can find the form for reporting barriers here:

Conciliation procedure

If no satisfactory solution has been found after your feedback to the above-mentioned contact, you can turn to the arbitration centre in accordance with § 9d NBGG. The arbitration centre in the office of the State Commissioner for People with
Disabled Persons at the Lower Saxony Ministry for Social Affairs, Health and Equality has the task of supporting out-of-court dispute resolution in the event of conflicts on the subject of accessibility between people with disabilities and federal public bodies. The arbitration procedure is free of charge. No legal assistance is required. Further information on the conciliation procedure and the options for submitting an application can be found at:

You can contact the NGBG conciliation body directly at


Report accessibility barrier