Information regarding accessibility on campus
The newer buildings on campus are barrier-free. Most rooms situated above ground level in the old buildings are unfortunately not barrier-free, as no lifts can be installed due to a building preservation order.
The kunsthochschule berlin weißensee continuously endeavours to make its website fully accessible (in compliance with national legislation for the implementation of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council, the BerlinBarrier-FreeInformation and Communications Technology Act (BIKTG Bln) and the Barrier-Free Information Technology Ordinance (BITV 2.0). This Accessibility Statement applies to the website www.kh-berlin.de.
Accessibility is based on the internationally applicable Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) at conformance level AA and European standard EN 301 549, version 3.2.1. The international standard PDF/UA-1 is also observed for PDF-documents.
This website is only partially accessible according to the above guidelines. We continuously endeavour to improve accessibility. It may be that not all German texts have been translated into English. Not all images are supported with an alternative text. PDF and text files are currently not all fully accessible. Some of the embedded videos do not have synchronous subtitles and some do not have audio descriptions. It may be that link texts are incomprehensible.
Preparation of the statement
This statement was drawn up on 17.10.2023 and is regularly updated. We determine accessibility status by carrying out our own checks.
Feedback and contact details
Please inform us if you notice any accessibility deficiencies on our website or if you require information regarding content that is not accessible. We will endeavour to rectify the deficiencies you have reported or provide you with the information that is not accessible in accessible form.
Susan Lipp (General Student Advisor and Representative for the Interests of Students with Disabilities and Chronic Illness)
weißensee kunsthochschule berlin
If no satisfactory solution can be found to your enquiry about the accessibility of our website from the above contact, you can then contact the Digital Accessibility Representative for the State of Berlin:
Please click here for more information from the State Representative for Digital Accessibility
Please click here for the contact form