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Digital accessibility : not compliant

The Ecole Polytechnique Communications Department is committed to making its sites accessible in accordance with article 47 of law no. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005. To this end, a digital accessibility plan and action plan are currently being drawn up. This declaration of accessibility will apply to the Ecole polytechnique Admission cycle ingénieur website (https://www.polytechnique.edu/admission-cycle-ingenieur/en). 

Compliance status

The Ecole polytechnique Admission cycle ingénieur website is not compliant with the RGAA. The site has not yet been audited.

Technologies used for the creation of the website:

•    Drupal 10
•    HTML5
•    CSS3
•    JavaScript

Feedback and contact

If you are unable to access any content or service, please contact the website manager who can indicate an accessible alternative or explain how to obtain the content.

•    Contact form
•    Send a letter
Route de Saclay,
91120 Palaiseau,

Making an appeal

This procedure can be used in the following case:

If you notify the website manager of an accessibility issue that has prevented you accessing content or services on the portal and have not received a satisfactory response you may:

•    Send a message to the French Defender of Rights
•    Contact the Defender of Rights Officer in your region
•    Send a letter (free of charge, do not use a stamp)
Défenseur des Droits
Free Reply 71120
75342 Paris Cedex 07

Compensation rights

It is important to recall that article 11 of the French law No. 2005-102 dated 12th February 2005 stipulates that "a disabled person has the right to compensation for the consequences of his or her disability, whatever the origin and nature of the disability and his or her age or lifestyle."

It is therefore compulsory for all organisations to take the necessary steps to provide access within a reasonable timeframe to any information and functionalities a disabled person requires, whether the content is subject to exemptions or not. Users must be given the option of requesting accessible alternative content on the help page via an easily-accessible contact method such as an e-mail address or a contact form.

You can help us improve the site's accessibility by reporting any problems you may encounter by contactig us on our contact form.