Accessibility statement

We designed the Europass Mobility web application to make it accessible to all web visitors by adapting it in different ways, while making their experience as positive as possible. Accessibility was designed based on self-assessment in accordance with the Law on Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications.

Degree of accessibility

The Europass Mobility web application is written in HTML5 language and uses CSS3 styles for web pages design. Interactions and certain functionalities use jQuery JavaScript library. Operation and appearance of the web pages were tested on all old and new browsers as well as on various devices and operating systems.

Accessibility functions

A part of the website is a tool which enables additional accessibility functions of the Website. It pops up with a click on the accessibility icon in the bottom right corner. The user now has access to:

Possible improvements

The web application uses JavaScript language for normal operation, better all-round experience and enhanced security. Without appropriately supported browser the navigation is made difficult; displaying and sending web forms in modal windows do not function.

In case the browser does not support CSS styling, access to all the information is possible nonetheless, but some contents may be duplicated or redundant. The web pages’ code contains additional texts intended for displaying on screens of varying sizes and appearing alongside specific actions, respectively.

Absence of JavaScript and CSS styles would entail a major change in the design and operation of the Website.


We want to make the website and the user experience as good as possible. If you have trouble accessing any of the content or information on this website, or if you have any feedback or suggestions for improvement, please us at

Last update 5. 10. 2020