The College is fully aware that the font size used throughout the pages is not best suited to all users, if you would like to increase the font size used throughout the site can we suggest changing the settings on your browser, below are instructions on how to change these settings:

Internet Explorer: On the top toolbar click on View and then Text Size and then chage to a size which best suits your needs. This will then change the size of the text on the site.

Safari: Hold down the command key on your keyboard. On Macintosh computers, the command key is indicated by an Apple or a cloverleaf symbol. Press the ‘+’ key to increase the font size or the ‘-‘ key to decrease the font size. Do this while still holding down the command key. Stop when you’ve reached a font size that you can read easily.

Firefox: On the top toolbar click on View and then Zoom and then select Zoom Text Only, then from the same submenu click on Zoom In or Zoom Out and this will increase or decrease the size of the text on the page.

Alternatively please check the following link to the BBC website for much more information relating to accessability and customising your internet browsing experience to suit your individual need.