Accessibility statement (Aarresaari.net)
This accessibility statement concerns the Finnish universities’ career network Aarresaari’s web service.
The web service is available via the address https://www.aarresaari.net/ and was created/last updated on 12 June 2023. This service is subject to the act on the provision of digital services (306/2019, only available in Finnish and Swedish). The act requires that all public online services must be accessible.
The digital service in question largely meets the requirements of the relevant act.
Non-compliant elements of the service:
- The mid-toned highlight area on the front page that does not provide a sufficient background contrast to the body text, therefore not meeting the minimum contrast requirements laid down in the act.
- The event calendar on the Events page is not sufficiently accessible either in terms of contrast or content.
- There is a scaling problem in the Hero area header, causing it to scale by more than 200%. The category listings below also include a text not included in the ARIA landmark.
Have you noticed other deficiencies in the accessibility of the Aarressaari digital service? Let us know, and we will do everything we can to fix it.
You can inform us of any accessibility gaps you have found by using either the online form found at
or by sending an email to
If you notice a problem with the accessibility of this website, please always contact the site administrator first. It may take the administrator up to 14 days to get back to you. In the event that you are not satisfied with the answer you have received or do not receive a response within two weeks of initial contact, you can report the service of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland (link opens in a new window). Further information on how to report a service and how the matter will be processed can be found on the Regional State Administrative Agency’s website.
Supervisory authority’s contact details
Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland
Accessibility Monitoring Unit
Phone number: +295 016 000 (switchboard)