KEDGE e-accessible campuses

KEDGE offers a system to support students with disabilities: KEDGE ACCESS.

KEDGE's ambition is to enable the potential of each one of us to blossom, whatever our social or territorial origins, gender, or disability. To this end, the school has set up KEDGE ACCESS, a program designed to support students with disabilities.

KEDGE ACCESS supports and facilitates the integration, pedagogical follow-up, and employability of students with disabilities, through the implementation of schooling accommodations.

The school mobilizes material resources and a network of volunteer referents on its four campuses in Bordeaux, Marseille, Paris, and Toulon.

Students wishing to benefit from special arrangements must make themselves known as soon as possible to the KEDGE ACCESS network and provide the information and documents required to take charge of their situation.

Tools available from the start of the 2023 academic year

For the start of the 2023 academic year, the system will provide students with new tools to facilitate digital accessibility for all and make our campuses e-accessible, especially for the hearing-impaired.

  • Loan equipment available from the IT support or from KEDGE ACCESS:
    • Reading pen (5 units C-Pen ExamReader)
    • Antidote software (1 license)
    • Dragon Professional software (1 license)
    • Microsoft Office 365 for all students (functional training available)


  • Equipping our reception areas with magnetic loops to facilitate information flow for deaf or hard-of-hearing students and/or visitors:
    • 5 portable magnetic loops on loan (Xepton cases).
    • Numerous amphitheaters equipped with operational and active equipment.
    • All campus reception areas and student offices in Marseille and Bordeaux.
    • Visual signage to identify accessible areas.

For information on the equipment and how to use it, as well as for training on the tools, students and visitors can contact the KEDGE ACCESS referents:

Bordeaux Campus

Marseille Campus

Paris Campus

Toulon Campus