Malmö University 20 years – celebrate with us

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About Malmö University’s website

BrowseAloud at Malmö University

This website uses the service BrowseAloud for reading content on the site.

BrowseAloud is a tool that allows the content on the website to be spoken. BrowseAloud reads web pages and PDF files, saves spoken speech as Mp3-files, magnifies the current text and gives you the ability to focus on what you read. BrowseAloud works on smart phones, tablets, Macs and PCs without the need to download the program to your own computer. BrowseAloud is free for users and is accessed through the link Listen on sites top navigation. 

Cookies at Malmö University

A cookie is a small text file sent from our website and stored on your computer, tablet or smartphone.  

This site contains two different types of cookies:

  1. Persistent cookies – these are text files sent from our websites and stored on your computer
  2. Session cookies  –  these are only stored temporarily and disappear when you close your browser

If these are not allowed, we cannot guarantee that our websites are working correctly, as they are used for different functions in our system.

You can set your web browser so you will be asked every time the website tries to store a cookie on your computer. Check your browser's help resources for more information.

What cookies are used by Malmö University?

Cookies: Google Analytics, Siteimprove Analytics, Vizzit Analytics, Facebook Pixel.

Malmö University uses cookies for statistics, to count the number of users and to analyse the traffic, to optimize our presence in social media channels, as well as for form handling.

How to disable cookies

You can disable cookies by changing the settings in your browser so it will not permit cookies. How to do it depends on what browser you are using. If you don’t know how to do this, check your browser’s help resources. Stored cookies can also be deleted in your browser.

The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) monitors the electronic communications and postal sectors in Sweden and can give further information about cookies on.

The Swedish Post and Telecom Authority website

Last updated by Sarah Stancs