Like many other websites, our website collects personal and general data from and about its visitors. In this privacy statement we explain which data are collected, how this happens and how they are treated. Thomas More University reserves the right to make changes to this privacy statement. We recommend that you consult this privacy statement regularly so that you are aware of these changes.
Data that we collect via our website are solely intended to be used by the Student Services Department of Thomas More University and will never be made available to third parties.
Our website uses an online form that allows visitors to ask, for instance, a technical question. The data requested and provided via this form are used to make contact in order to comply with the submitted request. The data may be stored in our contact management system, but will never be used for further unsolicited contact.
A cookie is a quantity of data that a website, via the server on which it is hosted, sends to the visitors browser with the intention of storing these data on the visitors computer. The content of such a cookie can be short (e.g. EN for a cookie that remembers your language choice) or relatively long (e.g. IP addresses, shopping basket content, etc.).
Sometimes a cookie is placed and read by a party other than the website operator (so-called third party cookies). The best-known third party cookies are those for statistical data, such as Google Analytics cookies.
The next time you visit a specific website, the server can recognise the browser of the previous visitor and get access to the information that was previously stored on the visitors computer. Which information is saved and stored on the visitors computer by means of a cookie is entirely determined by the operator of the visited website.
Some cookies fulfil only technical purposes (e.g. a session cookie, which allows to keep track of the contents of a shopping basket when surfing an e-commerce site) while others contain content information (e.g. language choice, text fields, shopping basket content, etc.).
In short: on the one hand, cookies make surfing on the internet possible, and on the other hand they provide a better and easier surfing experience.
In order to offer you an optimal surfing experience, this site uses the following cookies:
Upon your first visit you have the possibility to accept or reject cookies, either via this page or via the bar at the top of each page on the website (button Accept).
You can always manage the cookies on your computer - via this site or a third party site - in your browser settings. To do so, please consult your browsers user manual (easy to consult using F1).
Please note that your browser may store such data because of your settings or because you once gave your permission to do so. However, such storage is completely alien to the use of this site; moreover, data stored in this way cannot be consulted by this site.