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Privacy and Cookies

Privacy Statement 

We are an educational consultancy or agent that provides assistance to students in gaining admission to any course and university of their choice globally. The Global University Admission Consultancy (GUAC) takes the utmost care when dealing with personal data. The GUAC wants you to know that personal information will always be processed correctly and with due care and attention. For this reason, the GUAC wants to be transparent about how it deals with your personal data.

This privacy statement informs you about how the GUAC processes your personal information and it explains your rights regarding this. Which personal data are processed and why, are listed in the Global University Admission Consultancy.

Information obtained from a student

The following categories of personal information are among those that we may gather and handle, whether or not on our own behalf or on behalf of one or more educational institutions, Education Consultancy, or a service provider:

  • Personal data, such as name, email address, and other details: For instance, we might keep a record of your name, email address, gender, date of birth, nationality, place of residence, educational background, accomplishments, or results from language tests, as well as your job history, financial condition, and other relevant information.

  • Name, address, and personal account or registration information: Your address, phone number, and email address are just examples of your contact information. Your sign-in information and any other information you supply when you create a personal account or fill out a registration form may be recorded by us as well when you register for a service or create a personal account.

Our interactions with you 

  • We keep a record of any correspondence you have with us over the phone, via email, online chat, or on social media.

  • Data we get from your usage of our website

  • We may record your IP address, browser type, operating system, referring website, online browsing habits, and Location when you visit our website or use our services.

Details pertaining to social media

  • We might get data from your social network provider depending on your privacy settings. For instance, if you sign up for our services using a social network account, we may compile publicly accessible information about you from your profile on that social network, such as your name, contact information, and social network. Please consult the website and privacy policy provided by your social network provider for further details on the personal data that we collect from them as well as how to modify your privacy settings.

Information obtained from educational institutions or providers

  • The following categories of personal information may be gathered and processed by us, whether or not on our own behalf or on behalf of one or more educational institutions, Education Consultancy, students, or service providers:

    • Personal data, such as name, email address, and other details.

    • For instance, if you participate in one of our events, we may record your name, email address, gender, nationality, country of residence, contact information, title, and dietary preferences.

    • Your name, address, and account or registration information

    • Your address, phone number, and email address are just examples of your contact information. Your sign-in information and any other information you supply when you create a personal account or fill out a registration form may be recorded by us as well when you register for a service or create a personal account.

Requests to access data

  • You have the right to ask the GUAC for an overview of all of the personal data that has been collected concerning you, how it has been processed and how long it will be stored for. If you think that some of your personal data is incorrect or if you no longer want your data to be processed, you can ask for this data to be amended, for the GUAC to stop processing it or to have it deleted.

  • To do so, please send a written request to access data Via GUAC email info@universityconsultancy.de

Data breaches

  • A data breach occurs when personal information is destroyed, accessed or released without explicit permission. This includes leaking information (whether accidentally or intentionally), as well as the unlawful processing of personal data. The most common examples of data breaches are losing a USB memory device containing personal data, a computer being hacked or files containing personal data falling into the wrong hands via the waste paper bin.

  • If you encounter or suspect a breach of data, report this immediately to info@universityconsultancy.de

Cookies

The Global University Admission Consultancy website utilizes both functional and non-functional cookies, such as those that remember language preferences. Functional cookies are used to store your preferred settings or to deliver services. 'Tracking cookies' are some cookies that third parties use to track your online activity, but only with your consent. Certain website features might not operate if you reject these cookies.

Google Analytics is used by the website to map its traffic. The information gathered is used to enhance the website. Google must disclose the data it gathers via cookies or other methods to third parties if required to do so by law. If Google processes the data on behalf of other parties, Google may also pass the data to those parties. The Global University Admission Consultancy won't follow specific users using the traffic data.

 

Additionally, a lot of pages make use of embedded content. For instance, this might be a social media button, widget, or YouTube video. Cookies from the information source may also be sent when this information is loaded. These cookies are not the responsibility of the Global University Admission Consultancy.

Cookie options

All widely used web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and their mobile-device equivalents, include the ability to totally delete and permanently reject cookies. The 'Do Not Track (Do not follow me)' feature available in the most recent versions of these web browsers prevents connected ad networks from tracking your online behavior. Your cookie settings are editable.

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