Cookie policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files that are received at the terminal from the Website visited and are used to record certain interactions of browsing on a Website by storing data that can be updated and retrieved. These files are stored on the user's computer and contains anonymous data that are not harmful to your computer. They are used to store user preferences, such as selected language, access data or customisation of the page.

Cookies may also be used to register anonymous information about how a visitor uses a site. For example, from what Webpage the visitor has accessed it, or if the visitor used an advertising "banner" to access.

Why does Nebrija use cookies?

Nebrija University uses cookies that are strictly necessary and essential in order for you to use our Websites and to allow you to move freely, use secure areas, customised options, etc. We also use cookies to collect data related to Website usage analysis. These are used to help improve customer service, measuring the use and performance of the page in order to optimise and customise it.

Our sites may also have links to social media (such as Facebook or Twitter). Nebrija does not control the cookies used by these external Websites. For more information on the cookies of social media or other non-related Websites, we advise you to revise their own cookie policies.

What use do we give different types of cookies?

According to their purpose:

Technical cookies

Technical cookies are essential and strictly necessary for the proper functioning of a Website and the use of the different options and services it offers.

For example, they serve to maintain the session, to manage response time, performance or option validation, to use security elements, share content with social media, etc.

Cookies for preferences

These cookies allow the user to specify or customise some features of the general settings of the Webpage, for example, set the language, regional settings or browser type.

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies are used by our Websites to develop browsing profiles and to learn about the preferences of our users in order to improve the product and services on offer.

For example, by using an analytical cookie the geographical areas which are of interest to a user and which product has most acceptance would be controlled, etc.

Advertising Cookies

Advertising cookies allow management of advertising spaces, based on specific criteria. For example the frequency of access, the edited content, etc.

Advertising cookies allow, through advertising management, to store information about behaviour by observing habits, studying the accesses and forming a profile of user preferences, in order to provide ads related to the interests of the profile.

Time-related:

Session Cookies

Session cookies are those that last as long as the user is browsing the Webpage and they are deleted at the end.

Persistent cookies

These cookies are stored in the user terminal for a longer time, thus facilitating control of the preferences chosen without having to repeat certain parameters each time the Website is visited.

What if I do not want to have these cookies or I do not do anything about them?

To comply with current law, we have to request your permission to manage cookies. If you decide not to authorise the treatment indicating your non-conformity, we would use only the technical cookies, since they are essential for browsing our Website. In this case, we would not store any cookies. If you keep browsing our Website without denying authorisation, this implies that you accept their use.

Note that if you decline or delete Nebrija Website browsing cookies, we can not save your preferences, some features of the pages will not work, we can not offer personalised services and every time you browse our Website we have to request your permission for the use of cookies again.

If you still decide to change the configuration of your access to the Website, you must know that you can delete cookies or prevent this information from being recorded on your computer at any time by changing the settings of your browser:

These browsers are subject to constant upgrades or modifications, and therefore we cannot guarantee that cookies fully adjust to your browser version. You might also use another browser not mentioned here, such as Konqueror, Arora, Flock, etc. To avoid these failures, you can directly access from the options that are usually found in the Options menu, in the section “Privacy”. (Please refer to your browser help for more information.)

Are the data collected in cookies used on Websites other than Nebrija Websites?

Some of our cookies are used to generate advertising on third-party networks or for analytical use for which Nebrija uses external tools. Cookies are used exclusively for Nebrija University and its group of companies that in no case use them for commercial purposes.

So what does the information above mean?

If you accept our cookies, it allows us to improve the Nebrija Websites in order to provide optimal access and give you a more efficient and personalised service.

In addition, you can set your browser so that only trusted Websites or pages you're browsing at this time can manage cookies, which allows you to select your preferences.

By providing this policy, Nebrija University shows it acquired commitment to current law on the use of cookies, providing you with information in order for you to understand what kind of cookies we use and why we do it. With this, we aim to provide transparency regarding the processed data on the browsing made from your computer on our Website.

This policy is reviewed periodically to ensure its currency, so it can be modified. We recommend you should visit the page regularly where we will inform you of any updates thereto.

Where can I get more information?

If you have any question about how we use cookies, and it is not answered in this policy, please send us your comments via the e-mail address informa@nebrija.es

If you need more information about cookie directives, please refer to Boletín Oficial del Estado published on 31 Mar, 2012 (for Spain) where directives on electronic communications are transposed.

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