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Eindhoven University of Technology fully complies with the requirements of the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act (Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens). All personal information provided by visitors to Eindhoven University of Technology’s website is treated with the utmost care, and is carefully processed and protected. In doing so, the University makes every effort to take personal preferences into account. Eindhoven University of Technology has implemented a number of security measures, including measures to prevent unauthorized parties from accessing personal information.
Technical information collected
Eindhoven University of Technology also collects technical visitor information, such as information about the hardware and software used by visitors and information about their actual visit to the site. This information is not linked to individuals and cannot be used to trace the identity of a visitor. The data collected is used to provide statistics for the assessment of the effectiveness and effects of the information provided on the site and the navigation structure. This enables Eindhoven University of Technology to optimize the website, thereby further improving its service provision.
We measure results using Google Analytics on the TU/e domains:
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Functional cookies are used to offer you, as a website visitor, the correct functionality and user experience. Functional cookies will store your preferences for your language and login status. Functional cookies are always stored since they are essential for the proper functioning of our websites. Not giving permission to store cookies has no consequences for functional cookies.
TU/e concluded a processor's agreement with Google regarding Google Analytics. In this agreement it is laid down that Google only acts as processor in the processing of the personal details of website visitors.
We use a Google Analytics cookie for:
- Keeping count of the number of visitors on our web pages
- Keeping count of the times that every visitor spends on our web pages
- Determining the sequence in which someone visits the various pages of our website
- Assessing which parts of our website requires adjustment
- Optimizing the website
With the aid of Google Analytics we analyze on the following TU/e domains:
Analytical cookies are always stored on your computer. Not giving permission to store cookies will have no consequences for analytical cookies.
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For the cookies stored on your computer by social media and the possible data that they collect as a consequence, we refer to the statements that these parties give in this respect on their own websites; see the links below. Please note that these statement can change regularly. The Technische Universiteit Eindhoven cannot influence this.
Not accepting cookies on our website has consequences on the availability of social media functionalities. In that case it is not possible to share articles through our websites.
TU/e uses the services of third parties, such as Google AdWords, to represent relevant advertisements for among other things educations, adjusted to your visits to our website and the pages visited on it. To read how these third parties handle your details we would like to refer you to the statements that these parties give in this respect; please see the links below. Please note that these statement can change regularly. TU/e does not have any influence on this.
Not accepting cookies on our websites has as a consequence that you will not see interesting advertisements of TU/e, insofar as these advertisements are based on your visits to our websites. This does not mean that you will not be shown advertisements of TU/e at all, since TU/e also uses generic advertisements that are not based on surfing behaviour.
Due to the manner in which internet and websites work, it can be that we do not always have insight into the cookies that are stored on your computer via our website by third parties. This is in particular the case when our webpages contain so-called embedded elements; these are texts, documents, images or videos that are stored with another party, but which are shown in or through our website.
Eindhoven University of Technology sometimes sends out emails to students, incoming students, staff, alumni and others. The University stores and uses addressee details in accordance with the Dutch Personal Data Protection Act (Wet bescherming persoonsgegevens).
Privacy Statement for start.tue.nl
Personal data are processed and made secure with care. In compliance with the Personal Data Protection Act, we keep and use only those personal data provided directly by yourself or where it is clear that such data have been provided with your approval.