Privacy

Personal data (eg name, email address) is not stored or captured through The University of Manchester website without the prior knowledge and consent of users. When you provide this information, you will be asked whether you wish to receive any further communication from The University of Manchester. We will ensure that all personal data supplied is held in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998. The University of Manchester does not sell or otherwise transfer personal data to any third parties unless you have consented to this or this is so permitted by law.

Continuous logs are maintained of The University of Manchester web server activity. These log files include the details of your IP address, browser type, page last visited etc. Log files are used to analyse usage of The University of Manchester website, and may be kept in an anonymised form for historical records.

Some parts of The University of Manchester website use cookies for security purposes (eg to save the user from having to re-enter their details for every page in a section of the site). Cookies are not used to capture or store personal information for any other purpose, and all cookies are deleted as soon as a session is ended. You may choose to refuse cookies by disabling them using your web browser.

If you email us to ask a question, report a fault etc, we will only use the personal data you provide to reply to your message. We do not keep this information, or share it with any third party unless you have consented to this or this is so permitted by law.

This privacy statement applies to centrally maintained University of Manchester web pages. If the user leaves this website and visits a website operated by a third party, The University of Manchester cannot be held responsible for the protection and privacy of any information which users have provided while visiting such websites. Accordingly, users should exercise caution and review the privacy statement applicable to the website in question.
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