Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Register
Community Search

Data protection policy
Share |

Business Academy Aarhus looks after your personal data

At Business Academy Aarhus, we treat all business partners (students, stakeholders and partners) properly and transparently, and that is why we will look after your personal data appropriately – and treat it in accordance with the applicable legislation.

Basically, we are only allowed to collect and process the personal data that we need. We can only use it for that specific purpose – and we are only allowed to save it for as long as we need it. Any processing of personal data must be lawful and reasonable.

We store your information securely and confidentially. We will protect it from being accidentally deleted, lost or ruined and we will make sure that it doesn’t fall into the hands of any third party, or that it is otherwise treated in any violation with the law.

Below you can read more about how we process personal data in general, what rights you have in connection: with disclosure of information, any objections, rectification of information and deletion - and how you give permission and if necessary revoke your permission. You can always contact Business Academy Aarhus about this.

Information on data processing that ensures transparency

Business Academy Aarhus will ensure that everyone registered with us is guaranteed the transparency that the European Data Protection Act entitles you to.

In our overall policy for the processing of personal data, we have made it clear that we only collect and process data that is needed to administer your study programme (and similar) – and so that we can run Business Academy Aarhus successfully.

We only process personal data for this purpose, and if we need it for another purpose, we will inform you first.

As mentioned above, Business Academy Aarhus’ primary goal is only to process data that we have the legal right to process, but if we need to get your permission first, we only will process this data once we have received consent, and we will stop as soon as you retract your permission.

Transparency is also ensured by the fact that you have the right to full disclosure of information concerning which personal data we have registered about you, and how we use it.
We will, however, ask that you do not abuse this possibility too often, and only with ‘reasonable time intervals’, as mentioned in the Data Protection Act.

Sign In