1.What personal information do we gather about you?
The information about the ordered copy is gathered from one of the prospectuses or registrations in order to attend an event such as an open day or taster session, apply for one of our courses, or register your interest in one of our courses. We gather more information to fulfil your requests, such as your name, date of birth, postal address and email address, as well as your agreement to send more information, such as about the college, the interesting courses, lodging, or events relevant to the concerned course of yours.
2.How will your data be adopted?
The collected data will be adopted to hoard the requested information and, if you agree, to give you further information about the SBL International, such as printed brochures or electronic messages. In addition, we provide a variety of services and initiatives such as course information, student assistance, scholarships and promotions. We may also contact you to inquire about your satisfaction level with the information we give and to learn more about your admissions experience in order to undertake quality assurance checks and market research. Your information will not be shared with other parties. If you grant your permission, the data will only be used to evaluate the effect of our activities and to follow the development through education.
3.What is the legal basis for our processing of your personal data?
We will process your data depending on your consent prior to the application. Once you have applied to our institution for study, we are eager to interact with you about our college, courses offered, and any other information you require to make an informed decision about whether or not to enrol. We have many legal obligations to report to the government based on our genuine desire to expand higher education for underserved populations.
4.How long will we keep your personal information?
We will save the commonly gathered personal information for two years. Except when you tell us otherwise, we will keep your data for five years after your programme is completed in order to evaluate the long-term impact of our expanding support operations. If you are an applicant to our college, you should fill out the agreement notice that we will send you later; the information you supplied to us will be in accordance with the college's maintenance schedule.If you desire to cancel your agreement, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5.Special Category Data
Activities such as those connected to increasing college enrolment from underrepresented groups would necessitate the collection of data that is designated as a different category of personal data under data protection regulations and includes details of race and origin. The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) is processed based on the public task under Article 6 because the data is collected in the public interest to improve admission to higher education, and condition J of Article 9(2) of GDPR states: The necessary rights and interests of data subjects are processing the necessary public interests to attain purposes, historical or scientific research. The data may be shared with government or organisations entities operating on behalf of the government for analytical and research purposes.
6.Who Your Personal Information Is Shared With?
The personal information you give will be handled by the college, awarding bodies working with the college for the programme awarding an organisation operating on its behalf that has a GDPR compliant mechanism in place, and an organisation working on its behalf (for instance, the company which posted the letter on college behalf). We shall share the information with our subsidiaries, connected partners, awarding organisations, subcontractors, and employees that provide you with services. Further, we will also share the information with the firm that provides Online Library services in order to create an account and gain access to the company. Moreover, if we sell or buy businesses or assets and a significant portion of our company's assets is acquired by another party, we must share the information with other firms. We must disclose the information in order to comply with regulatory and legal requirements, as well as to enforce the terms and conditions of any other agreement.
7.Your Rights with Us
Our institution is in charge of enforcing the Data Protection Act. As a result of this legal protection, you have the following rights:
- To request that we discontinue personal data processing, as well as to reduce our data processing activities based on your personal preferences.
- To request that we rectify or delete your data if it is inaccurate.
- To get a copy of the information you give to us.
- To request that you no longer get our promotional advertisements.
- To request that your data be retrieved in a certain format, you must first gather it from the additional data controller.
Please note that before responding to such a request, we may request you to confirm your identity. If you cancel your account, certain Personal information’s cannot be eliminated from a user account, and such information includes the date of birth, age etc. After account cancellation, we also maintain the right to clutch your personal information if such information is necessary to obey a legal requirement or to solve any conflicts or disputes.
8.Your Data's Security
We place a high value on the security of your information data. To protect your personal information from unauthorised disclosure or access, we utilise commercially analytical reasons, and all employees are required to follow the College's data security procedures and techniques. Furthermore, the data is sent in a safe manner from one location to another, but keep in mind that the process of transmission through the internet is not completely secure.
If you have any concerns about the security protocols or wish to learn more about them, please contact our Data Protection Officer.
9.Transfers To Third Countries And Safeguards In Place
To store and process the information, we may move it outside of the European Economic Area (EEA) to countries with less stringent data protection regulations than those in the EEA. Avoid submitting any information that you do not wish to be transmitted or kept beyond the EEA. Before submitting the information, you must accept and consent to us keeping and transmitting it beyond the EEA. When data is transmitted from one location to another, it is always encrypted, secure, or password secured formats.
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11. Third party websites
If you click a hesitant link on our website that leads to a third-party website, we have no control over whether or not you visit that website. These third-party websites are not under our control. Please carefully read the privacy policies since our policies do not apply to the privacy practices of those sites.
12. About Data Controller
As per the Data Controller, The School of Business London is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office. The Data Controller is responsible for protecting users or individual rights under the Data Protection Act.
13.For More Enquiries And Grievance
Data Protection Officer
School of Business London, 44 Broadway,Stratford
E15 1XH , London , United Kingdom
You have the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) If you remain disappointed with our work.
Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House,
Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF
Telephone: 0303 123 1113
Updates to this policy- This Privacy Notice may be amended from time to time to guarantee continuous compliance with Data Protection Act and to provide the best service to our clients.