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UNE's website uses cookies. This is a small file with a string of characters identifying your browser. By storing user settings and tracking user trends, cookies are used to improve the quality of the service. The browser can be set to reject all cookies or to warn you when a cookie is sent.

We do not collect personal data.

Traffic logging

UNE gathers statics of visits to our website. This information is used to run and develop UNE’s website.

Social media has functionality for sharing content on social media. UNE does not log information about what pages you share to other websites.

Do not send sensitive information by email

If you contact UNE using an email address found on this website, you must remember not to send sensitive or confidential information in an ordinary email.

External links

Links on UNE’s website can direct you to websites outside of UNE’s control. Please note that these websites may have other personal data and security regulations.

Disclosure to third parties

UNE does not disclose personal data to third parties without the user’s consent over and above what follows from normal indexing of search engines and other normal automatic web services.

Analysis tools for web statistics

UNE uses the analysis tool Google Analytics to gather and assess information about how visitors use the website. Google Analytics uses cookies.

UNE is's data controller and decides what information Google can collect about the use of the website. Google Analytics only receives general web statistics, for example the type of browser, time, language and what website the user came from.

In line with normal internet practice, the user's IP address is registered. However, UNE has chosen to use a script that removes the final digits of your IP address before the information is stored by Google Analytics. This means that the analysis tool can estimate the user's geographical location, but the IP address is anonymised and cannot be used to identify individuals.

The collected information is subject to Google's privacy policy.