This privacy statement sets out how the University for the Creative Arts (the ‘University’) complies with European Union data protection requirements and how it uses and protects any personal information that you provide when you use this website. Where our website contains links to other sites, we have no influence on whether or not they comply with data protection law. You should check their own privacy policies before providing them with personal information.

This Privacy Notice does not form part of any other contract with us to provide goods or services to you. If you have any questions about this policy or do not agree with it, please contact the University at

How the University for the Creative Arts website uses cookies

We may collect information about your computer, including - where available - your IP address, operating system and browser type. This information is statistical data about users' browsing actions and patterns, and does not identify any individual. It is used to inform improvements to the website, for system administration, and to report aggregate information to third parties (see below).

For the same reasons, we may obtain information about your general internet usage by using a cookie file which is stored on the hard drive of your computer. We use this information to track your movements through the website, to find out how the website is being used and to assess its usefulness. Personal information about you is not collected during the tracking process. 

Visitors under 16 years old

If you are under 16 years old and use our website, you need to make sure you have your mum, dad or other guardian's approval to use our website or submit any data to us.

When you use our website we may end up with some information about you. You have the rights to ensure that if you don't like what we are doing with your personal information, you can tell us to stop. If you want to do this, or make any other requests, you should contact us by emailing: 

Please read our Children's Privacy Notice which lets you know what information we receive, and what we do with it.