When you accept an offer of a place at Brighton, we will collect and use more information about you in connection with your application and future study.
As part of business engagement activity the university collects and processes personal data relating to collaborative research and enterprise activity, the recruitment of our students and graduates, hiring university conference spaces and accommodation, news and events, community engagement, and supporting or studying with us.
When you first contact us to ask a question about the university or our courses, we will create a record in your name. We will add information to this record whenever you contact us, so that we can respond to your enquiry and offer you appropriate services.
This policy sets out how any personal data we collect from you will be processed by us when you register online to attend an event at the University of Brighton.
This policy sets out how your personal data is collected and used by the library to provide you with access to resources.
When you book to come to an open day, request a prospectus, meet us at a HE fair, or register for updates from us, we will create a record in your name. We will add information to this record whenever you contact us, so that we can respond to your enquiries and offer you appropriate services. You can also opt in to receiving extra information about Brighton.
When you respond to an online survey, we may use your anonymous responses to improve future activities. For example feedback given by a prospective student following attendance at an online event may influence how we organise future events.
If you agree to participate in a research project being undertaken by one of our members of staff or students, we may need to collect personal data. This privacy notice provides information about use of your personal data for research. Depending on the project you will separately be provided with information about what data will be collected and how it will be used.
When you enrol as a student, we will collect and use more information about you in connection with your study, and we will keep long-term academic transcript data.
When you apply to work with us, and when you accept an employment offer and become a member of staff, we will collect and use more information about you in connection with your employment.
As part of the arrangements for Visiting Research Fellows, the University of Brighton collects and processes personal data relating to your application. The University is committed to being transparent about how it collects and uses that data and to meeting its data protection obligations.