In order to operate the University of Brighton website, it is sometimes necessary to place small amounts of information on your personal device or computer so that you can take advantage of the full functionality of the website. These small files are called "cookies".
Cookies cannot be used to recognise you personally but enable the website to recognise your device temporarily. Some of these cookies are necessary for the website to function, while others allow the use of analytics so that we can measure how many people are using our site and provide an efficient service.
Details of cookies used on our website
The list below gives details of the cookies used on our website. It includes "first party cookies", which are cookies set by the website you are visiting (for example brighton.ac.uk) and also "third party cookies" which are set by websites outside of our website; for example Facebook setting cookies on a 'like' button.
Note: Regarding third party cookies, we have listed all of the cookies that we are aware of, however auditing tools have a degree of fallibility and third parties may choose to change which cookies they set from time to time. As such this should not be viewed as a definitive list.