You are asked to provide personal data when you inquire about services or if you book an event or accommodation with the MEETinLEEDS team. This can be face to face at an exhibition where you are present, by phone, email or direct contact via our social media platforms. The requested personal data may also relate to your participation in an event here at the university. This personal data will probably include the name, email address, postal address. You can also ask for specific power or access conditions so that we can fulfill our contract with you. Are we going to send your data to third-party organizations? We do not sell or transfer personal data to third parties unless you have accepted it or are authorized by law, such as the legal obligation to send student data to public bodies such as the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA), the Education and Skills Funding Agency (for the ILR), the Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) or the Office for Students (OFS). You have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner about how we handle your personal data. You may be invited to subscribe to newsletters or other activities. If you need to provide personal data, the uses of that data are explained instead of collecting. If personal data is requested for marketing purposes, you can opt out at any time. If you need to provide personal data, the uses of that data are explained instead of collecting.
Subject to these interests, which are not by the fundamental rights and freedoms of students, it will pursue these interests. For example, we have a legitimate interest in keeping information about who studied with us and when. For information on how we communicate with you and the data we retain once you have completed your studies with us and are a member of our alumni community, click here. Where can we get your personal data? We provide your personal data from the following sources: The information management team also has other agreements for processing data processing models that may, in certain circumstances, be used, including a short-form agreement.