Why do we collect data and information?
The collection and processing of the information of the visitors of our website allow us perform a variety of activities to improve the overall service offerings of the University, including but not limited to the following: get feedback on and improve the performance of the website, respond to requests and inquiries, analyze the user data to improve the reach of our service offerings and tailor our website content, manage newsletter subscriptions, and facilitate payment.
What kind of information is collected?
The information that is automatically collected includes information pertaining to unique identifiers such as the type, name and model of devices used to access the digital services of Parami University, IP addresses, geographical region, time of access, activities during the visit to the digital services, and the duration of the visit.
Personal information provided during the visit to the digital services is also collected. These include personal and contact details provided for the purposes of submitting applications, subscribing to newsletters, making donations and for making inquiries, as well as chatbox conversations.
What about accessing third-party websites and links through the University website?
How is the information shared?
Parami University may share the data and information collected from the users of the University website with its internal team such as communications, public relations, website administrators and university administrators to analyze its web traffic, improve website performance, as well as improve its service offerings in education. The information may also be used by third-party services such as Google Analytics to analyze and process data on behalf of the University. The University is committed to protecting the personal data of all stakeholders of the University, and will never sell or transfer personal data, including those of its website users, to third-parties for their own direct marketing, advertising and promotion purposes.
Cookies are used on the University website to improve user experience of the site. Cookies are small text files stored on your computer when you visit a website. Some of these text files are necessary to enable the websites to function properly while some are employed to enhance user experience and convenience. Most internet browsers allow you to control whether or not to accept cookies. However, please note that deactivation cookies may limit functionality of the site and user experience.