Cookie Policy


Cookies are small data or text files that are placed on your computer by websites and applications. Such cookies can have several different purposes: there are essential or strictly necessary cookies and non-essential cookies (functional, analytical and targeting cookies).

The Belgian Act concerning the Electronic Communication of 13 June 2005 contains some provisions about cookies and the use thereof on websites. The Belgian implementation is deduced of the European e-Privacy Regulation, which implies that the cookie usage and the cookie legislation is regulated differently in every European country.

ERASMUS HOGESCHOOL BRUSSELS is a public institution based in Belgium and therefore follows the Belgian legislation on cookies.

Goals and utilities of cookies

ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL wishes to inform you as complete as possible about your rights under this legislation and about which cookies ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL uses. By using our website, you agree with the use of cookies. Cookies help ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL to optimize your visit to the website, to remember technical choices (such as language choices, newsletters, etc.) and to show you more relevant services and offers.

If you wish to consult the website of ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL, it is recommended to enable your cookies. Without enabled cookies, we may not be able to guarantee a smooth visit to our website. Of course, you are free to disable cookies in your browser.

We use cookies to improve your visit to our website. We only use safe cookies. The information we gather using the cookies help us identify eventual mistakes or show you specific services of which we think they might be relevant to you.  


Types of cookies used by ERASMUS HOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL

We distinguish the following types of cookies, according to their purposes:

Essential / Strictly necessary cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be disabled in our systems. They are usually only set up in response to your actions, such as setting up your privacy preferences, logging in or filling in forms. They are necessary for a good communication and they facilitate navigating (for example, returning to a previous page, etc.).

Non-essential cookies:

These cookies are not necessary for the website to function, but they do help us to offer an improved and personalized website.

Functional cookies:

These cookies enable the website to offer improved functionality and personalization. They can be set up by us or by external providers whose services we have added to our pages.

Analytical cookies:

With these cookies, we can track visits and traffic so that we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They help us to determine which pages are the most and the least popular and how visitors move through the site.

Targeting / advertising cookies:

These cookies can be set by our advertising partners via our site. They can be used by those companies to create a profile of your interests and show you relevant ads on other sites.

We use two types of cookies, namely our own functional cookies and cookies of carefully selected partners with whom we cooperate and who advertise our services on their website.

Carefully read our Privacy Policy for more information concerning the processing of personal data by ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL.

Management of cookies

Make sure that cookies are enabled in your web browser. To enable cookies, you need to follow these steps:

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, click Internet Options on the Tools menu.

On the Privacy tab, move the settings slider to "low" or "accept all cookies" (setting above "medium" turns off cookies).

Click OK.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

Click 'Firefox' in the top left corner of your browser and then click 'Options.'

On the "Privacy" tab, make sure the "Let me know that I do not want to be followed" is not checked.

Click OK.

In browser - Google Chrome

Click the three dots logo next to the URL bar in the upper right corner and click ‘Settings’.

Click ‘Advanced’.

Find the subsection of ‘Privacy and security’ and click ‘Content settings’.

Click on ‘Cookies’.

Then select ‘Allow sites to save and read cookie data’.

In browser – Safari

Click ‘Preferences’ in the taskbar. (You can find this in on the upper side of your screen).

Go to the ‘Privacy’ tab. Look for the section called ‘Cookies and other website data’.

Indicate that you allow cookies.

If you want to consult the website of ERASMUSHOGESCHOOL BRUSSEL, it is recommended you enable cookies. However, you are free to disable cookies in your browser settings if you wish to do so. You can do this by following the next steps:

In browser - Microsoft Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, select the Tools button and select Internet Options.

Select the Privacy tab, under Settings, move the slider upwards to block all cookies (or down to allow all cookies). Click OK.

In browser - Mozilla Firefox

Cookies settings are available in the Privacy pane of the Preferences window:

Click the menu button and select Options. Preferences.

Select the Privacy panel.

Set Firefox will: Use custom settings for history.

Set third party cookies to Never.

Close the page about: preferences. Changes you made will be automatically saved.

In browser - Google Chrome

Select More Settings in the browser toolbar.

Select Advanced at the bottom of the page.

Under "Privacy and Security," select Content Settings.

Select Cookies.

Enable Sites to save and read cookie data.

In browser - Safari

Choose Preferences from the task menu. (The taskbar is at the top right of the Safari window and looks like a gear or click Safari in the expanded taskbar.)

Click the Privacy tab. Find the section called "Cookies and other website data"

Indicate that you do not accept cookies.

Or consult the help-function of your internet browser to enable or disable cookies.

Rights of the users

Since cookies can constitute a processing of personal data, you are entitled to a legitimate and secure processing of those personal data. As a person affected by the processing of your personal data, you can exercise the following rights:

Right to objection: if there is a compelling and legitimate reason, you can object to the processing of personal data

Right to access: every affected person that can prove his/her identity, possesses the right to access the information about the possible processing of his personal data, the goals of such processing, the categories of data concerned in such processing and the categories of recipients of the data.

Right to rectification: incorrect or incomplete personal data can be corrected or even erased when requested by the person affected.

The exercise of these rights happens in accordance with the modalities as determined in our Privacy Policy.
If you still have any questions or comments concerning cookies after reading this Cookie Policy, you can always contact

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