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Privacy Policy

Information Request

Who are your personal data controllers?

The data controllers will be all those entities of the EUROPA EDUCATION GROUP that can provide you information on the academic programme requested by you:

  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE VALENCIA, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-97934467 and with registered address at Paseo de la Alameda 7, 46010 Valencia.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE CANARIAS, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-57257263 and with registered address at C/ Inocencio García Feo 1 Casa Salazar, 38300 La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
  • INSTITUCION ARTÍSTICA DE ENSEÑANZA IADE, S.L. with tax ID no. B-06988380 and with registered address at C/ Claudio Coello, 48 28001, Madrid.

Hereinafter and jointly the ENTITY or the University.

For all of them the data controller is UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.

The University has formally appointed a Data Protection Officer and enabled the following communication channel dpo@universidadeuropea.es and dpo@iade.es, to whom you may, indistinctly, make any query in relation to the processing of your personal data.

How do we obtain your personal data?

To answer this question, a differentiation needs to be made between the sources from which your personal data come and the type of personal data processed by the University:

A) Sources from which the personal data come.

  • Provided by you in relationships you establish with the University.
  • The actual management, maintenance and development of the relationship.

B) Types of personal data.

  • Identification data.
  • Personal data.
  • Social circumstances data.

What data is processed, for what purpose and on what legitimate basis?

At the University we process your personal data to achieve the purposes detailed below:

PURPOSE 1. Management and maintenance of information services.

Purpose: to initiate, manage and maintain the information services requested by the user on the range of products and services offered by the data controller.

Type of data: Identifying data, contact data and social circumstances data.

Basis of legitimacy: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent to the processing of his or her personal data; where applicable, GDPR - art. 6.1.b) the processing is necessary for the implementation at the request of the data subject of pre-contractual measures.

PURPOSE 2. Sending of commercial communications from the ENTITY. 

  • Purpose: Sending of advertising, promotional information or information that may be of interest to you regarding our academic programme by postal mail, email, SMS, messaging applications (WhatsApp, Telegram, Line, etc.) and other means of electronic communication of the University, about its services;
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

PURPOSE 3. Preparation of profiles and segmentation for marketing purposes through internal sources. 

  • Purpose: Preparation of profiles through marketing studies and statistical and segmentation techniques and procedures that make it possible to make improvements and choose products and services suited to your characteristics and needs, through internal sources;
  • Type of data: Identification data, personal data and social circumstances data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

PURPOSE 4. Compliance with applicable regulations. 

  • Purpose: Compliance with those legal obligations imposed on the University in any order. The above may entail, depending on the case, responding to judicial and administrative orders.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - 6.1.c) Processing necessary to comply with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller.

To which recipients will your personal data be communicated?

The personal data processed by the University to achieve the purposes detailed above will not be communicated to companies outside the EUROPA EDUCATION GROUP.

How long do we keep your data for?

Personal data will be kept as long as you have not exercised your right of erasure, and will be kept considering the legal terms that apply in each specific case, the type of data and the purpose of the processing.

The data will subsequently be blocked during the legally established periods to assume any liability resulting from the processing.

What are your rights in relation to our processing of your data?

The University informs you that you have the right to access your personal data and obtain confirmation of how these data are being processed. Likewise, you have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the University.

In certain circumstances, you may request the limitation of the processing of your data, in which case the University will only keep them for the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Likewise, you may oppose the processing of your personal data for the purpose informed by the University.  In this case, the University will stop processing personal data, unless there are legitimate reasons not to, or to guarantee the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Finally, you may request the right to portability and obtain for yourself or for another service provider certain information arising from the contractual relationship entered into with the Entity.

You may exercise these rights, indistinctly, by:

  • Writing to UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID S.A.U. at its registered address, located in calle Tajo s/n, 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid).
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@universidadeuropea.es
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@iade.es

In any of the means, it is necessary to reliably prove the identity of the person exercising their rights.

The University will provide you with the information requested within a maximum period of one month from receipt of the request. This term may be extended by another two months if necessary, considering the complexity and number of requests.

You may withdraw consent at any time, if consent has been granted for a specific purpose, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

You may file a claim with the competent Control Authority regarding data protection. However, in the first instance, you may file a claim with the Data Protection Officer, who will resolve the claim within a maximum of two months.

Enrolment application

Who is your personal data controller?

The data controller will be the entity of the EUROPA EDUCATION GROUP, where your enrolment has been managed:

  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE VALENCIA, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-97934467 and with registered address at Paseo de la Alameda 7, 46010 Valencia.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE CANARIAS, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-57257263 and with registered address at C/ Inocencio García Feo 1 Casa Salazar, 38300 La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
  • INSTITUCION ARTÍSTICA DE ENSEÑANZA IADE, S.L. with tax ID no. B-06988380 and with registered address at C/ Claudio Coello, 48 28001, Madrid.

Hereinafter and jointly the ENTITY or the University.

The data controller will act individually and exclusively, depending on the University you choose.

For all of them the data controller is UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.

The University has formally appointed a Data Protection Officer and enabled the following communication channel dpo@universidadeuropea.es and dpo@iade.es, to whom you may, indistinctly, make any query in relation to the processing of your personal data.

How do we obtain your personal data?

To answer this question, a differentiation needs to be made between the sources from which your personal data come and the type of personal data processed by the ENTITY:

A) Sources from which the personal data come.

  • Provided by you in relationships you establish with the ENTITY.
  • The actual management, maintenance and development of the relationship.

B) Types of personal data.

  • Identification data.
  • Personal data
  • Social circumstances data.
  • Academic data
  • Economic and financial data

What data is processed, for what purpose and on what legitimate basis?

In the ENTITY we process your personal data to fulfil the purposes outlined below:

PURPOSE 1. Management of the relationship between you and the ENTITY.

  • Purpose: Process, maintain, develop, manage and control the existing relationships between you and the ENTITY:
  • Academic management of students.
  • Admission management of students.
  • Management of student records.
  • Student card.
  • Management of University’s mobile application.
  • Type of data: Identification data, personal data, social circumstances data, academic data and economic and financial data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.b) Processing necessary for the development and carrying out of the relationship entered into with you.

PURPOSE 2. Management of activities from the University. 

  • Purpose: Management of activity from the University (volunteering, sports, Student Ombudsman, Professional Careers department, etc.).
  • Type of data: Identification data, personal data, social circumstances data, academic data and economic and financial data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.b) Processing necessary for the development and carrying out of the relationship entered into with you.

PURPOSE 3. Image recording during work sessions on the virtual campus. 

  • Purpose: Recording of the image in the work sessions on the virtual campus for teaching purposes, if you have consented.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

PURPOSE 4. Sending of commercial communications from the ENTITY based on the evaluation of your profile through internal sources.

  • Purpose: Sending of advertising, promotional information or information that may be of interest to you by postal mail, email, SMS, messaging applications (WhatsApp, Telegram, Line, etc.) and other means of electronic communication from the ENTITY, about its services; All of which based on the preparation of profiles through marketing studies and statistical and segmentation techniques and procedures that make it possible to make improvements and choose products and services suited to your characteristics and needs, through internal sources;
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes. GDPR – art. 6.1.f) The processing is necessary to satisfy legitimate interests pursued by the data controller.

PURPOSE 5. Sending of commercial communications from the ENTITY once the relationship with it has ended.

  • Purpose: Sending of advertising, promotional information or information that may be of interest to you by postal mail, email, SMS and other electronic means of communication from the ENTITY, once your relationship as a student with the University has ended, if you have consented.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes.

PURPOSE 6. Compliance with applicable regulations. 

  • Purpose: Compliance with those legal obligations imposed on the University in any order. The above may entail, depending on the case, responding to judicial and administrative orders.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - 6.1.c) Processing necessary to comply with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller.

To which recipients will your personal data be communicated?

Personal data processed by the ENTITY to fulfil the above-mentioned purposes may be communicated to the following recipients depending on the legitimate basis of the communication.

By virtue of the above, the following data communications seek to guarantee the correct development of the contractual relationship, as well as to comply with legal obligations that require the aforementioned communications:

  • Regional, state, European or international Public Organisations and Administrations.
  • Financial managers, information about academic results, if you have consented.
  • Issuing entity of the university degree.

How long do we keep your data for?

Personal data will be kept during the term of the agreement and, afterwards, as long as you have not exercised your right of erasure, and will be kept considering the legal terms that apply in each specific case, the type of data and the purpose of the processing.

The data will subsequently be blocked during the legally established periods to assume any liability resulting from the processing.

What are your rights in relation to our processing of your data?

The ENTITY informs you that you have the right to access your personal data and obtain confirmation on how these data are being processed. Likewise, you have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the ENTITY.

In certain circumstances, you may request the limitation of the processing of your data, in which case the ENTITY will only keep them for the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Likewise, in certain circumstances, you may oppose the processing of your personal data for the purpose informed by the ENTITY. In this case, the ENTITY will stop processing personal data, unless there are legitimate reasons not to, or to guarantee the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Finally, you may request the right to portability and obtain for yourself or for another service provider certain information arising from the contractual relationship entered into with the Entity.

You may exercise these rights by:

  • Writing to UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID S.A.U. at its registered address, located in calle Tajo s/n, 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid).
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@universidadeuropea.es
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@iade.es.

In any of the means, it is necessary to reliably prove the identity of the person exercising their rights.

The ENTITY will provide you with the information requested within a maximum period of one month from receipt of the request. This term may be extended by another two months if necessary, considering the complexity and number of requests.

You may withdraw consent at any time, if consent has been granted for a specific purpose, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

You may file a claim with the competent Control Authority regarding data protection. However, in the first instance, you may file a claim with the Data Protection Officer, who will resolve the claim within a maximum of two months.

Direct Debit Request

Who is your personal data controller?

The data controller will be the entity of the EUROPA EDUCATION GROUP, where your enrolment has been managed:

  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE VALENCIA, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-97934467 and with registered address at Paseo de la Alameda 7, 46010 Valencia.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE CANARIAS, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-57257263 and with registered address at C/ Inocencio García Feo 1 Casa Salazar, 38300 La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
  • INSTITUCION ARTÍSTICA DE ENSEÑANZA IADE, S.L. with tax ID no. B-06988380 and with registered address at C/ Claudio Coello, 48 28001, Madrid.

Hereinafter and jointly the ENTITY or the University.

The data controller will act individually and exclusively, depending on the University you choose.

For all of them the data controller is UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.

The University has formally appointed a Data Protection Officer and enabled the following communication channel dpo@universidadeuropea.es and dpo@iade.es, to whom you may, indistinctly, make any query in relation to the processing of your personal data.

How do we obtain your personal data?

To answer this question, a differentiation needs to be made between the sources from which your personal data come and the type of personal data processed by the ENTITY:

A) Sources from which the personal data come.

  • Provided by you in relationships you establish with the ENTITY.
  • The actual management, maintenance and development of the relationship.

A) Types of personal data.

  • Identification data.
  • Personal data
  • Economic-financial data.

What data is processed, for what purpose and on what legitimate basis?

In the ENTITY we process your personal data to fulfil the purposes outlined below:

PURPOSE 1. Management of payments resulting from the relationship between you and the ENTITY.

  • Purpose: Process, maintain, develop, manage and control the existing relationships between you and the ENTITY, specifically payment management.
  • Type of data: Identification data, personal data, social circumstances data, academic data and economic and financial data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.b) Processing necessary for the development and carrying out of the relationship entered into with you.

PURPOSE 2. Sending of commercial communications from the ENTITY based on the evaluation of your profile through internal sources.

  • Purpose: Sending of advertising, promotional information or information that may be of interest to you by postal mail, email, SMS, messaging applications (WhatsApp, Telegram, Line, etc.) and other means of electronic communication from the ENTITY, about its services; All of which based on the preparation of profiles through marketing studies and statistical and segmentation techniques and procedures that make it possible to make improvements and choose products and services suited to your characteristics and needs, through internal sources;
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes. GDPR – art. 6.1.f) The processing is necessary to satisfy legitimate interests pursued by the data controller.

PURPOSE 3. Compliance with applicable regulations. 

  • Purpose: Compliance with those legal obligations imposed on the University in any order. The above may entail, depending on the case, responding to judicial and administrative orders.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - 6.1.c) Processing necessary to comply with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller.

To which recipients will your personal data be communicated?

Personal data processed by the ENTITY to fulfil the above-mentioned purposes may be communicated to the following recipients depending on the legitimate basis of the communication.

  • Regional, state, European or international Public Organisations and Administrations.
  • Financial institutions for managing collections and payments.

By virtue of the above, the following data communications seek to guarantee the correct development of the contractual relationship, as well as to comply with legal obligations that require the aforementioned communications.

How long do we keep your data for?

Personal data will be kept during the term of the agreement and, afterwards, as long as you have not exercised your right of erasure, and will be kept considering the legal terms that apply in each specific case, the type of data and the purpose of the processing.

The data will subsequently be blocked during the legally established periods to assume any liability resulting from the processing.

What are your rights in relation to our processing of your data?

The ENTITY informs you that you have the right to access your personal data and obtain confirmation on how these data are being processed. Likewise, you have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the ENTITY.

In certain circumstances, you may request the limitation of the processing of your data, in which case the ENTITY will only keep them for the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Likewise, in certain circumstances, you may oppose the processing of your personal data for the purpose informed by the ENTITY. In this case, the ENTITY will stop processing personal data, unless there are legitimate reasons not to, or to guarantee the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Finally, you may request the right to portability and obtain for yourself or for another service provider certain information arising from the contractual relationship entered into with the Entity.

You may exercise these rights by:

  • Writing to UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID S.A.U. at its registered address, located in calle Tajo s/n, 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid).
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@universidadeuropea.es
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@iade.es.

In any of the means, it is necessary to reliably prove the identity of the person exercising their rights.

The ENTITY will provide you with the information requested within a maximum period of one month from receipt of the request. This term may be extended by another two months if necessary, considering the complexity and number of requests.

You may withdraw consent at any time, if consent has been granted for a specific purpose, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

You may file a claim with the competent Control Authority regarding data protection. However, in the first instance, you may file a claim with the Data Protection Officer, who will resolve the claim within a maximum of two months.

Admission Application

Who is your personal data controller?

The data controller will be the entity of the EUROPA EDUCATION GROUP, where the admission application has been managed:

  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE VALENCIA, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-97934467 and with registered address at Paseo de la Alameda 7, 46010 Valencia.
  • UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE CANARIAS, S.L.U., with tax ID no. B-57257263 and with registered address at C/ Inocencio García Feo 1 Casa Salazar, 38300 La Orotava, Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
  • INSTITUCION ARTÍSTICA DE ENSEÑANZA IADE, S.L. with tax ID no. B-06988380 and with registered address at C/ Claudio Coello, 48 28001, Madrid.

Hereinafter and jointly the ENTITY or the University.

The data controller will act individually and exclusively, depending on the University you choose.

For all of them the data controller is UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID, S.A.U., with tax ID no. A-79122305 and with registered address at C/ Tajo s/n 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón, Madrid.

The University has formally appointed a Data Protection Officer and enabled the following communication channel dpo@universidadeuropea.es and dpo@iade.es, to whom you may, indistinctly, make any query in relation to the processing of your personal data.

How do we obtain your personal data?

To answer this question, a differentiation needs to be made between the sources from which your personal data come and the type of personal data processed by the ENTITY:

A) Sources from which the personal data come.

  • Provided by you in relationships you establish with the ENTITY.
  • The actual management, maintenance and development of the relationship.

A) Types of personal data.

  • Identification data.
  • Personal data
  • Social circumstances data.
  • Academic data

What data is processed, for what purpose and on what legitimate basis?

In the ENTITY we process your personal data to fulfil the purposes outlined below:

PURPOSE 1. Management of admission application.

  • Purpose: Process, maintain, develop, manage and control the existing relationships between you and the ENTITY, specifically the admission application.
  • Type of data: Identification data, personal data, social circumstances data and academic data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.b) Processing necessary for the development and carrying out of the relationship entered into with you.

PURPOSE 2. Sending of commercial communications from the ENTITY based on the evaluation of your profile through internal sources.

  • Purpose: Sending of advertising, promotional information or information that may be of interest to you by postal mail, email, SMS, messaging applications (WhatsApp, Telegram, Line, etc.) and other means of electronic communication from the ENTITY, about its services; All of which based on the preparation of profiles through marketing studies and statistical and segmentation techniques and procedures that make it possible to make improvements and choose products and services suited to your characteristics and needs, through internal sources;
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - art. 6.1.a) The data subject gives express and explicit consent for the processing of their personal data for one or more specific purposes. GDPR – art. 6.1.f) Processing is necessary to satisfy legitimate interests pursued by the data controller.

PURPOSE 3. Compliance with applicable regulations. 

  • Purpose: Compliance with those legal obligations imposed on the University in any order. The above may entail, depending on the case, responding to judicial and administrative orders.
  • Type of data: Identification data and personal data.
  • Legitimate basis: GDPR - 6.1.c) Processing necessary to comply with a legal obligation applicable to the data controller.

To which recipients will your personal data be communicated?

Personal data processed by the ENTITY to fulfil the above-mentioned purposes may be communicated to the following recipients depending on the legitimate basis of the communication.

  • Regional, state, European or international Public Organisations and Administrations.
  • Financial institutions for managing collections and payments.
  • Issuing entity of the university degree.

By virtue of the above, the following data communications seek to guarantee the correct development of the contractual relationship, as well as to comply with legal obligations that require the aforementioned communications.

How long do we keep your data for?

Personal data will be kept as long as you have not exercised your right of erasure, and will be kept considering the legal terms that apply in each specific case, the type of data and the purpose of the processing.

The data will subsequently be blocked during the legally established periods to assume any liability resulting from the processing.

What are your rights in relation to our processing of your data?

The ENTITY informs you that you have the right to access your personal data and obtain confirmation on how these data are being processed. Likewise, you have the right to request the rectification of inaccurate data or, where appropriate, request its erasure when, among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was collected by the ENTITY.

In certain circumstances, you may request the limitation of the processing of your data, in which case the ENTITY will only keep them for the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Likewise, in certain circumstances, you may oppose the processing of your personal data for the purpose informed by the ENTITY. In this case, the ENTITY will stop processing personal data, unless there are legitimate reasons not to, or to guarantee the exercise or defence of possible claims.

Finally, you may request the right to portability and obtain for yourself or for another service provider certain information arising from the contractual relationship entered into with the Entity.

You may exercise these rights by:

  • Writing to UNIVERSIDAD EUROPEA DE MADRID S.A.U. at its registered address, located in calle Tajo s/n, 28670 Villaviciosa de Odón (Madrid).
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@universidadeuropea.es
  • Sending an email to the address dpo@iade.es.

In any of the means, it is necessary to reliably prove the identity of the person exercising their rights.

The ENTITY will provide you with the information requested within a maximum period of one month from receipt of the request. This term may be extended by another two months if necessary, considering the complexity and number of requests.

You may withdraw consent at any time, if consent has been granted for a specific purpose, without this affecting the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent prior to its withdrawal.

You may file a claim with the competent Control Authority regarding data protection. However, in the first instance, you may file a claim with the Data Protection Officer, who will resolve the claim within a maximum of two months.