What are cookies?
This site, like most professional sites, contains cookies - small files that your computer downloads to help create a better online experience. On this page we explain what kind of information cookies collect, how we can use this information and why cookies should sometimes be saved. We will also show you how to prevent cookies from being saved, and what can damage or "break" the functionality of the site.
For general information on cookies, read Wikipedia's article on HTTP cookies.
How are cookies used?
Cookies are used for a number of reasons which we will explain in detail below. Unfortunately, in most cases there are no standard options by which cookies can be disabled, without disabling all the functionality and features they place on a site. If you are not sure whether or not you need them, it is recommended that you leave all cookies enabled in case they provide the service you use.
Cookies we place ourselves
This site offers a newsletter subscription service, and cookies can "remember" whether you are registered or whether certain notifications need to be displayed, which may be useful only to subscribed users or only to non-subscribed users..
After you submit data via forms similar to those found on the contact or login page, cookies may record user data for future written communication needs.
In special cases, reliable third party cookies are used. Here, we explain what type of third-party cookies you can find on our website.
This site uses Google Analytics, one of the most popular and reliable analytics solutions on the internet, which helps us understand how you use our site and how we can improve your experience. These cookies track, for example, the time spent on the site and pages visited, which helps us produce appropriate content that will capture your attention.
For more information about Google Analytics cookies, please visit the official Google Analytics page.
Third-party cookies monitor and measure visits to this site and help us create content that will interest you. These cookies track, for example, the time you spend on the site and the pages you visit, which helps to optimise the site and tailor it to your needs.
We also regularly test new features and make subtle changes to the way the site works. During the testing phase of new features, these cookies may be used to ensure your continued safe use of the site, while also letting us know what type of optimizations our site visitors prefer most.
Given that we sell services, it is very important to have a broader view of the statistics on the number of visitors to our site who have decided to enrol in our schools, which these cookies record. This is also important for you, as it means we can make accurate forecasts that will allow us to monitor advertising costs to give you the most convenient price possible.
Behavioural advertising cookies, which this site uses, allow us to provide you with the most relevant advertising whenever possible by tracking your interests and showing you only things that might be of interest to you.
We also use social media buttons and/or plugins on this site that allow you to connect to your accounts in different ways. In order for this to work, social networks, including Facebook and Instagram, place cookies through our site, which may optimize your profile on their sites/pages or contribute to data that is saved for a variety of reasons specified in the privacy policies of these networks.
With your consent, we may use email tracking technology to collect information about whether you have opened an email or clicked on a link within the email. We may also use Facebook pixel tracking within the email to help us personalize future marketing messages on the Facebook and Instagram platforms.
Google Marketing Platform / Analytics
If you visit certain pages on the site, the following data is stored:
Two bytes of the IP address of the user's login system
Information about the operating system of the accessing system
The site from which the user accessed our site
Subpages accessed from the accessed site
Length of stay on the site
Date and time of site visit
The information generated by these text files about how the site was used is transmitted to and stored on a Google server in the USA. Google will use this information to evaluate the use of the website, to compile reports on website activity for website operators and to provide other services relating to website activity and internet usage. If required by law to process this information on Google's behalf by third parties, Google will provide this information to third parties. Their use is anonymous and pseudonymous. More information can be found directly on Google.
If you don't want Google Analytics to have access to how you use the sites, as mentioned above, install an opt-out add-on in your browser.
For more information about the add-on, visit.
With Google Optimize we test different versions of the site via A/B testing to see which is best.
As Google Ads clients, we use Google Conversion Tracking, an analytics service provided by Google Inc. If you land on our site via a Google ad, Google Ads will set a cookie on your computer. These cookies are not used for personal identification and expire after 30 days. If you visit our site within 30 days and the cookie has not expired, we and Google can see that someone clicked on the ad and was redirected to our site. Each Google Ads advertiser has a different cookie. Thus, cookies cannot be tracked on advertiser sites. The information collected from conversion cookies is used to generate conversion rate statistics for advertisers who have opted in to conversion tracking. Thus, advertisers know the number of users who clicked on the ad and were redirected to a conversion-tagged page. However, they do not receive any personally identifiable information. If you do not want to participate in the tracking process, you can disable automatic cookie setting in your browser settings. You can also disable conversion tracking cookies by setting your browser to block cookies from the "googleadservices.com" domain. But remember that they do not receive any personally identifiable information. You can disable the automatic setting of cookies in your browser settings if you do not want to participate in the tracking process. You can also disable conversion tracking cookies by setting your browser to block cookies from the "googleadservices.com" domain.
Facebook Custom Audiences
We hope this topic is now clearer to you. As we have already said, if you are not sure whether you need any information, it is usually safer to leave cookies enabled, this is in case there is an interaction of cookies with one of the functions you need on our site.
However, if you need further information on this topic, do not hesitate to contact us.
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