Website help, terms & cookies
What are cookies?
Cookies are small pieces of data stored by your web browser on your computer when you visit a website. They will not contain any personal information about you.
Do cookies allow Plymouth University to see what I am doing online?
We cannot obtain information about who you are from this monitoring, just our audience behaviours and trends in that data. We use cookie information to monitor traffic, for example, numbers of visitors to a web page and where they go.
How do I change my cookie settings?
Social media tools on our websites allow users to share or bookmark web pages, using scripts that are not from the Plymouth University website. Further information on these types of cookie are available from the providers below.
Confidentiality and personal information
Your personal information entered on any of our website forms will be retained on the Plymouth University database for purposes of academic or statistical research. These details will not be made available outside the University. Unattributed personal comments may be used by the University for marketing purposes in publications or on our website. We use our best efforts to keep the data that we hold secure. All data is transmitted to our site at your own risk.
Freedom of information
Plymouth University has a commitment to openness and transparency and has always been concerned to make relevant information available wherever possible to individuals who may request it, subject to safeguarding the privacy of individuals and to legitimate considerations of national security, law enforcement and commercial interests where relevant. See Freedom of information.