We value your privacy. Information relating to individuals is collected and used in accordance with the GDPR. As a rule, all data submitted to EMLE is only used for the purposes of the EMLE program, namely the admission to and teaching and improvement of EMLE courses. Data collected in this way is only made available to the partner universities and their technical staff. In addition, the personal data of students admitted to the programme (i.e. proposed for a scholarship, put on the reserve list, or enrolled on a self-paying basis) may be used for the purposes of evaluating the Erasmus Mundus Programme and will be made available to the Agency, the EM National Structures, the EU Delegations and the Erasmus Mundus Student and Alumni Association, acting as stakeholders of the programme. Please note that this website also provides links to third party sites. We encourage you to review their respective privacy policies since the EMLE has no influence on those third parties.
The European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA), in the context of managing the Erasmus Mundus Joint Masters, collects and processes the personal data of some of the candidates. In particular, certain data of the scholarship holders and non-scholarship holders is shared with the Agency and treated according to this privacy statement.
On EMLE’s instructions, third parties may provide certain parts of the services for the implementation of an agreement. We reach agreements with these organizations to ensure that personal data are treated with care and in confidence. These agreements are contractually recorded in data processing and other agreements. If parties are based outside the European Economic Area (EEA), additional and appropriate safeguards will be put in place. Your personal data are not hired or sold to third parties. EMLE provides personal data to enforcement authorities or fraud control organizations if this is necessary to comply with statutory obligation.
EMLE does not keep your data longer than is strictly necessary to realize the purposes for which the data were gathered. Among other things, EMLE observes the retention periods provided for in the Dutch Public Records Act (elaborated in the Basic Selection Document for University Education (BSD) of University Education 1985 and in the Selection List for Universities and University Medical Centres 2020), as well as other legislation, for instance tax and labour legislation. If you choose to exercise any of your rights, this may affect the retention period observed for your personal data.
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