Confidentiality, professional secrecy and security are core values of IESE University of Navarra, which commits to ensuring the privacy of the user or visitor at all times and in all interactions. IESE is also committed to not collecting unnecessary information about the User and handling personal information which the User may provide through our website with extreme care.
In accordance with Law 15/1999 on Personal Data Protection, and Royal Decree 1720/2007 implementation of the Personal Data Protection Act, we inform you that the use of certain services on our website requires that you provide certain personal data through registration forms or by sending email messages, and that these will be processed and incorporated into files owned and controlled by IESE. The voluntary submission of personal information constitutes explicit consent to the treatment of the same and its incorporation into our files, albeit revocable, without retroactive effect, and the acceptance of the handling conditions expressed below.
We also inform you that all our files are legally registered in the Personal Data General Registry of the Spanish Data Protection Agency.
The data we request are appropriate, relevant and strictly necessary for the purposes for which they are collected, and under no circumstances are you forced to provide them. All information requested in our forms must be provided to comply with the purpose of the request, except for forms marking required fields with an asterisk (*). You also certify that all information you provide is true, accurate and relevant to the purpose for which it is being requested.
Our website requests and receives personal data via various forms and through e-mail with the following purposes and destined for the following files:
• Management of our community of old alumni and enjoyment of the advantages of being a member of this community.
• Drafting, management, administration, execution, and development of all activity by IESE.
• Offering of services in coaching, professional guidance, and job board.
• Segmentation and creation of profiles, statistics, and surveys.
• Image and/or sound recording during the continuity sessions and events that IESE organizes in their facilities and maintenance of the historical photograph and data archive.
IESE reserves the right to decide whether or not to add your personal data to its files.
If you do not wish to receive our information and commercial mailings, or wish to withdraw your consent to the authorizations granted, and to exercise your rights of access, rectification, cancellation and opposition, you may write to
IESE -InfoDat-, Av. Pearson 21, 08034 Barcelona or email InfoDat@iese.edu, providing a copy of your National Identity Card (DNI) or passport.
Likewise, we wish to inform you that your compliance with the objectives laid out will result in the transfer of your data to the entities and organizations directly connected with the services rendered, to companies interested in the services of our students (job board), to the entities, schools and surrounding campuses of IESE, including those located in other countries, to offer information on their activities, news, courses and events of interest, as well as media outlets in charge of making rankings of business schools worldwide, mainly The Financial Times, Eduniversal, Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes and The Economist so that they can issue surveys. As a result, you expressly consent to the international transfer of your data to the IESE Business School —New York (United States)— or other countries where IESE may have a campus, and to the United States to draw up the rankings.
Likewise, we wish to inform you that the data that you voluntarily choose will be incorporated into the Alumni directory accessible from our website, and that this data will be public for all members of the community, as well as for those participating in the activities and events that you sign up for. The published data is based on what you voluntarily include on your personal and professional profile. The purpose of the Alumni directory is to foster relationships between its members, and it is expressly prohibited to use it for other purposes, especially commercial ones.
If you have provided us personal information about a third party or provide it to us in the future you must have informed said party of the stipulations herein and received approval prior to providing the data.
Likewise, unless we are otherwise informed at InfoDat@iese.edu, you expressly consent to have images (photo and video) captured of you during the course of academic programs and events in IESE facilities to be made public and be partially or totally used for non-profit purposes solely for IESE informational and promotional material such as brochures, ads, school magazines and newspapers, websites, blogs and school videos, without any time limitation.
In order to keep your personal information up-to-date, you must inform us of any changes. Otherwise, we will not be liable for the accuracy of the data on record. We assume that unless you deliberately cancel your personal data from our files you are still interested in being in our records so we can provide our services, send commercial information and maintain an archive of relationships with students in the future. Your data will be kept in our files until the person concerned explicitly asks for the data to be removed, even after the cancellation deadlines established by law, until IESE deems it appropriate and as long as it is appropriate for the established purposes.
In response to the trust placed in us and taking into account the importance of protection and confidentiality your personal data requires, IESE informs you that it has taken all necessary technical and organizational measures to safeguard the security of the same in compliance with the requirements of Royal Decree 1720/2007. Nevertheless, the user should be aware that Internet security measures are not infallible or foolproof, which is why IESE shall not be held liable for such situations and their consequences.
IESE assumes no liability for the processing of your personal data in the web pages which can be accessed through various links on our website, or the security measures adopted by any other webpage that links to ours.
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These cookies allow us to know if you have previously visited our site or, for example, your default city.
The loss of the information stored in a cookie for preferences can make the experience of the website less functional, but should not affect its operation.
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o Session state
These cookies keep the necessary information during the session and the changes associated with it, and also determine if you are registered or not in the web.
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These procedures are subject to updating or modification by the developers of browsers, so we cannot guarantee they adhere fully to the latest version available at every moment.
• Internet Explorer
In the menu "Tools & Internet Options", go to the "Privacy" tab, select the desired configuration and click the Advanced Settings button. Check the box "Override automatic cookie management". Mark the boxes 'Activate' or 'Block'. We recommend you enable the option "Always accept session cookies" to allow for an optimal navigation for our web site.
In the menu "Tools & options", go to the "Privacy" tab. Enables or disables the check box "Accept cookies from sites" or "say Web sites that I don't want to be traced," depending on the version of your browser. You can also delete cookies installed by clicking on the option "delete cookies individually".
In the menu "Tools & settings", go to the tab "Privacy & content settings". After selecting the option 'show advanced options', select your favorite cookies settings. If you don't want to allow their installation, you can select the option "block data from sites and third-party cookies".
In the "Tools & preferences" menu, go to the "Security" tab. In the menu 'Accept cookies' select the checkbox "Always" or "Never". If you have an iPhone, you will need to access "Settings > Safari" and there select whether or not you accept cookies.
If you use another browser, you can get more information about how to setup cookies through the help or assistance of your browser. If you need help to setup the cookies' configuration with your browser, please send us an e-mail to email@example.com and we will contact with you as soon as possible with the necessary information.