The European Institute of Management (EIM) is committed to protect the privacy of its visitors in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation, adopted by the European Council on 8 April 2016 and came into effect on 25 May 2018, repealing and replacing the Data Protection Directive (Directive 95/46/EC). EIM also complies with Data Protection Act as part of Chapter 586 of the Laws of Malta which took effect on 28 May 2018, repeals, and replaces the previous Data Protection Act (Chapter 440 of the Laws of Malta), together with a set of subsidiary legislation regulating sector-specific data protection matters.
Access to information: EIM web servers automatically log each visit that they receive. This data contains information about your Internet address of the computer you are using, the type of browser and operating system you are using and the Internet address of the web site from which you came from. It also contains some connection information such as the page or service you are requesting and the date and time of the request. This information is used for the sole purpose of statistical information gathering and demographics relating to the EIM web site, and enables us to determine general visitor patterns and pathways within our pages. This statistical data is then fed back into future design and usability modifications made to the EIM web page.
Personal information: EIM may also collect personal information supplied through the use of web-based forms and surveys. This information will not be supplied to any third party, and will only be used for subsequent communications, if indicated by you, the user, at the time of submission. In submitting your personal information online, you are agreeing that EIM staff may use your details for the sole purpose of activities with EIM.
Email: If you contact the EIM by email, we keep a record of that correspondence for the purpose of your activities with EIM. We do not add any email addresses of those who communicate with EIM through email to any mailing databases, nor do we pass this to any third party.
Contact numbers: EIM may collect contact numbers through the use of web-based forms and surveys. In submitting your contact number/s online, you are agreeing that University staff may use your details solely for conducting the business of the University, and specifically for the purpose referred to on the web-based form or survey where the contact number/s are submitted.
The contact numbers will not be supplied to any third party, save in the circumstances where the University uses a service provider in order to supply the University alert service, in which event such third party shall be duly bound to keep such numbers confidential and use them only for the purpose of providing such service.