Malta University Holding Company
- MUTS is bound by law to follow all GDPR requirements.
- The following statements are provided on all application forms:
- The personal data requested hereunder is collected and processed by MUC Ltd in accordance with the provisions of Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR) and all other applicable privacy and data protection legislation, in furtherance of our legitimate business interest to effect your registration to this seminar and to organize the seminar effectively. To learn more about your rights and MUC’s processing of your personal data, please see our data privacy statement below.
- Data Privacy Statement
MUC requests, collects and processes your personal data to effect registration to our seminars, courses and/or events and to organize such events, including to close conference finances. We will retain the necessary data until we have collected all funds due, and we will also retain your contact details for marketing purposes, to update you about similar courses we offer from time to time, as well as about our other courses and/or services depending on your preferences indicated above. You may opt out of this correspondence at any time. Your personal data is accessible to MUC employees who are required to process it by virtue of their roles and responsibilities. We will not share it with third parties unless this is necessary for compliance with a legal obligation to which we are subject, unless this is necessary to protect your vital interests or the vital interests of third parties, unless this is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest, or unless you have given us your consent. You have the right to request access to your personal data that is held and processed by us, the right to request its rectification if it is inaccurate, the right to request data portability, and where applicable, the right to request restriction of processing or erasure of such data, and the right to object to our processing thereof. For further queries or concerns relating to MUC’s processing of your personal data, you are invited to contact our Data Protection Officer (firstname.lastname@example.org or +356 2340 3233). You are furthermore reminded of your right to lodge a complaint with the Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner, Malta.
- Data Controller
The Malta University Holding Company (MUHC)*, operating, through a number of subsidiaries (including MUC) in the educational, research, consulting, broadcasting, hospitality, sports and leisure sectors, is the data controller of personal data concerning visitors to its web pages (‘you’, ‘your’) collected or obtained through the use of such sites, and is committed to processing such data in accordance with all applicable data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679, ‘GDPR’) and the Data Protection Act (Chapter 586 Laws of Malta).
MUHC Reg No. C-20375
MUHC’s address :
Malta University Holding Company Ltd
c/o Malta University Residence
R Mifsud Bonnici Street
We at MUHC are committed to respect your privacy and keep your data secure and we take appropriate measures to protect your data against unauthorised or unlawful processing, including against accidental loss, destruction, storage or access.
- Data Protection Officer(DPO)
The University’s Data Protection Officer (who is also the DPO for MUHC group of companies) may be reached on email@example.com or +356 2340 3233, or at Room 261, Gateway Building, University of Malta.
- Processing of Personal Data
Personal data is any information that relates to an identified or identifiable living individual. Different pieces of information, which collected together can lead to the identification of a particular person, also constitute personal data.
Categories of Data Processed, Purpose of Processing, Legal Basis for Processing and Retention of Data
- Access/Download Information
MUHC also receives standard and anonymous information about the behaviour patterns of visitors to select its web pages through the Google Analytics service. This data contains the following information about you: the internet address of the computer you are using; the type of web browser and the operating system of the computer you are using; the internet address of the website, or domain name, of the website from you were referred; the page or the service you are requesting and the date and time of your request. It also contains the page or service you are requesting and the date and time of the request. This information is used solely for purposes of statistical information gathering and demographics relating to the MUHC website, and enables MUHC to determine general visitor patterns and pathways within our pages. This statistical data is then used to improve the design of MUHC web pages to make them more user friendly.
MUHC processes the above information in furtherance of its legitimate interests to understand general visitor patterns and pathways within its web pages and to maintain and enhance such web pages and the online service it offers to visitors to its website. This processing is based on Article 6 (1) (f) GDPR.
- E mail
If you contact MUHC or any of its subsidiaries by e mail, we keep a record of that correspondence for the purpose of conducting MUHC business. We do not add any e mail addresses of those who communicate with the MUHC through e mail to any mailing databases, unless specifically requested by the owner of the email address, nor do we pass this information to any third party.
- Registration and Payment Gateway
Cookies are small pieces of information downloaded to your computer or mobile device by a website, which are returned to the originating website on subsequent visits, or sent to other websites that recognised them. Cookies are used to enable websites to work, to enhance their efficiency and/or to provide information about users to website owners.
For more information about cookies used on MUHC web pages, as well as how to change your cookies settings, please click on the cookie banner at the bottom of any MUHC web page.
- Personal information provided in online submission forms (see section 11).
The MUHC collects and processes any personal information, including personal and contact details, and any corresponding request, that you submit to it through the appropriate submissions forms on any of its web pages. MUHC processes this information in the exercise of its official authority and for the performance of its tasks carried out to keep you updated of new developments at MUHC. This information is retained for as long as necessary in relation to the particular request.
Personal information is accessible to MUHC officials who are required to process it by virtue of their roles and responsibilities. Personal data is or may additionally be accessible to select third parties whose services are availed of by the University to support its business and operational functions. These include, IBIS Group (https://www.ibisgroup.eu/) as well as any third party engaged to provide dedicated technical services in relation to the design, maintenance and/or upkeep of the MUHC website.
MUHC does not otherwise disclose personal information concerning visitors to its web pages to third parties unless such disclosure is strictly required by law.
- Links to other websites
UM web pages may contain links to external websites. MUHC is not responsible for the content and/or practices of third-party websites. You are strongly advised to view the corresponding privacy policies in this regard.
- Your Rights
In accordance with all applicable data protection laws, and subject to all exceptions set out therein, you have the following rights:
- To request a confirmation as to whether MUHC is processing your personal data, and to request access to and a copy of any such data held and processed by MUHC and in the case of using the Payment Gateway by the University;
- To request that your data held and processed by MUHC are corrected if they are inaccurate or incomplete;
- Where applicable, to request that your data are erased;
- Where applicable, to request restriction of processing of your personal data;
- Where applicable, to request that your data are forwarded to a third party.
The right to object
Where processing of personal data is based on Article 6 (1) (e) or 6 (1) (f) GDPR, you have, subject to the conditions set out in Article 21 GDPR, a right to object to such processing. MUHC may refuse your objection if it has compelling legitimate reasons to do so as specified below:
MUHC only collects data when you:
- Apply to our courses
- All data required by the NCFHE/NSO to be able to apply for a course
- Includes Name/Surname/ID number/gender/DOB/Address/Email/Country of Origin/Requisite qualifications
- You can see this on https://pay.muhc.com.mt/courses/
- Choose to subscribe to our database to keep informed
Name and email
Queries and Concerns
To exercise any of your rights listed above, or if you have any concerns about the MUHC’s processing of your personal data, you are welcome to contact the University’s DPO on the contact details provided above. If you feel aggrieved by the MUHC’s processing of your personal data, you may lodge a complaint with the Office of the Information and Data Protection Commissioner (IDPC), Malta. The IDPC’s contact details are:
Address: Level 2, Airways House
Sliema SLM 1549
Telephone: (+356) 2328 7100
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