Privacy Policy

About cookies

Our website uses cookies, as almost all websites do, to help provide you with the best experience we can. Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer or mobile phone and record specific interactions between you and this website, and in some cases, other websites.

This information is sometimes shared with the Cambridge Judge Business School, and in other cases, third parties. On this page, you’ll find more about the cookies we use, what they record and who the information is shared with.

Our cookies help us:

  • make our website work as you’d expect

  • remember your settings during and between visits

  • improve the speed/security of the site

  • allow you to share pages with social networks like Facebook

  • continuously improve our website for you.

How to control cookies set by us

The Cookie Control widget pops up the first time you visit our site and allows you to specify which types of cookies you are happy to accept.

There are certain necessary cookies that enable core functionality, such as caching and session tracking. The website cannot work properly without these cookies, which can only be disabled by changing your browser preferences. If you use this website you consent to these cookies.

However, the other cookie categories are optional:

Analytical cookies

Analytical cookies help us to improve our website by collecting and reporting information on its usage.

Functionality cookies

Functionality cookies enable tools such as live chat widgets and the ability to share our content on social media (or to see how many others have shared it).

Marketing cookies

Marketing cookies help us gauge the success of our marketing. In addition to limiting how often you see an ad, they also mean you see ads more relevant to you. They remember that you have visited our website, among others, and this information is shared with other organisations such as advertisers.

How to control third party cookies

Third party cookies that are set by someone other than us. For example, if you view a YouTube video that’s embedded on our site, YouTube may set a cookie on your browser, or if you share a link to our site via social media, that social media platform may set a cookie. We do not control these cookies so they are not affected by the cookie control widget; you have to use your browser settings to stop third party cookies being set.

We use Google Analytics to see how people use our website. This helps us improve it. The data we have is anonymised.

Disabling cookies completely

You can usually switch cookies off by adjusting your browser settings to stop it from accepting cookies. Doing so, however, will likely limit the functionality of this website as cookies are a standard part of most modern websites. Below are links to sources of guidance on how to do this in popular browsers.