General

UCLL collects personal data in the context of its threefold mission – education, research and services – and of course also as a regular employer and contractor. UCLL values the protection of privacy. Below we explain which personal data we collect, why we collect them and for how long we store them, what the privacy rights are of those involved and how they can exercise them.

Who is the controller?

The controller responsible for the processing of personal data is:

  • VZW UC Leuven, with registered offices at Geldenaaksebaan 335, 3001 Heverlee, company number 0455.645.523 and VAT number BE 0455.645.523. Register of legal entities: Leuven.

or

  • VZW UC Limburg, with registered offices at Agoralaan, Building B, box 1, 3590 Diepenbeek, company number 0417.195.515 and VAT number BE 0417.195.515. Register of legal entities: Hasselt.

UC Leuven-Limburg, abbreviated as UCLL, is the brand name under which the non profit UC Leuven and the non profit UC Limburg operate in the form of a collaboration between two non profit organisations working as an operational whole. 

These non profit associations are the governing body of professional bachelor programmes and associate degree programmes offered by UCLL.

Policy

What personal data do we process?
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On what grounds do we process personal data?
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To what end do we use and for how long do we hold on to personal data?
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How do we deal with footage for educational purposes?
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How do we secure personal data?
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What are your privacy rights and how can you exercise them?
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How can I contact UCLL?

For more information on this privacy statement or for complaints relating to the processing of your personal data, you can contact the Data Protection Officer of the UCLL at privacy@ucll.be

Update?

UCLL may amend this privacy statement. We will of course communicate any changes to our privacy statement. Please check our website for the latest version of our privacy statement.

Version number 3 of 19 December 2019: adaptation due to the integration of associate degree programmes and amendment to the Companies and Associations Code.