Privacy and Cookie Policy

CSUC's website uses technology called "cookies" to improve the user experience. It also does this for analytical purposes to know the browsing habits within the page itself. Therefore CSUC can, among other things, count the number of visits to the website or remember the language selected by the user.

Below, we clearly and concisely detail the cookies used by our website

Basic information on cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are installed on computers from which you have access to our website. They can store the identification of the user who visits the website and the places they browse, as well as the duration of the visit and other browsing data. When the user (you in this case) visits us again, cookies are read to identify them and reset their preferences or browsing settings.

What do cookies do?

Cookies do not personally identify you and pose no risk to your computer or mobile device. They are not viruses or spyware. They are simply tools used for websites with the aim of improving navigation, identifying and resolving possible errors.

How to manage or remove cookies

The use of cookies can be removed, blocked or disabled at any time by changing your browser settings, which will allow you to reject the installation of all cookies or only some in particular. Deleting all cookies from this website via the browser will also clear the configuration options you have chosen for our cookies.

Blocking the use of cookies in your browsing may make some services or features of the website unavailable.

You can find information on how to manage the use of cookies depending on the browser you use in:

Identification of used cookies

Name Type Description Duration
JSESSIONID Necessary Used by sites written in JSP. General purpose platform session cookies that are used to maintain users' state across page requests. Session

With regard to Google Analytics, the Google website has a page where you can see a description of the type of cookies used by Google Analytics and their expiration date:

Third-party cookies 

Some of our pages may display content from external providers. For example, from Youtube, Twitter, LinkedIN, SlideShare or Facebook.

If you accept third-party cookies, and later want to delete them permanently, you will need to do so from your browser options.

These third party services are beyond the control of our organization. Suppliers may, at any time, change their conditions of service, purpose and use of cookies, etc.