We are committed to protecting your privacy and keeping you informed of how your information is used.
The University of Edinburgh (the “University”) is a charitable body registered in Scotland (registration number SC005336), incorporated under the Universities (Scotland) Acts. Development and Alumni (“we”) exists to support the University’s global community of students, former students (“alumni”), current and potential supporters, donors and other individuals, to develop mutually beneficial relationships; to provide services and opportunities to students, alumni, supporters and other individuals; to promote the development of alumni and other networks; and to fundraise in support of students, teaching, research and capital projects at the University, and for local community projects.
Developing an understanding of our alumni, current and potential supporters, donors and other individuals (“you”) through your personal data enables us to make better decisions, use our resources effectively and raise philanthropic gifts more efficiently; to support the University’s aim of delivering impact for society by discovering, developing and sharing knowledge that makes a difference locally, nationally and globally.
For data collected under this privacy notice, the University is the Data Controller (as that term is defined in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679)), registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office, Registration Number Z6426984.
This privacy notice uses “you” to mean any individual about whom we collect and hold personal data, including alumni, current and potential supporters, donors and other individuals.
Accessing your personal information
If you wish to request access to any of your personal data held by Development and Alumni, please use the University’s subject access request procedure.
Changes to this privacy notice
If you write to us in Gaelic, we may be using a third party translator to translate your message into English and our response back into Gaelic.
Ma sgrìobhas sibh litir no post-d thugainn sa Ghàidhlig, tha e comasach gun cleachd sinn eadar-theangair airson do theachdaireachd eadar-theangachadh bhon Ghàidhlig gu Beurla agus freagairt air ais dhan a’ Ghàidhlig.