Nord University's web team is responsible for Nord University's processing of personal data at nord.no and site.nord.no, unless otherwise specified below. It is voluntary for users of our websites to provide personal data in connection with services, such as personalised marketing and collection of user statistics. The legal basis for processing of personal data is consent from the individual user, unless otherwise specified.
Bouvet is Nord University's data processer and our supplier of web development services for nord.no. SiteImprove is Nord University's data processor and our supplier of analytics and quality control for nord.no. S360 is Nord University's data processor and our supplier of digital marketing services, including personalised marketing.
The data collected in connection with management of our websites is stored on Nord's servers. The data collected for analysis and quality control of our website nord.no is stored on SiteImprove's servers. Data processor agreements between Nord University and Bouvet, Nord University and SiteImprove, and Nord University and S360 govern which information the supplier has access to and how the supplier may process information.
Cookies are small text files that are placed on your device when you download a website. Some cookies are essential in order for the website to function properly, while others fullfil non-essential functions such as analytics and marketing purposes.
Read more about each of these purposes below.
Nord University collects anonymised data about visitors to nord.no. The purpose of data collection is to generate statistics that we use to improve and further develop information on the website. Statistics can tell us more about how many users visit different pages, the length of users' visits, which websites users come from, and which web browsers users have.
These data are processed in anonymised and aggregated form. With anonymised we mean that we can not trace the data we collect back to individual users. We collect the entire IP address, but the IP address is anonymised so that only the first three groups of the entire IP number are used to generate statistics. In addition, IP addresses are processed at an aggregated level, meaning that the data are combined into groups and not processed at any individual level.
Nord University uses SiteImprove and Google Analytics for analytics on our websites.
We use the following cookies on nord.no and blogg.nord.no in connection with analytics and site optimalisation:
- Analytics tool SiteImprove (_cfduid, nmstat) places two cookies on your computer in order to help us generate statistics. These cookies are removed after 1 year.
- Analytics tool Google Analytics (_ga, _gid, _gat) places three cookies on your computer in order to help us generate statistics and in order to optimise the website's response rate.
With your consent, Nord University would like to show you customised ads on other websites that you visit. We do this by using Google Tag Manager. This tool allows us to show you ads about current study programme offerings, seminars, lectures, etc. that we think may be of interest to you as a user of the university's websites.
We need your consent in order to use your information for personalised marketing. You may revoke or withdraw your consent at any time by changing the settings in your browser.
The following cookies are used on nord.no and blogg.nord.no for personalised marketing purposes.
Nord University uses Snap Pixel to personalise its marketing by tracking traffic from Snapchat to the website nord.no. We do this to measure how our posts on Snapchat generate traffic to the website. Snap Pixel is installed through Google Tag Manager. You can read more here about how Snapchat handles your privacy
Google remarketing and Google Ads
Nord University uses remarketing from Google Ads to get in touch with people who have previously interacted with the nord.no website. This means that past visitors can receive relevant ads from Nord University on other websites. By using the website nord.no you agree that Google processes information about you. You can customise your Google ad settings yourself.
Google Tag Manager and AdWords (_gac) places a cookie on your computer to provide campaign-related information. The cookie is deleted after 90 days.
Most browsers (Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, etc.) are set to accept cookies automatically. You can, however, block all or some types of cookies. You can also remove previously saved cookies. Use your browser's help function to adjust your cookies settings.
Cookies are er small text files that are placed on your device when you download a website.