Users of DTU’s web site are completely anonymous. No data are registered that may be used to identify you, unless you actively enter those with the purpose of eg. registering for participation in meetings.

No data are given to — or sold to — external parties.

DTU’s web site uses cookies in order to provide the University with valuable information which we use to improve the web site. A directive from the EU requires that all web sites that uses cookies must inform the users about this, thus allowing the user the option of not accepting the cookies.

Since the use of cookies is an essential part of the functionality on our web site, we ask you to please peruse the following information carefully.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your hard disk when you visit DTU’s web site. We use this information to better understand the use of the various pages of the site. This is done with the sole purpose of improving the user’s experience with the site.

The recorded data are only used in an aggregated form.

Cookies cause no harm to your computer, but if you wish to block the use of cookies you can do this in your browser. This may cause a number of pages to be displayed incorrectly and a number of functions will not work properly.

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We use the following cookies on our web site:

  • SiteAnalyse
  • Google Analytics
  • Session Cookies

How are cookies deleted?

If you do not want cookies on your computer you can delete them (click here to see how).

However, we sincerely hope that you will not delete them. Cookies are a valuable tool in our efforts to continuously improve the web site and offer our users the best service possible.
22 AUGUST 2019