Data Protection

The University of South Wales is registered as a data controller with the Information Commissioner’s Office.

The University undertakes to process personal information within the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998. In accordance with the Act, the University must provide the Information Commissioner with details of the processing of personal data carried out by the University through its formal registration (Reference No: Z6472800)

The University undertakes to maintain data in secure conditions and to process and disclose data only within the terms of its Data Protection notification.

The University’s Data Protection Policy details how personal information will be processed by the University and applies to employees, contractors, University partners and external collaborators and visitors who may be authorized to access personal data held by the institution.

The Fair Processing Notice for Enquirers details how information provided by enquirers is used and processed by the University

The Fair Processing Notice for Applicants details how applicant data is used and processed by the University of South Wales.

The Privacy/Fair Processing Notice for Students outlines how personal information provided by students will be processed and used by the University.

The Fair Processing Notice for University Employees provides information on the purposes for which information is processed and how it is used by the University.

Queries about Data Protection should be directed to:

Information Compliance
University of South Wales
CF37 1DL