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IBAT College very are excited about our upcoming Graduation, this year’s graduation is a morning event and will take place on Wednesday 6th December 2017 in the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel. Over 150 of our undergraduate and postgraduate students will be conferred.Some very useful information around the Graduation event is available on from the button below
We now have an additional campus building at number 60-63 Dawson Street, less than a two minute walk from Saint Stephen’s Green and Grafton Street, Dublin city centre’s main shopping thoroughfare. The Dawson Street campus will house the English Language School at IBAT College Dublin.
We are delighted to announce that Arden University will be offering students the unique opportunity to study three of its Masters programmes in IBAT College Dublin from this October. These industry relevant programmes are delivered both full-time and part-time and students can choose between the MSc in Project Management, MSc Data Analytics and Marketing or the MSc IT Security Management.
We are proud to announce an exciting new partnership with Code Institute who are dedicated to bridging the coding skills gap and the conversation gap between developers and non-technical professionals. The course has been designed for aspiring coders and technical upskillers can benefit from Code Institute’s accelerated, accredited courseware, enhanced by IBAT College Dublin’s classroom engagement expertise and state-of-the-art Temple Bar facilities. We are currently enrolling for student for the February 2018 courses
We are excited to announce a recent development for IBAT College Dublin, which is now owned by Global University Systems B.V. (“GUS”), a global education group made up of a number of prestigious institutions, offering a broad range of professional, vocational, graduate and postgraduate programmes to c.45,500 students each year from around 150 countries.
Are you interested in bringing your knowledge of Digital Marketing to the next level? IBAT College Dublin has partnered with the Digital Marketing Institute to deliver classroom DMI accredited courses including part-time Professional Diploma courses in Digital Marketing and Digital and Social Selling. Apply now for February 2018 courses.
GDPR strives for greater data protection harmonisation throughout the EU, marking an end to fragmented data protection rules and enhancing freer movement of data within the EU. Having a single uniform law that’s fit for purpose will assist the EU meet the demands of the digital era.
GDPR imposes additional obligations on businesses and strengthens your rights regarding your data.
Due to the changes in these regulations IBAT wishes to keep you informed on:
We collect information about you in order to operate our business. What follows is information about what we collect, how this data is processed and shared. It also explains your rights under data protection law in relation to how we process your data.
If you are enrolling as a student, we also may also collect other personal data (such as information regarding your health (so that, as necessary, we can make appropriate accommodation for you)
We use the information to process your requests, review and confirm your qualifications, provide you with our courses, programmes, services, materials and products and otherwise to contact you. We also may provide you with promotional materials about our services and products. The College may also contact you in relation to Open Events and other related information/programmes that may be of interest to you via the email address and/or contact number provided.
The following are the types of personal data we process in relation to you in order to conduct our business.
In most cases the data is offered voluntarily by you the student / staff member through enquiries, application forms, contracts and other forms of interaction. There are certain times when information is provided to us by third parties on your behalf, for example;
We need to process data to provide you with our service and to enable us to operate the College. We also require data to fulfil our role as an employer. In all cases there must be an appropriate legal basis for the processing of such data. Article 6.1 of the GDPR outlines the six legal bases for processing data. IBAT processes your data on the following bases;
If we provide information to any third party we require them to;
In addition, we will restrict the information disclosed to them. The information that is disclosed is enough only to facilitate our service.
Please note we do not store credit card details or payment information with any 3rd parties.
We may need to process and store your information in countries outside the EU (which are not subject to EU Data Protection laws), including without limitation, your country of residence, the country in which you plan to study or other countries where we have offices or service providers (including the United States). By providing your information to us, you consent to transfer of your information to these other countries.
Data is retained in accordance with the College Data Retention Schedule (Associated Policy 1.10) available upon request. Data is retained to meet statutory and regulatory obligations, to manage our business, and to defend any potential legal action.
If you have any queries relating to how the College processes your data please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner (ODPC). Further details about data protection, your rights and how to lodge a complaint can be found on the ODPC website, www.dataprotection.ie
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