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Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files which are placed on your computer when you visit a website. Cookies enable us to keep track of what you are ordering, to remember you when you return to our website so as to allow us to respond to you as an individual, and to analyse activity on our website (www.oxfordinternational.com) (the “Website”) to provide you with a better shopping experience. A cookie does not give us access to your computer. Nor do we store any information about you, other than the data that you choose to share with us.

Why do we set cookies?

Some cookies are necessary for the operation of the Website, others are optional but help us to provide you with a better experience. Overall, cookies help us provide you with a better Website experience, by enabling us to monitor which pages you find useful and which you do not. We categorise the cookies used on our website as follows:

Necessary – required for the operation of the website, including protecting the website from attack, and allowing you to place orders

Functional– these allow for a more tailored experience on the website, and allow for interaction with social media platforms or provide you with targeted advertising based on your online activity

Analytics – these help us to analyse data about web page traffic and improve our website to tailor it to customer needs; we only use this information for statistical analysis purposes

Where permitted by law, we may combine information we receive from other websites, mobile applications and sources, with information you give to us and information we collect about you, including cookie information.

By continuing to use our website (by clicking a link, Image or Navigation link) you will have been deemed to have agreed to our use of all cookies, subject to any preferences you may have indicated to us.

How can I manage my cookies?

You can manage your cookie settings here Customize

If cookies aren’t enabled on your computer, it will mean that your shopping experience on our website will be limited to browsing and researching.

How to clear browser cookies guide – Desktop

Chrome

1. In Chrome, Press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac) or CTRL-H then click ‘Clear Browsing Data’.

2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.

3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and other site and plugin data’.

4. Click on Clear Browsing Data.

Firefox

1. In Firefox, press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac).

2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.

3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies’

4. Click on Clear Now.

Internet Explorer 10+

1. In Internet Explorer, press CTRL-Shift-Delete.

2. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and Website Data’.

3. Click Delete.

Opera

1. In Opera, press CTRL-Shift-Delete (Windows), Command-Shift-Delete (Mac).

2. Select how far back you wish to remove browsing data from the dropdown.

3. Select from the list which types of browsing data to remove – to remove just cookies, select the option labelled ‘Cookies and other site data’.

4. Click Clear browsing data.

Safari 8.0+

1. In the top menu, click Safari, then click Preferences.

2. In the Preferences window, click the Advanced tab.

3. At the bottom of the window, select the Show Develop menu in menu bar checkbox.

4. Return to the Safari menu bar and click the Develop option.

5. Select the Empty Caches link.

How to clear browser cookies guide – Mobile

Safari (iOS)

1. Open your Settings app.

2. Tap ‘Safari’.

3. Tap ‘Clear History and Website Data’ and confirm.

4. Close Safari fully and re-open to finish.

Chrome (Android & iOS)

1. Tap Chrome menu, then tap Settings.

2. Tap (Advanced) Privacy.

3. From the “Time Range” drop-down menu, choose ‘All Time’.

4. Check ‘Cookies and Site data’ from the list of options on what to clear.

5. Tap ‘Clear Data’.

6. Close Chrome fully and re-open to finish.

Other Android Web Browsers
Note – these steps are intentionally broad to cover as many browsers as possible. You may find that some of the buttons mentioned below are different, in such instances, clicking ‘Clear Cache’ or ‘Clear Browsing Data’ options might provide the required result.

1. Visit Settings, and choose Apps (on some devices, this may be ‘Application Manager’).

2. Swipe to the ‘All’ tab.

3. In the list of installed apps, find and tap on your web browser application.

4. Tap ‘Clear Data’, then tap ‘Clear Cache’.

5. Close your web browser application fully and re-open to finish.

Cookie List

NameUseAvailibiltyProviderTypeRetention PeriodAdditional Info
Oxford International Cookies
_gat_gtag_UA_57479451_1Google AnalyticsThroughout the site.oxfordinternational.comPersistent1 hourThese cookies are added by Google Analytics Code.
_gid1 day
_ga2 years
cookielawinfo-checkbox-*Stores user cookie preference for each category.1 year 
viewed_cookie_policyStores user cookie consent 
cli_user_preference 
CookieLawInfoConsent 
resolutionStores user device resolutionSessionUntil browser window is open 
_fbpFacebook pixel cookie used for storing and tracking visits across websites.Persistent3 months 
Facebook
frEnables Facebook ad delivery or retargeting facebook.comPersistent3 months 
datr  6 months 
sbFacebook security cookie 2 years 
TheaccessPlatform
_fbpFacebook pixel cookie used for storing and tracking visits across websites. .theaccessplatform.comPersistent3 months 
Google Cookies
NIDThese cookies are used by Google to display personalized advertisements on Google sites, based on recent searches and previous interactions.Pages with Google Services.google.com 6 monthsAdded by Gravity forms recaptcha
1P_JAR  1 month

The cookie analysis was performed in Google Chrome’s incognito mode with third party cookies enabled. During cookie analysis no other website was opened except the one being analysed.

Users will likely see more cookies than the ones mentioned, if they have used/visited any of the sites of our third party providers such as Google, Facebook, and TheAccessPlatform.

Read more about privacy policy of our third party providers.

Consent Form for Photography and Video – Over 16s

Oxford International would like to take photographs and/or videos of you for promotional purposes. We may use these online and in printed format. For example, we may post a picture or video on social media or on one of our websites, or we may use a photo in a brochure. We will not use the images or videos for any purpose other than promotion of our services.

Before we can do this, we need your consent. In order to give your consent, please read this list of terms, complete and then sign the form. If you do not wish to give your consent, please do not sign the form.

I have read these terms and give my consent for Oxford International to take and use images and videos of me for the purposes of promoting its courses. I understand that:

  • Oxford International will own the copyright of the images and videos
  • The images and videos will be visible to the public
  • I can ask Oxford International to stop using my images and/or videos at anytime, in which case they will not be used in future publications but may continue to appear in print

How to Withdraw Consent

If you change your mind, you can withdraw your consent at any time by sending an email to protectingdata@oxfordinternational.com. In the email, please tell us your name, ID number and the date and location of the photo shoot. If your image is already in use, please also tell us where you have seen it.

For further details on how we use your information please click here.