Cookies and cookie law

The website of the Amsterdam University of the Arts uses cookies. These are small files that are sent with the pages of this website by your browser and are stored on your computer. Cookies enable website owners to remember user preferences and interests based on browsing habits and can be used the next time you visit the same website.

The Amsterdam University of the Arts only uses cookies to improve the site based on visitor statistics. No personal information is collected.

Dutch Cookie law

Since June 2012 a new Telecommunications Act is in force in the Netherlands, obliging every Dutch website to inform visitors about the use of cookies and demanding permission for their use. The Amsterdam University of the Arts aims to satisfy this obligation.

Cookies on the AHK website

The website of the AHK uses the following cookies:

  • First-party cookies
    Just like over 80% of all websites worldwide we make use of Google Analytics to help improve our website for our visitors. The cookie stored on your computer for this is the only one set by the AHK itself. For a similar purpose we use Hotjar.
  • Third-party cookies
    The AHK makes use of a number of external services to share information on our website. Content that is physically published on a different domain is in this case displayed on our website by means of 'embedding'. The external website may store a cookie on your computer.
  • Social media
    If you share a page from our website on a social media platform using one of the share buttons, the social network may store on a cookie on your computer.

Google Analytics

Through our website, a cookie is placed by the U.S. company Google, as part of the "Analytics" service. We use this service to track how visitors use our website. Google may transfer this information to third parties when Google is legally required to, or if third parties process the information on Google's behalf. The Amsterdam University of the Arts has no influence in this. We do not allow Google to use the information obtained for other Google services.

The information gathered by Google is anonymized as much as possible. Your IP address is not explicitly given. The information is stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google adheres to the Safe Harbor Principles, and is affiliated with the Safe Harbor program of the U.S. Department of Commerce. This means that there is an adequate level of protection for the processing of any personal data.

Activating and deactivating cookies

You can disable cookies in your browser. Please note: if you disable cookies or delete them, it is possible that you cannot use all the features of a website.


Last update: 3 December 2012