Cookies policy

1. What are cookies and why do we use them?

Cookies are pieces of text stored by a website, application or ad that has appeared in your browser or on your device. Like most websites we use cookies to provide you with a better, faster and safer user experience. If you prefer to disable cookies, you can do so by changing the preferences in your Internet browser.

At Europe Language Jobs we use cookies to identify the user and provide a better user experience on our website. 

We also use cookies as: a security measure to avoid fraudulent activities and protect users; to identify the time users connect, in order to understand users’ preferences and thus offer them the best job openings; and to better evaluate web performance and identify any bugs or errors.

The data collected is confidential and will not be shared with third parties. Cookies do not create spam, viruses, or spyware.

Websites use cookies to obtain statistical information in order to understand their users’ behaviour. Cookies are stored on your computer, but they are anonymous and do not track or store personal details.

For more information about cookies:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_cookie


2. What kind of cookies do we use?

  • Per session: They expire when the user closes their browser.

    Permanent: They expire when their purpose has been achieved, e.g. when the user has been identified on the website. These cookies can be deleted manually.

    Cookies can also be classified as:

    • Registration cookies:

    Registration cookies are generated when the user registers or when they log in. These are used to identify the user and to provide a personalised service, with the following goals:

    - Keep the user identified, if the user closes the page, the browser or turns off the computer. This function can be deleted if the user chooses to log out.

    - To make sure the user is authorised to use certain services.

    - Additionally, some services can be connected to a third party such as Facebook, Twitter or Google. When entering from a social network the user will still authorise cookies to identify and guarantee access to the website. The user can delete this cookie through the social network.

    • Analytical cookies:

    Each time the user visits the website an external supplier (such as Google Analytics or others) will generate an analytical cookie. This cookie will identify the user anonymously. The purposes of these cookies are:

    - To anonymously identify the user and therefore assess the amount of visitors and their trends. 

    - To anonymously identify the content that has been visited on a website.

    - To know if the user is new or if it’s a returning visitor to the website.

    Important: The cookie cannot be associated to any personal information that can identify the user, unless the user registers on the website and approves it. These cookies will only be used for statistic purposes and will help optimise the user experience. For more information, please refer to Google Analytics Privacy Policy. 


3. How do I deactivate cookies in my browser?

Most browsers allow the user to choose to accept cookies and which ones to use. These adjustments can be found in the menu of the browser ‘Options’ or ‘Preferences’.

The instructions to configure the cookies:

Firefox: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/
Internet Explorer: http://support.microsoft.com/ph/807/es-es
Safari: http://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201265
Opera: http://help.opera.com/Windows/8.54/es-ES/index.html
Chrome: https://support.google.com/chrome/?hl=en