General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

(EU) 2016/679 is a regulation in EU law on data protection and privacy for all individuals within the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA). It also addresses the export of personal data outside the EU and EEA. The GDPR aims primarily to give control to citizens and residents over their personal data and to simplify the regulatory environment for international business by unifying the regulation within the EU.

How We Use Your Personal Information – for applicants

  1. What is “personal information”?
    • Who will process my personal information?
      • What personal information will be processed?
        • What is the purpose of information processing?
          • To prevent or detect fraud
          • To help TCMII make reasonable adjustments for any disability requested by you
          • To allow us to consider any future accommodation requirements
          • To provide information required by accreditation officials and/or legislation
          • For research and statistical purposes, but no information which could identify you will be published
           
          • With whom will my personal information be shared?
            • Regional Representatives
            • Your funders and/or potential funders
            • Local authorities for purposes of visa and immigration
            • Accreditation organizations, to assist with research regarding Higher Education
             
            • How is my personal information used if I am accepted?
              • How can I access my personal information?
                • How long is my information kept?
                  • Who may I contact?
                    • How do I complain?
                      • Are changes made to this policy?

                        How We Use Your Personal Information – for students

                        1. What is “personal information”?
                          • Who will process my personal information?
                            • What personal information will be processed?
                                • What is the purpose of information processing?
                                  • To deliver and administer your education, record the details of your studies and determine/confirm your academic achievements
                                  • To retain sample assessment for conducting self-studies and program reviews
                                  • To retain sample assessment to meet accreditation criteria
                                  • Where relevant, to monitor, evaluate and support your research activity
                                  • To administer the financial aspects of your relationship with TCMII and funders
                                  • To deliver facilities to you
                                  • To enable your participation at events, e.g. graduation
                                  • To communicate with you effectively via mail, email and phone, including the distribution of relevant newsletters
                                  • To operate security, governance, disciplinary, complaint, and quality assurance processes
                                  • To support your education, medical, safety, and welfare requirements
                                  • To compile statistics and conduct research for internal and statutory reporting purposes
                                  • To fulfil and monitor our responsibilities for visa, immigration and public safety legislation
                                  • To enable TCMII to contact others in the event of an emergency
                                  • With whom will my personal information be shared?
                                    • Regional Representatives
                                    • Your funders and/or potential funders
                                    • Local authorities for purposes of visa and immigration
                                    • Accreditation organizations, to assist with research regarding Higher Education
                                     
                                  • How is my personal information used after I graduate?
                                    • How can I access my personal information?
                                        • How long is my information kept?
                                          • Who may I contact?
                                            • How do I complain?
                                              • Are changes made to this policy?

                                                How We Use Your Personal Information – for alumni

                                                1. What is “personal information”?
                                                  • Who will process my personal information?
                                                    • What personal information will be processed?
                                                        • What is the purpose of information processing?
                                                          • To retain sample assessment for conducting self-studies and program reviews
                                                          • To retain sample assessment to meet accreditation criteria
                                                          • To enable your participation at events, e.g. graduate seminars
                                                          • To communicate with you effectively via mail, email and phone, including the distribution of relevant newsletters
                                                          • To operate security, governance, disciplinary, complaint, and quality assurance processes
                                                          • To compile statistics and conduct research for internal and statutory reporting purposes
                                                          • To fulfil and monitor our responsibilities for visa, immigration and public safety legislation
                                                          • To enable TCMII to contact others in the event of an emergency
                                                          • With whom will my personal information be shared?
                                                            • Regional Representatives
                                                            • Your funders and/or potential funders
                                                            • Local authorities for purposes of visa and immigration
                                                            • Accreditation organizations, to assist with research regarding Higher Education
                                                             
                                                          • How is my personal information used after I graduate?
                                                            • How can I access my personal information?
                                                                • How long is my information kept?
                                                                  • Who may I contact?
                                                                    • How do I complain?
                                                                      • Are changes made to this policy?

                                                                        How We Use Your Personal Information – for employment applicants and employees

                                                                        1. What is “personal information”?
                                                                          • Who will process my personal information?
                                                                            • What personal information will be processed?
                                                                                • What is the purpose of information processing?
                                                                                  • To prevent or detect fraud
                                                                                  • To help TCMII make reasonable adjustments for any disability requested by you
                                                                                  • To allow us to consider any future accommodation requirements
                                                                                  • To provide information required by accreditation officials and/or legislation
                                                                                  • For research and statistical purposes, but no information which could identify you will be published
                                                                                  • With whom will my personal information be shared?
                                                                                    • Regional Representatives
                                                                                    • Local authorities for purposes of visa and immigration
                                                                                    • Accreditation organizations, to assist with research regarding Higher Education
                                                                                     
                                                                                  • How is my personal information used if I become a member of staff?
                                                                                    • How can I access my personal information?
                                                                                        • How long is my information kept?
                                                                                          • Who may I contact?
                                                                                            • How do I complain?
                                                                                              • Are changes made to this policy?

                                                                                                How We Use Your Personal Information – for donors

                                                                                                This promise outlines the commitment made to alumni, donors and other supporters to ensure our fundraising is legal, open, honest and respectful.

                                                                                                • TCM will comply with the law as it applies to charities and fundraising
                                                                                                • We will respect your rights and privacy
                                                                                                • We will manage our resources responsibly and consider the impact of our fundraising on our donors, supporters and the wider public
                                                                                                • If you are unhappy with anything TCM has done while fundraising, you can contact us to make a complaint. We will listen to feedback and respond appropriately to compliments and criticism we receive
                                                                                                • We will ensure our complaints process is clear and easily accessible