What is personal data?
Personal data is the information that identifies you, such as your name, address, email, photo or postal address. Your personal data is controlled by Stichting The International School of Amsterdam,
an organization registered in The Netherlands and whose registered office is located at Sportlaan 45, 1180 AX Amstelveen, The Netherlands.
Collection of data
The ISA is a leading world educational institution and personal data supplied by you will only be used to aid ISA in fulfilling its educational mission and goals. We collect and use personal data to provide you with required services which may include: identifying authorized website users for password areas, responding to or fulfilling a request; processing admissions applications and records; maintaining school and administrative data records; processing of financial-related transactions and conducting anonymous statistical analysis of the ISA website and user structure.
The ISA, as an educational institution, may also use your personal data to inform you via email or post about our educational activities and services, unless you have expressly notified The ISA that you do not to wish to receive such information.
ISA will not rent, trade, transfer or sell your personal data to third-parties, and will only share data with third-parties for products or services necessary to assist ISA in meeting it’s organisational objectives. All third-party suppliers are obliged to respect and safeguard the confidentiality and security of your data and will not use your data for any other purposes than what we have agreed with them.
If the personal data that you have provided is incorrect or has changed since you submitted it, we request that you please contact us in writing (or email with the necessary changes) at firstname.lastname@example.org or that you login to the Veracross Portal to directly update your information.
Cookies which are small pieces of information sent from our website to your computer or mobile device and that are stored on your device’s hard drive. Cookies allow us to gather useful information such as the number of visitors to our site, which pages they have been visiting and other technical information that allows us to improve our services.
experience and that by not accepting cookies, this may affect your ability to access certain parts of our website. Information on the cookies used on the ISA website can be found here.
Information you share
The ISA’s online services include the ability to share information with others. Remember that when you enter personal data in the “public” area of the password protected site that data is visible for all users who have been approved and can access the password-protected area.