What is a cookie?
What are pixel tags or web beacons?
It is a web technology that allows to check the use of a website. The data that is collected is anonymous, it is possible to save the IP address or Facebook ID of the visitor. Purpose is to make sure only interested, relevant people will receive commercial messages on the internet and avoid spamming of non-relevant, non-interested people.
The website of Antwerp Management School uses 3 different kinds of cookies. When you use our website, you agree the usage of these cookies. We save your preferences, after which you can continue your session.
- Strictly necessary cookies
These cookies can’t be refused because they are needed to run certain requested functionalities of our website. After your visit to our website they are automatically deleted, execpt for the cookie where your preferences are stored.
- Functional cookies
These cookies save your personal preferences and local surfing behavior through which you get a more personalized user experience. In addition they serve to collect data on web usage and analytics so we can improve the user experience of our website.
- Cookies, pixel tags or web beacons of third parties
Antwerp Management School works together with third parties to provide some features and functionality. It are YouTube-videos, Facebook-links, Twitter-links and other social media.
When cookies, pixel tags or web beacons are accepted, Antwerp Management School can use certain collected data to target commercial messages on it’s own website or the websites of 3rd parties or social media.
More info on the usage of cookies, pixel tags or web beacons
Unfortunately it is impossible to save all your personal preferences through one action on all different computers, smartphones, tablets or internet browsers. We do our best to live by your preferences but it is still possible that an unwanted cookie, pixel tag or web beacon is used.
We advise to check out the website http://www.youronlinechoices.com to imput your preferences considering advertisements. You can also change your cookie-settings through the “Help”-function of your browser.
Following websites also provide more information on how to set your personal private settings in your browser.
For more information on your rights as an internet user in Belgium, you can visit the website of FOD Economie, K.MO., Middenstand en Energie, through the following link: