Cookie’s policy


The College of Europe Natolin Campus, with its registered office in Warsaw 02-797 at 84 Nowoursynowska Str., is the operator (further: Operator) of the service (further: Service). The Service obtains information about its users and their behaviour through:

saving cookie files (so-called “Cookies”) on the user device,
collecting security logs by the web server.


We may automatically collect information to help administer, protect, and improve our services. This information may be collected through the use of cookies, as well as part of log files, analytics and web beacons. It may include your IP address, your operating system, your browser activity.

This site is scanned for potential malware and vulnerabilities by the iThemes Site Scanner. We do not send personal information to the scanner. Security logs are retained for 60 days.

Information about some of the user behaviours are subject to log at the server layer. These data are used solely for administering of the Service and to ensure the most efficient use of hosting services provided for it. Browsed resources are identified by the URLs. Additionally, the following data may be collected:

time a request is received,
time a response to a request is sent,
user ID of logged in users,
information about errors that occurred in the realisation of the HTTP transaction,
information about the user’s browser,
user IP address information.

One basic types of cookies are used by the Service – persistent cookies which are stored on the user device for the time specified in the cookie parameters or until the user deletes them.

The software used to browse the web (web browser) usually allows storage of cookies on the user device by default. The user may change these default settings. Web browsers also enable users to delete cookies or automatically block them. For details, see the help section or documentation of the web browser. Restrictions on the use of cookies may affect some of the functionalities available on the websites.


The data is made available to external entities only within the limits permitted by law. The data which would enable an individual person’s identification are made available only upon this person’s consent. The Operator may be obliged to provide information collected by the Service to the authorized authorities to comply with lawful requests and to the extent arising from the request.