Educating Abroad uses browser cookies; this means our web servers put small files (the ‘cookies’) onto your computer to collect information as you use the website. What the cookies contain varies depending on the features they are being used for. Cookies enable Educating Abroad to monitor traffic, remember users and their preferences, and provide features to users across multiple web servers.
Types of Cookies We Use
User Interface elements
Cookies that allow us to identify what areas of the website are being visited.
User Identification and Preferences
Cookies that allow us to individualise the site based on the user.
To improve our services, we will run tests that require cookies to direct users to new features and track results.
As we use many servers, we store temporary data in cookies such as a basket of jobs you may apply later.
Settings and identifiers that allow you to revisit the website and have the website recognise you.
Educating Abroad uses services from other companies to help provide our services, some of which require cookies to function.
Generic Cookie Types
Educating Abroad Specific Cookies
Below is a list of specific cookies we use on this website:
Feature Experiment Cookies
These cookies are used as part of our testing of new features on the site. Normally, when doing an “A/B” test of a feature where a cookie is required to tell the web servers if you should see the new feature or not.
These cookies are used to identify incoming traffic from partner websites.
User Interface Cookies
These cookies are used to handle user interface elements that need to persist between pages and visits. For example, we use this sort of cookie to record that you have hidden informational banner messages on certain pages.